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Full text of "Figaro (Jan.-June 1874)"

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LADIHb' 

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H.uwork Of all Description, mad. to orda. 
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OKAS. T. BKSGOLD. PBOPBIETOS. 

THE 0BO10EHT HEATS AND 
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FBIDA1' JANUARY 2, 1874 



Special Comj.anle*. ,^^^^— _^_ 

Tbe English nya-em of organlzlog dr»- 
matio companies to play tfaa works of some 
one great dramatist most become as great 
a no.3a_.c- as the "star" system. There are 
already Ciaren BoberUor.- "Oaate" Com- 
pany, specially organized to play the works 
©f the la'e T. W. BoberUun; Biobard 
Tjunge's Comedy Compacy, playing only 
tie pieces of Mr. H.J. Byron; L.J. Bolton's 
mythological and fairy comedies, and a 
company will start in February with Mr* 
Alberry's piaya. Gayler's engagement of 
8blel Barry to play in bis piecta was a very 
weak imitation of ine Engl ah special com' 

pany bnsiness. 

— -♦- 

Not Par Advanced. 

•Where are yon going?" aaid a young 
gentleman to on elderly one In a while oia- 
▼at, wi.om be orertook a few miles from 
Littls Bock. "I am going to heaven, my 
aon. I hare been on tbe way eighteen 
years." "Well, good-ay, old fellow, if you 
hire been traveling toward heaven, eighteen 
yean, and got no nearer to it than Arkan. 
eas, I'll take another route." 

A First-Class Lady's Maid. 

Punch baa bit at the domestic service 
question in the following tquib: "Lady's 
oaaid — 'Please, ma'am, I wish lo resign.' 
Lady— 'Why, Parker? Y-u oame here only 
yesterday.' L.dy's maid— 'I've been look" 
ing over yonr drawers, ma'am, and find your 
things are not np to tbe mark, and wouldn't 
do me credit." 



A Developed Woman. 

Her name is JeiuBhaAon Taylor, and 
when she lirel dowj in Ma?saohutti she 
need to faint at the eight of a mouse. Since 
she moved to Kansas she is biave enough to 
ride thirteen miles on horseback in the 
dark to see the circaa. Aid yet tbey say 
oar Amex:o*n women have nothing to bring 
out tbeir latent traits of character! 



The Variety Theatre of Berlin has intro- 
duced a novelty. Selections from operas 
and choruses aro sung by 14 persons, each 
wearing a costume of a different nation. The 
offset is singular. 

Oyatera. 

In etroiiir b. round the other night, 

To look at 'fnaco by gas light, 

unr careless rest, br ohanoe did stray 

To wbere a fountain's ceaseless play 

Of sparkling waters, made a screen 

T -ironch which a sweet bouquet was seen ; 

While moBsy atone and pearly shell, 

O'er which the waters softly fell. 

Made that wtneow feem to be 

■Some fairy grotto of the sea. 

Stop," said say friend, "lef e go In here . 
It loon ao nloe — and try their cheer.". 
"All right," I said, "I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
Bo sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish— 
Bfcid they had almost toy dish 
That we mlgnt name. We found it true, 
And cooked maon-fx-niiy, too; 
All kinds of oysters, juicy, fat. 
Docked every style; Just thin* of that, 
And if your mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam sand cubs sad terrapins ; 
In tact, ve found they bad within 
That cosy place oft kinds of gime. 
Fish, fiosh or fowl which wo oor.id name. 
While every dish was, I *._. soia, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
Tbe ladles, too, have kmnd, 'twould seem, 
That they hava hers the best loe cream; 
6w here they flock, the little elnners. 
To get what they call **such nice dinners,** 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty -seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster House. 837 Bush street, above 
H j3igomery; open Day and Night. 

OHABLBfl HAAKE. Proprietor. 

The Art of Diuclng and X)c- 

portment. 

T ioae w >o appreciate culture wlH be glad to 

irn that Professor 0. H. taster baa opened 

zjl academy for the purpose (ft ashing, not 

only dancing, but those graces of deportxeot 

without which no one can shine in Boclety. Prof. 

Le&ter Is a thorough master of his art, one of 

tbe best on tbls side of the Rooky Mountains. 

Classes are held at Grand Oettral Hall en the 

corzer of Sixth and Maaktt Ltreets on Mondays 

and ThuTBdays. 

1*7010 Panic ts over 

Sat It baa left It's effects U th« cre-t depres- 
sion In bntlnesd throughout t_e?a' 1 ruSt t-i 
California with It , cia currency bee eat aped 
entirely and the conn qienco U tiat maoy 
etticgera Ircm the East a:e pen walking oar 
street-, who fl'id t e clluv-ts oalahrl .a. and 
fiaances ia hea thy condition. Thy also nnd 
that livieg is ch<ap« here for praof of which 
got> L ui_ Meyei's Wh'te Hmse Besrsarant 
113 Kearny St near Post where tbe most cholc- 
zueats autl veg'tiblee are s rred In every ftyle; 
and yet the prices a e reasonable. 12-h 



Mr*. J'bn Wood In London. 

The London Hornet tbna com men Is upon 
Mrs. John Wood's performance of Pi-ilippa 
in "The WanderiDg Heir:" In her adver- 
tisement tte Manageress of the Queen's 
says that one of ber objfeta in prcdacing 
.'The Wandering* Heir" is t > pr.iant a bril- 
liant actress in a character worthy of her 
powers; and this joat compliment to Mrs. 
John Wocd exprtseee tbe strength, and the 
euesrss, aid tbe popularity ol tbe play* 
Philippe la a graul part, and Mrs. John 
Wood plays it giaudly. London, havlug 
taken a fanoy to Mrs. John Wo^d in bur. 
leeque, bad no conception of tbe dramatic 
power, exquisite comedy, and brilliant hu" 
mor which thia aotieas bad displayed in 
other cities. Those critics who saw ber 
Georgette in Fernards and ter Phoebe in 
Paul Pry at tbe St. James', two years sgo, 
shrewdly predicted ber fu'ure scccess; but 
even tbty were eetonisbed last Saturday- 
As tte hoyden in act second, the pretended 
boy In act third, and the true loving woman 
of the concluding acts, Mrs. John Wood was 
marvellously perfect. It is not enough to 
say that no other living ac'.reeB could have 
placed bo well; we know of none who have 
played tbe part at all. In ber r* at Philip, a 
—the Pbilirpa of Mr. Bead. 'a story, tbe 
Pbiiippa of Mr. Filde's pictures— stepped 
upon tbe sUge. Now it ia enough to tay 
that London has Been no such tctress since 
__tr_. Jordan or Mrs. Ntibltt. 



Worn Oat. 

Lord Lansdowne was greatly perpl.xed to 
_r>a_-e cut the origin of tbe woid blackguard- 
He bad Leard that it w,.s from a guard of 
soldiea in blsck, who attended st the exe- 
cution of Charles 1* but Lansdowne be- 
lieved it was'iD use previous to ibat time; 
and, betides, it did not appear that any suoh 
circumstance took place. Ko matter when 
or in what cireomstacce tbe word orig 1 " 
nated, it is evident that Ben Bu'ler will 
so thoroughly exhaust its vitality that it 
will die with him. 



Not Successes* 

MiBS IS r ad Ion and Cbaiies Ee.de gave the 
dramatic critics of London employment re. 
ceotlyon new plays brought oat the same 
night, — Miss Braddon's four-act drama call- 
ed "Griselda," Mr. Beade's dramatio version 
of "The Wandering Heir." Thsy both get 
scant praise; so that there is littls hope that 
ttey will stop writing books for the sake 
of greater emoluments in tbe theatre. 



Carton i Coincidence. 

A gentleman who rather BtiBpected Borne 
one was peeping through the keyhole of his 
office door, investigated* with a syringe 
full if papper.auce, and went home to find 
his wife bad been cutting wjod aud a chip 
bad hit her in tbe eye. 



Important to femokers. 

Paw men in San Frtncl co are aware that 
the enterprising firm of IUhn A Haas araem- 
ploying white f jmales labor in the manufac- 
ture of their Cigars. The very best mat rial !e 
us.d la this establishment. 0*11 and convince 
yourself at 773 Market street, between Third & 
Fourth street. Finest brands Havana Cigars 
oanetant'r on hand. U-r 

X>r. Donerty 

Baa devoted els study more particularly to 
chronic and specLno practice, and as such Is 
now tbe most successful of any Physician In 
San FraselKoo. OfBce f519 (Sacramento street, 
corner of Lel&eedorU, a few doors celow What 
Cater Hoof • 



What all Ladles are frond of. 

Ladlea are fond of whetever is elegant and 
luxurious all the world over, and nothing ap- 
peals ro strongly to their dominant passion In 
that respect as a handsome carriage, with sty- 
lish appointments and spirited horses. It is 
not to be wondered at, therefore, that a lady's 
envy is excited at seeing a more wealthy mem- 
ber of her Bex In a beautiful Oljrence, or other 
fsbpicnable vehicle, with a proud, dashln 
team. It Is Important to know that the Occi- 
dental CaTlageB, which are tecond to none In 
elegance, may be used by any lady in the city 
at any hosr for any length of time she may 
desire. This virtually places those who engage 
them on an equal looting with tbe mo6t fortu- 
nate of their sex, aed social harmony is there 
oy establish* u, Orders for these favorite car- 
riages may beleft at the Occidental Hotel, or 
i*. Booton A Son's stables, Nc. 1016 Stockton 
«treei • 

Ladies In the above handsome carriages may 
he seen any time during tbe day lo front of SIS 
Kearny street, near Bush ttreet, waiting (for a 
few momei U) for a dozen or two of those eel- 
ebratad Written Visiting C:rd», so elegantly 
execn'ed by John P. Dwyer. card writer for the 
Grand Hotel. N. B. — Oards written, engraved 
or prltttd Id the Utsst and mott fashlorable 
-tyle, handkerchiefs rnark-.d, ttmoll plates 
neatly cut, and monograms engraved and 
urlnied, 11-x 

War Declared. 

Some people talk of Cuba, 
An1 speak of war with Soaiu, 

Hoping oar soldiers will go forth 
And t»ke tbe Spanish main, ' 

Bat wiser m ?o psrfer to go 
Atid ?«t ao oj rter sUw 

At the Kockanay House on Market itreet , 
So el> p -.nt nnd new. 

Hers at' □ can talk their baBiness 
WbO« heaped id * pile 

Oraters and dfl*-rf nt bind of fish 
Are cook* d la erery ttjls, 
A prvate door od £dd; tirest, 

AdmU lue ladifs ftir 
Woil« the sal^oo for 1 1 "gsnoe 

Makes everjbaif stare. 
For ba*ineu men, and other folks 

It nsver ca b» beat. 
Tbe tomi 16 go' d, the prices low 

At 1004 Market atr*et. 12-i 

in. Kbehnike, Proprietor. 



Really Choice Clffar 
Can cnlv le obtained at the OriettU Cl^ar 
Store, 329 BnahSt. - ppofcit - M r-au'ile Library, 
where tha very hne>t Havana oIjks and Tobao> 
oo ue always on haTjd. 12-d 



Mb. L. Jauj^fttb, TTo. 2*0 Seamy Btroet, 
Mew and Second-Hand Clothing, of all descrip- 
tions, bought and sold. Et>re closed on SaU 
urday until 6 P. M. rs 



Special to Ladles 

For dressmaking In all Its branches and the 
latest styles, call on Mrs. J. J. Walker, at 910 
Post street. Terms reasonable. 3 Oj 



Watjeiies, Jewelry .Etc. 

0' every description, at the very lowest prices 
at 11, A, Oalieniier's K. W. corner of Seoondand 

Miaaion streets. Wstcbes carefallj repaired. 8P 



The Oriental Wine House. 

Q«ntl?men of tiate arc lnvlt:d to visit tbe 
unrivaled and elejta to -tibllehmant, at 227 and 
?29 Bush fit. betareen the Oo-mopolit«a atd 
D al Hstel*. Tte long experlaoce cf the 
proprietor, J. E. R cbirdi, In tie bu^lner, 1- lo 
It elf a g»rat t e of the excellenre of the wines 
and liquors ho di'p-nw.f, tnd although bat 
recently opensd, It already comm*ndatte pat- 
ronage of oar bett olt:z4oa. 12-d 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Six h Grand Annual Ball 



GARIBALDI GUARD 

IN' HONOR OF THE 

Italian Frgate "Garibaldi." 

PLA.Ti*» HALL, 

Saturday Evening, January 3. 

Tld et Mlallllni tirnt cmBQ QD<t X.atl«s, 
One Doilor. 

GRAND MARCH AT S 1 -. O'CLOCK. 
•9- Tbe OansaiitM bare spared no exertions to 
ma** tbleoasol tbe moil pteasaot feetiriti"* of 
n« season, dt3l 



Taxes ! Taxes ! 



LAST WEEK ! 



SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1874, 



Last lOfty 

State, City and County Taxes 
can be received w thout adding 
five (0) per cent, to the amount 
of Taxes. 

A. AUSTIN, 
deso Tax Collector. 



TO CONNOISSEURS!! 
The Celebrated Brand 

....or.... 

CHAMPA GIVE 

CARTE DOR. 



For the Parity of Its qanlltj nnd the 
rlehneaa off lta flavor It la considered 
by Jadgea to be the best Wine la the 
Country, 



For Sale in Quantities to Suit. 

LOCKE & MONTAGUE, 
Sole Agents- for Pacific Coast, 

112 & 114 BATTERY ST. 

Ki\ FRANCISCO. d'J9-2it 



An " Evening at Yosemite," &c. 

WITH J. M. HUTCHINOS, 

THE OLD P10NBBR OF THK VALL^Y-i 
Oesoriptivv L.sctar<*, illaetr.ied with illumi- 
nated PbotogTBPbs, eigbteec feetflnare, 

TUESDAY fllD THURSDAY IVr.MNGS, 

AT BIGHT O'CLOCK. 

AND MATINEE ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON, 

AT HALF-PAST TWO O'CLOCK. 

A very rar« and attractive Ent«rtaiiimen* — com- 
meDcng Tneediy, Duutrsbir 30ih, io tbe Hall of 
toe Yjung Men't. Cbrutiaa Aaeuoiatiou, Sntfeix 
street. at24 lw 



PACIFIC 

TEA COMPANY 

STILL [AHEAD ! 

5,000 Boxes 
NEW CROP JAPAN TEA. 

From 81. GO to S3,O0> Per Box. 

600 Chests Extra Choice 

NEW CROP JAPAN, 
Id Balk 80c Per Poaod, 

We are sow introdnolag oar NKW BRAND TEA, 

FLOWERY FRAGRANCE 

OOe Per Poantl. 

9 PoandsBest Cat Loaf Sugar %|FA 

13 rounds Best Head Rice $1 

Beat Adamantine Candles. .$3 per Box 
5 cans Beat Baltimore Oysters. 91 

Oara is THE ONLY PLACE TO GET PURE 
BPIi'ES. Call and see a* at once. We have ■□ 
immeQfle atook and are s> lliog aaioniibiDgl; low. 

MURPHY - BROS., 

769 and 76 I Market St, 



HOT DRINKS 

....FOB... 

Winter _Weather. 
sack;, posset t, 

MILLED tllNJCS, £11. 

SPIERS & POND, 

422 SACRAMENTO STKEET, 

(One Door b Uw SanBom*.) 

I-.TJ3>ff CH. 

A NEW BILL OF FARE r VHEY DAY. 



A FOPllAB WRITER 

On GutroDomT, 

Three Hnndred and TwriTt Bltti of Fare 

Oaloolated to rseet tbe w*. t< of 

ONE THOUSAND PERSONS, 

Who may therefore ba certain of s different pro- 
gramme for 

EVERY BAY IN TEK YEAR. 

Soup, Fl^h, Entrees, Joints, etc., 

At eleven o'clock precistlj". 

41» Sacramento btreet, one dcor below Saa&ome 

deS-Lio 



"THE VILLA," 

At tbe New 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tbe Bnildiog baling joat been completed, ia 
sow thrown open to 'be publ c. Tbe boaaeia ele- 
lanttr lnrniBbed, aid has 

jFour J?TAl>lic Parlors, 

— AKI>— 

Ten Private Diuing Rooms, 

The wholebeiDRbnilf.net like a public hotel 
bat 48 it ie named. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"Tbe Villa" io located at tbe laat or north-west- 
ern gate ot the Park. 

Epicurean Breakfasts. Dinners and Sappers 
prepared on tbeaborteet notice. 

GUDIO MANGEftBERG & CO., 

PBOPKIKTOBa. jj-10 



14 Oeary -Street, near Kearny. 




DEPOT OF WHVAND * KiSOHES 

BAY BREWERY BEER. 

& Cente u Gii.it. 

nolfl-tf OHBJB FELDMANH. 




TAXES! TAXES!! 

18T3-74. 

VOTICE IS HKKEAIX OIVKH / 

thai a cotaptete eertlfled copy of the 
Atiei.mei t Buok of tbe Taxable Prop 
erty of the Clt j and Coanty of Ham Fran, 
clico (EFAL ESTATE and PEB80AA& 
PBOPEB1T) for the fiscal year 18TS- 
14 al o theAne>imeot npoa lands beac« 
fitted by opening of Montgomery Ave. 
nar, levied for pajment of Interest npei 
"Man! gontery Avesae Bond- ,'* have 
this day been received; that tbe 
State, City and Coanty Tuxes for said 
Fiscal Year arc n. w dar - ad paynbte at 
the Office ol the ander*lgt>id (Hvnm N». 
I Clt} Hall), uad that tbe laws In regard 
to their collection will be strictly en* 
forced 

T»xe» Will become Dr.LI'.Ql T E:.Tot 
tbe FIRST M«M)A 1 la January. 
1874, and nnlesspald prior thereto, (We 
per cent- will be added t« the mbumi 
thereof. 

Saa Francisco, Beecaaber IS, 1878. 

A. AUSTIN. 

Tax Collector of the Oitj and Ooantr of Baa 
Francisco. o27td 



TO TAXPAYERS 



fTlHG DELAY, CCMVC6ION AND AN- 
noyance expeilenecd by yon daring 
tbe last week ar two prior to Taxes be- 
comlng- dellncinent, is occaaioned by yoar 
own proerastlnofloa In pteearlng; yoar 
Tax Bills. 

To avoid thli, famish tbe office with 
memoranda of yonr property, which earn 
be done Ihroni-h the Post Offlee, If mora 
convenient, and yonr bills will be made 
ont and ready for yon when yon call, 
or, If yon so reqneaf, sent to yonr ad* 
dress. 

This being done, examine yoar bills, 
and if found correct, enclose check 
drawn to order, and when collected, re- 
ceipted bills will be sent to yon. By 
d ilng; this yon will greatly fueUltate 
business In the Tax Collector's Ofi.Cn 
and save yonr own time* 

Until farther nuttce, the office will be 
open tf» receive Toxei EVKEI SAT- 
CKDAT EVENING, from Tf until 9 
o'clock, for the convenience of those 
whose time Is occupied during the day. 

Taxes remaining unpaid on the FIRST 
MONDAY IN JAXIAET, 1*?74, will 
be delinquent, and Five per cent, in ac- 
cordance 'with law will be added thereto. 
Bespectfally, 

A. AUSTIN, Tax Collector. 

San Francisco, Nov. SI, 1878, n96 



ART ASSOCIATION. 

OPENING OF 

WINTER EXHIBITION. 



THE GALLERY OF THE SAN FRANOISOO 
Art Association. SI 3 HNE STRF.E r, l fl now 
oppn to the potli; diili, fi\,nilO A. il to 5 P.M., 
and from ~ to 10 p. m. 

A eplendid ecl eolieo of 

CASTS FROM THE ANTIQUE 

I" on exhibition for the flnt time, embracing raaoy 
of tbe most famon? Greek otuaea and Poribeoon 
Fritzs Relievos. Ateo mors tban 

One Ifnndred Original Oil Paletlnna, 

Ioclodiog the celebrated picture br Jacobs, of 

"SAMSON AND DELILAH," 

Season tioketa. admit t-ng gin tlemsn and lartv, $3 
birgls admluioo. 60 oeots. d!6-tf 



TURF GALLERY STABLE. 

CRirTENDRN 4 DALTOX. Proprletora, 

SOB Sutter street ..Nrar Kearny 

SAN KRANCISOO. 

Orders I. eft nt the "fiBee of the Grucd 

BoUl Promptlj mtenard to 

OAlS-tf 



BetnembfT the place to boy flri'-cliB8 barter, 
eggs and cheese, u Ro. 72 and T3 California 
Market. 12v 



GT,OVHS-Oleanaed and djed by i new prooess, 
i>. (HTOW i. 25 Post BU;-. Ss 



Carls, SvritcheB, end Wi« etc., made ftslisb 
ssd cheap st Hair store 830 Washington street, 
Country orders altandeiS to. 



rfrostt and Sweet. 

For the best confectionery, ft to Oantj and 
Wagner's. 107 Meatgomenr St. near Batter. Tf 



GOOD 'NEWS.- 

FOR THE JOLIDAYS. 

-A-T THE 

Boston Cracker Bakery^ 

Where can be oblslacd the BEST 

CAKES, CRACKERS, Etc. 

For Christmas. 

Tne Terr baat FRDlr CAKE 3S cip. per pound. 

J. a. CLAKK, 
No. 88 Geirj St., betwMn Kearor icd Dacoct. 
deLS-jtl 



CEORCE B. AUSTIN 



Depot of the Celebruted Chicago Beer, 

No. 623 Sacramento St , 

Where b« would be n'eaBPd to mest bis friends 
and tU- public g avr.ll;. A good lonob w. 11 al- 
ways bs pre vidt-'i . 

CLAM • HOW»KB ETtEY DAT. 

The bett Wmea and Liquors dispensed. A 

rTJEUBJra AND EASY 

Every Setorday nlgbt in connection with thiae;- 

tablisbment. A Br -t-oi ass Pianist eogagtd. 

del-In 



THE OLD 

Hot sooton, 

IS Morion Street, aear Keamr. 

A.11 Dr-iiiics Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

d(B V. 8. WA1DEOH. Pioorl«tor. 



California Ahead of the World 

™ 

W00LENJ00DS. 

TOE UNDERSIGNED IB IN RECEIPT OF 
Blaiket*. flannels, Horse-Bl take ting, etc. 
direct from tbe Millf, sod will sell in lots to suit 
Depot, €8 New Montgomery- street: 
ne2S-8 < n GEO. M. MAIN, Agent. 




IRSTPREMIUM AWARDER 

X>r. HENLEY'S 




At the State Fair, Sept. 1873 

THE OJLI BELIABUS TOKie 

AND RECUPtRiTDP, DON'T BE MISLEAD BY 

LONG AND POMPOUS ADVERTISEMENTS, 

BUT USE THE LONG-TRIED AND ONLY 

Sure Invigorator 

KNOWN, THE UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS 

AND IMMENSE SALE OF WHICH, FDR 

THE LAST FIVE YEARS, PROVES 

IT TO BE Tiff 

KING OF ALL TONICS. 

Read Physicians' certificate attached to eaob 
bottle. Ex mine swornstatameotJ of onres effect- 
ed, on til - at i hu otBoe. 

For sale by all Druggists and Liquor Dealers. 
M. EPSTEIJi *fc CO., So.e Prsprletors, 
5 1 8 Front Bt-rteL ooll 



MILITARY COODS 

....AJTD. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRIC!! 
TRIMIulNGS, 

315 aionlgooaery street, Eoo« No. a. 
nhU tf T. B0DGER8 JOHNSON- 



319 BUSH STREET, 

ALHAMBRA HOUSE. 



looated, oear ali tee p'iocip&l iiotelv 

Restanraot and places ot AinnseooeDt, 

Strangers can and good, comfortable, pleas- 

ntond elegant rooms atren'onable prioee. 

oc24-tf 



CANDIES. 

ALL KTNDH OB THE FINEST OANDv 
made at on? Steam Ossdy Faotory dsllr. All 
orders, especially from tbe oomntty, are solicited 
»d will be promptly attended as. _____ 

OANTY A WAORBL 
aual5 1«T Mootaomsry st, nenr Bsttst 



iiMi«r% 



tVlrgr. 



I • J I K) I T » T I E 1 

■ • 




CANARY BIRDS ' 
C1V4BT HUH 

mm ww mn mm. 



• »■ ruMiur, rniDAT. jm art t. unt 



V«L SIX. *. I 



WHAT IS THE HATTER 



Jk.T Tl 



People's Palace 



Bao Sunday's "Call" 



FOR REVCLATION8 



lYEBi tkcej oriEA" 
*** COMMISSION HOUSE 



TH1ATBI. 

• — *3p 



1LEES0N & FELL, 

I1V A FIX 



.^.T- 






Ill and 913 Market Street. 



Between Fifth and Sixth. 



rf-*» -—-»-— «.-«*-w^^ 



CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 

BBNBFIT OF BILLY MANNIWQ. 

raw imm ■■■-■■ ■■■■■— jawoakt t 

OIIA^U FII18T PAI1T. 

I Hiirm IR1IRIIHITIII 

"*• UKjirat 

■murium . . mil) kUKiH*!. 

?■■ »!»•. »T aomiR wini 

BILLY «W»AT1IAM 

Haiti ba*.» ii. i 

HMU RAILR04D BXPLUBIOM 

• ■■B1IIII iiiHrnn 

3Ei 3E5 33 3E3~C O AT J A XV~J3^ 

W1I.III »»» in I 



Zaa. Zlor Bucaset of Boii(a «ucl Chun 

ORIGINAL DUTCH 80NC9, DANCES AND 8AYINC8. 





TBI WuKCEH I'L PIKFOHMlM'l Of 

SEBCRIST AND ZANFR1TTA TROUPE 1 

Wltb. Tliclr w onderful Coca. 
Taw Farformaooe will ooaclud* with th*2-Ait Drama cl 

LAND AS IT WAS 

JI-DT O'TKOT MIlS HOI.MF. WII.I.IAMO 

HONOR O'OABOLAN MIB9 NELLIK W AT II H III 1. 1. 

FLORENOK O'OAROLAIf HISS I.'EBGRLB 

RAGGRD PAT '. BILLV SWKAIMM 

DAB 001R0LAN « >(td Irilkmu C0» MURPHY 

ITI1L OOAROLAN bn too CHARLEY REBD 

O0KHOR O'FLAHBRTT J.dj'a loo JOHNS Y RIO£ 

MOKS. V lYAOB Lord Sno.od.r MISS KLLA WBSNBB 

ould siiroNi •> Ann..: qborob s. KNioar 

8LAN0 aOooklir BIl.l.Y WELCH 

LATT0OH D. J. SHERWOOD 

MAGISTRATE R. 0. HARSH 

Boldl.rf, P.m.du, •to. 



BUCKLEY'S new VARIETIES 

■ • ~»~~ a.. . mi r .. . 

MAMMOTH PROCRAMME 

WOIATUn IIOIjIUATa, 

DOrBLE VARIETY COMBIMATIOW. 
l*iri«ob Llomiilful L.M<1l»a 

I. Art., MirW. «.»•• T.AAm. TlvoMA, •«« . 

nm.T iint.i.k.aiitT ■itiatimsa 
CIBl ASM t\ Bl tTI MAKT t 

TMU EVKMIKU JANUARY • 

Tb- Tr ot I* win Oaaia n aaa 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG AND FIJI 

rialaaLtu wilt Ma TAHITI a aLX AftOU«aV 



H.II.4 

N*tt| l>ppi(|i 

■ ^-•■1 Hit* 

* ■«■ Daw- 



MTU* Ml. ark.* 

n«««M Mwrtaa. 

• «•!•• I»»llf| 

Walaat r«wa* 
M (fir an. * ,.,, 



UBEYINO ORDERS. 

r Merilaaera Oawrga f««*f AaaV.. 



■ •Ila« 

•»•*» • ad a*wa«« 

TcpalrkfrrAi , 

<••■.• l-aaaj.... 

•*■»*■* a P fti B |iip< ... 



.. II//H MABMOa 

!-•■■. IHa.B 

■•ilia Lar*raa« 

ar «avi*> ■*"-•***■«> 
r»>»r Was a law 

H •«-!■» tlowow- 



• His- • ••■•»*■ 



r>ifr Du«t.. 
•••» 



GHOSTLY VISITATIONS A LA FOSTl] 



Fur** Din. 



A«a 



AlKUNlTir TKATM .I.KVN imWKI.Lt 

How* •»..! I. on DtiM 

Doabif PolhA .. Wabiaw ■■»«« H'li* nu>r>« 

l*-ll..d . M*lllr 1 .aPwrret 

OOMIO NOMQ4 LIT,/,l» HAKMUR 

*»oa> «*>«r«a fwalvw- 



To conclud* with t •eTurklabr-it »aisu entitled Taa 

CIRCASSIAN SLAVE MART 



DUmooil 

P.erl-of-Prtce .. 

''bartr.^htld 

H«r«-»i)il-tliar«| 
lApdracoD.. 



OiroaMlaa Baaatla* 



,...mH!»iM rn. iiiiir 
M'llt HlADChtJ 

..l-O"!"* ^aDl*r■ 

ZidU Z«laa 

..Lort Aim* 



M«id> of Uooor | «a«g.a Braw.r 

Alli-PActi*.. ttia Graai H. D»ro f 

H*Kl»TjB....ViBirr Uni-hii Morton 

lUr.ino rh'».oAlohlld..lolo*« witti Prttlt-lgi.. K. Morlimor* 
Jobtltalbaadaroload, with ioiei and diu«n... .N*d BaokUy 
B wilrin« L«fin KtmwilU 

8SiSS:-l °"-« " "■• ■'••'" l:::::::::.-.:^S55S 

OlrCMSiAOi, Bn'dlarf, Fi'ooIiodiii. »tc.. '■oDOladioc wtlU a 
KKlI. HAIKU C&WAUR, 






■ c Muut.L, i.oiiemtt ■•tram. 

fcCIFIC HOUSE, 
LYMPIC HOUSE, 



Cor. af OoaMrtUl 

A IAedaadoraT «i». 

Kaa r ay slraat, oj»- 

poalta Cha Plaatt 

BALbTON A OOTBKIJU 



A 

great 

TBriety 

of 



$m$$ 




£r.ii$$ 



great 



At the I X L ATJCTI9N STORE, No. 61H antl 050 KBARNT STREET, cor. Commercl-I. 



COME ONE! COME ALL! 

'PO THK OPPOSITIOt PHOTOGRAPH OAL- 
I leby, Ofti Hmraetitraat. TO* tlaaat flol*ttaa 
Rembraii.Jt o»rd#. f2 oar docao : Oatiinal, S4 par 
doEOD. Glra o» a onl] and w« ara anra toplaaaa 
you. W. D, OYER And O^URGK R WIlIriCAra 
t.ba wall-Vnown and popular oparatorfl, »ml .1. R. 
W.LTj'iUG IBV.Prnoriatrtr. noS^-liaJp 



ALIFORNIA THEATRE 



f" MoOullodob Proprlator and Manas >r 

atom Hux ... Acting Hanagar 



?hird Opera Night. 



BU1VDA.Y EVENING, 

HMUART 4 1814 



i 



Ormd (Jpna In 8 Acta 

Hi 1H 



: 



iTOEIZIA 



i 



INEZ FABBRI 

h«r Great Character of Luorezia Borgia. 

METRO BACCEX, 

GENNAKO 






:L0 OBLAKBINI 

AS DOM AL70SZ0. DUKB OF FEBBABa 

In htr ohArmlog oh>r»ct« of OBBIMI. 



£>!■ CHORUS AMD ORCHESTRA. 



»idnctor..Prof. MULDEH FABBRI 

PRICES OF ADMISSION 



In Orele*»d Orchestra 



at do 

...SO Cento Extra 
.-'.'.* «• Call 



- KOMU 

I OA> 60 ^orrt^auojdoj^^d 8o»OAf Iroa 10 A. H . 




IUTZ. Bnalnesa lanager 



r a z-a 
O - ta 

2 ■*■«■ 



tt 



ESICSo-ELT^K" 

Single Outside Rooms, 

— — with 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair M.ittrasaes, 

AT THE 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

AAA AANSOME STXEF.T. COB. ILAT, 

I*llTty Cents per saig-tot 
And Less t>y the Week. 



<rajsr 



Apr-J8 



.IiXi NIGHT 

L. I, EWELL, Proprietor, 




A NEW HAT STORE 

On Montgomery St. 

NORIEGA' BR Jl, 
PRACTICAL 

HATTERS 

528 Montgomery St.. Near Clay, 

* AN FRANCISCO. 

WE WODLD RESPBOrFULLV INFORM THE PQBLIO 
*-bd our aamurou* rntionn tout •».• bttvd epi' pd oar new 
aod *?Iauaot ator« oo Montqomebt Sthkkt. nawr Clay, wbero 
we willuobatantly keep on band llio FINtiS'' A8SORIMENI 
o( HATS anil OAP.S evaroffi" d to tbe oiuz-ua of toe Paolflo 
Uo&l, unrtotiirl-i-n whiob will defy oorap*' Ifoo . 

We are *\ o prepared to make to order all the LATEST Sttleb 
or tlatu Jin J «ihpb on nhort toili'i. 

CLEANING «nd REPAIRING neatlir ftnd prom rttlroxnonted. 

N. B. We will mill cootlnDB onr Btorfl Rt tbe "Id Ftand. Na 
920 Doyont struct, wbere Oan be fonn i our tltnt.1 good nsinrb- 
muut of itofid^, and com on tent ha it re to nlt'nd in tho wnntl 
of oastomera dealing there. N»VIEMA BROS. 



ALL iint. 
ThatGorgeous Furniture 



....FOB TOE.. 



JZ»J*.<3XF*T<D 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



J. P. B0GAR1)US, Publishei. 



THE ONLY HOUSE IN THE CITI WHERE THE ORIGINAL 
"GRAND DUKE ALEXIS TIES" CAN BE FOUND! 

Also the Largest. 

CHEAPEST AND BEST 

SELECTED STOCK 

'....of....: 

Cents'. Ladles'. (Misses', 

Children's and Infants' 

BOOTS AND SHOES 

ETER OFFERED • 

In San Francisco. 

BEERS A: MAYNARD, 

No. 238 Kearny Street. 




HOLIDAYS 
HAS ARRIVED. 

OOlVXli: audSBB IT. 
CALIFORNIA 

Furniture Manf ' g Co. 

220 to 226 BUSH ST. 

dilX-lm __, 

S. F. ma IN. P. B. R. Co. 
CHANCE OF TriVIE. 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO TH| GEYSERS. 

ONANT>AFTFR JUNK 1. 1878. THK STRAU- 
or AiVTELOPK. cnnotctirnt at Donaona L*od ■ 
Ingwttb tba San Franoleoo A North Pr«iflo Rail- 
road Uompnoy for Oloverdale and all 1 n termed Ut 
atatlona, will leave Ban Pjaoclnco dai-r (Haodajt. 
sxeDted),fromPrODtatraet Wharf, at J:3(t P.M. R*- 
tnrolDR, tba train will leave Glovardaie daily At 
rt: 0U o'clock A.M , cooDccticn nt DooAnue with tba 
at6\m«rand arriving in ban Ftaauiico at 11:00 A.H. 
Toe ataamers and oars mile olose oo&nactlooa 
with atagea tn aad frmu all point". 

No more KUNDaV KXUUK-SION5 antil far- 
ther DOtiOB. 

On and after MONDAY Daoambar laM'Staamar 
ANltL'JPJi will laavo Front-Uroet wharf at t 
p. M Train arriving at Oloverdale At 7: i»P. at. 

mr For ill information apply at the Oompauy's 
oOo". AJM MeBtaoaaan atreeL 

aplS PETKR DONAHUE. Preaidant. 



SAN 



BATHS 



FRANCISCO 

A»D 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

CDC WASHHIOTON L ... 

OOO b.i.w !•««. Psion . 

RtOUOKB. B*;ta, V, 01U. ' 
8b.rio.. 25 MtA rUlr OaU 

tlor, » craU, 8h.«p««B., K 

Mots. MMiwUd bauu. max QBur. 



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a< JF a ZC3-'<A.JFL< 



JOOSNAL OF AMUSEMENTS. 



»ti«l ererr D»j to the Year by 
J. P. BOOASDUB 



• ■• W«reh««t •«, SU WaiUutm «■• 
Below Montgomery. Bu Traooiaoo. 



FRIDAY JANDABY 2, 1871 

AMUSEMKNTS, Elc. 

California The aire. 

This tbettra wsa crowded yesterday afternooD 
and feT. o ne. and the bri!iiaoti)er(oriiiiaafl of "Tee 
^ T »t»d Qio.a" exoited general aJaiira'ior. Iha 
■•wipC*" ltie8 °* 'h* P.»« deOlochui-, P*b deB-- 
q-.et. p«.f*r*t£??» °* Harr * Cll,k « antl M '"« 
Laora, and tha Obampagns Oborsa, wore all wel 1 
received. Tbe mme bill will be perforated to- 
night, it (he matinee to-morrow and to-morrow 
•veaiDg. 

Opera Boaie. 

A eplacdid perl- nnanoe w-e g v-u by tte oomrdj 
oo to pan; at tbia nous . I . t tV-ato^- Mtei Jtnn ♦ 
Lee, J. P. Burnett, Mia r.nry Yoaosr, H. d. 

Thompson ■ndotbf r« t>ll played tbeir parte to per- 
fect ion. 1 bee' me bill wi 1 be presented tc-alghr. 
To-mort-oweveDingGuo-ge Fawcet Rowe'a adap- 
tation of D aktn'iVJV-lol Duvid Uopportield, en- 
titled "rticawb-r v* Heap" will be presented in 
conjbnotion wilb '-o play of "Beau tllol Forever. ' 
Tbe u:n%\ maticie performance w.llbe given to- 
moirow. 
Alhambra Theatre. 

Tbere waa a large attendance at tbie bouse bath 
at matinee and etenirg performance yesterday, 
ana everyone waedellgbted with tbe entertai - 
tnent offered. To-night, for benefit of BtlW Man 
nmg. tbe favorite minstrel, a great bill will bo pre - 
aenled. Tbe SiegHst tronpi\ Ella Wesner, Geor„e 
Knight and tbe « bole oompiny will appear In tb« 
programme published on oar flrat pag*, and tbe 
perform tnoe mil conclude with the two-act drama 
of "Ireland as it was," t or which Miss Mollle Will-, 
iame has volunteered, to appear as Judy O'Trot 
Kiss Nellie Wetherlll as Honor O'Oerdan, and 
Mi s' F. fiberle aa Florence O'Oarolao ; Oon Mnrphy 
will play Dan O'Oarolan. and Billy Sweatnara will 
appear in bis (trait cbaracteriittioo of Ra g d 
P.t. Tbe usual rdatinee performance will be JWen 
to-morrow. 
Opera Night— California Theatre. 

Neat Sunday, the Fetbri Trcn^e will perform 
"Luor.zis Borgia" at the Onliloraii 1 heatre. The 
east ii given oo ourflrat page. 
Bella In Ion. 
Theholidai piece entitle* "Ibe Faya" will b* 
etaiaed on tbe bill fot some time to coma. It 
will b* performed to-night la conjunction with a 
new variety entertainment, wbich le puh.ishcd in 
Ju.l oa oor first page. Tbe beautiful scenery, 
pretty Rlrls, good music and comic Bcenea intro- 
duced in"The Fa»a" make it very popular, 
Buckley's Varieties. 

"The Oiroaetlan Slave Mart" has made one c t 
the greatest hits ever linown at this house, and 
will be played a few nights longer, The fall bill 
is published on our cast page. 
Garibaldi Guard Ball* 

The sixth grand annual bill of tbls ponl&r com- 
pany will boR'Toa at Piatt's II, U on Batqrday 
evening, the offioere ef the Garibaldi Frigate will 
participate in tbe festivities. 

■j*iivMiUAi. MOfeicua,— One of tbe moat 

complete eoileotions of tbe kind in the United 
■ late.), eomprrniog bnndreds of costly and bean- 
lifal wax models, is daily on view (to gentlemee 
■ttly) at tbe Mneenm on Montgomery street. An 
h;nr may be arontablv soent bare. 
Wood-ward's Gardens* 

Tbe attraotiooa oi toe skating pav lion, museum, 
and art gallery, mskean afternoon epent In these 
Gardene pass very pleasant It. 



JBlBppy New Year, 

For Bon Bona and Mcttos f > r your New 
Tear'a t.ble, go to "The Leading Candy 
Btore," George Haae & Co'e. 20 Kearny eteeet, 
near Market. Their display of holiday fancy 
goods will tot -lly eclipse any former exhibition 
of this very popnlar firm. They have alec, im- 
ported the moat elegant a?6t>i toner, t of French 
Candy Boxes and Cornucopias ever seen In this 
eity. • 11-s 

*T. Vogei ey «to tiroa, new Candy 
8.oro. 
At as Seoond street near the Grand Ho;-], ie 
without dou- 1 the most elegant Candy ttore in 
he city, and the crowd cf ladies who patronize 
it opeoly declare their admiration, of the cost y 
and magnifies t appoii tmeLt? of too stcre, and 
praise the quality of the candies sold there. 
The supply of fancy boxes, cornucopias Chi lat- 
mas tree trimmi ps, and French confectionary 
fir the holiday trade will be unrivalled, 12o 

k Woodbine »' 



HAl'STED. 

He ft >'7d by the cattle door alone ; 
Over tie moor tbe winds made moan ; 
LLb. t from pair, ted oriels streamed ; 
Bloom and Ore on the mow-drifts gleaxcedT 
Mofalc trobb- d on tbe bltttr air. 
Triumph chorus and trumptt's blare : 

Only tbrongh It all, 

Like a eplrit'e call, 

Far, tad and low, 

Crept a Htlo voice that said — 

Waa t from the dead ?— 

•• None shall ever love yon, 

None aa I hare loved yon 1 
Faiewcll ; I go." 

811k and Jewels and ratfn bhecn 
R b-4 bte bride like an A<lao qaecn ; 
Gold hath no glitter like her hatr ; 
Her sapphire eyes are pait compare ; 
Her voloe ie clear as a w;dd ng bell. 
Somewhat 3:ft-?n«d hit love t j tell ; 

Only overall 

Creeps tDe iitUe call. 

Far, sad and low, 

A<lr once f )r life t fle.d, 

Wow forever fl<?d ; 

" Non? shall ever 1 .ve\ 

None as I have loved 3 o j I 
Farewell ; I go." 

No more qtare in the purple ekleE ; 
Only lender and mournful eyes, 
Loup, long loos? oi wan dtspalr, 
Hanoi ed his vision everywhere ; 
By wooded mountain or moaning sea 
From voice and presence he could not fl.-e ; 
In the arms of love and the hutsh of prayer. 
The sime tt aln whlepered everywhere: 

" Hear above it all 

My forsaken call.! 

Once a living -woman said, ' 

Though her ,'lfe was Bed, 

None shall ever love y a, 

None a* I have lovi d yon 1 
Farewell I go 1" 



The Bars or the Belle. 

Bleel bars, vre learn from a scientific jour- 
nal, are to beusad hereafter in eome \oaal- 
itie* in place of belle. "They produce a 
pure, distinct and melodious sound, and are 
eaid to be cheaper, lighter, and are not bo 
liable to crack, aB bella." We can think of 
but one objtdion to this. It will sound 
dreadfully ia poetry to aay, "Bing'out, wild 
1 avs, to the Wil-1 skies." Or, "Listen to tbe 
n«rry, merry bard!" "The sleigh-bars 
Bound across the enow." "Toll tbe bars 
his warfare's o'er." "Tbe chuich-bar tolls 
the knel of -parting day," etc., etc Equally 
inoonveuient will it.be to have to Bay, "Mary 
Jane, ring tbe dinner bar; etc, etc. The use 
of. the Woid bar in the latter connection 
might convey to the mihd of an uosophi-.ti. 
oated visitor that there wts a grog-shop in 
the house. We a Lull stick to the bells for the 
present, we think. The oew arrangement is 
somewhat too bar-bar-ons! 



Oo W nere tlio 
Twlnotb 

And partake <t the luxuries t? be fonnd 
there. The be t of seasonable hot ponchos 
of all Ml da. "wondetful" loccl ea every day 
and nlfcht Private parlors, gentlemany treat- 
ment by tje p-oprktor of the "Wcodblnr," 
Geo. Collin, No, 1 Morton ttrett, one door 
from the great thoroughfare— Kearny street. 

Calll . 13bh 

Asa Xj Waugaman'd New 8n- 
loon, 

Corner of Hal?eck and Le!deec"orff street?. 
Large and commodious saloon, cei t ally loca- 
tad, with ante-room*, supplied with the best 
brands of Liquors and CUare; bouLt;oua hot 
lnnch— his gre»t*speolalfcy— feived from 11 a. 
m. t>2 p.m , and acol'i lunch afterwards. Drop 
In acd "ba satl^fled." 12bh 



n. Fes>ier, 71l> Mantaroinery Street, 

Wishes t"> Inform his friends and customers 
that he has removed back again o his old 
stand, has enlarged his btore, and has on hand 
the ohrapett aid finest stock of Man's, YoutVa 
and Boy's Clothing ever openec. In this city; and 
&180, a fine et^k of Men's and Boy's Furnishing 
Goods. Don't forgd the number. Call before 
examining elsewhere. lix 



I>0 Ho* Suffer from Coins, 

The un auate eufferers from Oerns, Bun- 
lonfl. Club and Ingrowing Nails, can And Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, 310 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 pjc We 
*"**£ from experience, having tef ted the Doc- 
ter'B ctpil. : - Bafer»"«ee «iveo IfreQuired. h 



Thirteen Years Established, not Rich 
Yet* Why s 

BsoauBenoexbnrbitant profit) are made at t 
grocery bouse of B. Sbarboro & Bro., 531 Washirg- 

■■■aaflralBafl 



tH 



The Young Main from the East, 
" I'm a stranger in this city, 
I'm latOy irom the £ast, 
Alo" o;igh«y fond of oyi»ter.* ; 
Whtre can I gtt a feast ? 
I've be<n to all ihe reataurants, 
Bnl now litre could I find, 
A plate ef Eastern oyttexs, 
Of Ihe old-fashioned kind." 

« Well, I can tell yon," said his friend, 

"Exaotly where to go, 

And where to get your oysters. 

Direct from where they stow. 

Just take a stroll down FINE STREET, 

At 410. below the Market. 

Ton'U tee a sign. 'TBE SADDLE BOCK,' 

You can't fall to remark it. 

11 Emerson Corvllle keeps the place, 
'J he best saloon in town, 
T li- r ■ you can get your oysters raw, 
Or filed so crisp and brown. 
He's the 1 -rgett oyster dealer 
On ih" Pacific Ooatt. 
And that he keeps the freshest 
Has ever been -his boast. 

" Hfe'^ not nice little private rooms, 
Wbere ton oan tit at ease, 
And eat jour California stew, 
Or Easter n'lf yru please. 
a i tbe young wen of fsr-hiou£o 
riig'ut to tbe 3ADBLE BOOK, 
To Fat tbeir EASTERN GT8TERS 
And drink their Bhenieh hock." 

Hair Goorta. 

The ohespest place in the city ti buy Human 
and lout t .on talr-goods, Toys, Dolls, Ribbons 
etc., lathe New York store 110 Second street. 
Agency for hair silk goods, m tie of pure Bilk 
No branch store, Goods s nt, O. D. N. B. 
The New York ttore has bjen established lor 
year?, and is the l eading cno i n the city. 

IT'ox* Pboto-crayons. 

And reproduction in a superior style, go to 
Edouard et Cobb, f96 Kearny St. near Call- 
fortiia. Toose desiring any of the above for 
Christmas presents, should make appllcatlcn 
before the rain sets lif, and so avoid disap- 
pointment, satlfifactlon guaranteed In all 
casea f>i 

Saiixx Ttloore, 

Formerly of Bass House Oarriagef, can be 
ound in front of Coleman Bros, qjothlng eft* 
abiishment, southwest corner Bnen and Mont- 
gomery Bts., or Dexter Stables. Carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
tr night, at reduced rates. ra 

Holiday Hata. 

Oertatnly a new h\t is about as pleasant a 
holiday gift as oan he imagined. There is an 
Immense atock of Htti to select from at "The" 
Hat St re, 6*7 W»8h;ngton street {second hat 
6tare below Kearny). The neweBt styles at r-a- 
sonable prices. W- J 

The Old Stninl-ir.il Sanieme Street, 

Opposite the American Exchange, where the 
publlo will find the finest brands of Wines end 
Cigar* the market sffjrd*. also a nrat-olass 
lonoh served from 11 to 2. UiHiken & Daly 
proprietors. _____^^_ ^^ M ' 

Dental Work. 

FOB BTNE8T QOALITX OP WORK, gO tO T. 0. J«* 

anp, dentist, oor. Sutter iud Montgomery, over 
Tucker'a. ^* **-U 

. Oarbnttsr and obesee wa^bought at Chap- 
man's, 73 ani 73 California Market, and pre 
nounse tt superior to any In the mirie?. 12v 

FEATHERS ■ Gleaned. Ouritd and Died, at 
ajjQW^^^^oat^jjU 



HlatatoMr. Ber S h by "The Fat Con 
tri bulor. W 

It stems to me your Socie'y for tbe Pre- 
vention cf Cruelty to Animals, although' a 
good thing so far as it goes, stops short of 
what it might accomplish. I offer a few sug- 
gestions bb to tbe enlargement of its sphere 
of usefulnfss: 

Eight houtB should be a day's work on a 
dog-churn, tbe dog to be allowed one day in 
tbe week to himself. Let every dog Lave bis 
day. 

Life-preservers for Newfoundland doge, to 
guard against sudden cramps. 

A fine for imposing bogus watches on 
watchdogs. The natoh dog's honest barfr 
has of :en been raised against the swindle. 
■ Protection of ants from their nephews 
and nieces. 

Cushion toad-stools would be Ligbly ap- 
preciated by toads after a "hop." 

Punish boys who frighten the frogs and 
make them jump. Sudden shocks are some- 
times fatal to a nervouB organization. 

Encourage trout to write poetry. We have 
seen some very beautiful trout lines ere 
now. 

Rostrums in the ocean for whal s to 
«'flp3Ut" from. This is a want long felt, and 
the wbales pout about it. 

Abolish moBquito bars. Tbey make mos- 
quito* irregular about their mea'a. 

Introduce ibe German language into oor 
sohoole of fish. 

Picket handkerchiefs for crocodiles to 
wipe a ■-■ ay tbeir tears on. 

A school io accounts for adders, who also 
multiply rapidly. 

Encourage the cultivation of plum trees 
for tbe comfort cf that fastidious epicure, 
the ouroolio, who can feed upon nothing 
else. 

How I Made $»C 

By buying my bed-room set of furniture of 
J. A, Shabsr & Oo., 707 Market sirett two doors 
from Third. They at 11 Furniture 20 per cent. 
cheap -r tban any other dealers, I tried them 
all. 12H 

A. irVlOASJiiit bocatlwn. 

Persons desiring ooaitortable lodgings in a 
Central losatton, shoule visit tbe Alhwnhra, 
and inspect the flue suites of rooms to let there 
The building is a van fine one and la well' 
lighted and. ventilated. * 

The Oeltpsoy of all Seasons. 

Is R- F. Bunker's Cluh Ssusige; its fame has . 
spread far and wide throughout the land. The 
only place to obt\in this celebrated Sausage it 
at stalls 74 and 75 California Market. llz 



Max Bacbert, the a riist- 

(Latoof Sarons's in "New Tcrkj now with 
Bradley & Bulofeon, la Usui ng hi= Elite' Por- 
traits. _ J L 

LArxEs' Hair-Dreetrng and Heir Work, Stylish 
and cheap, at 850 Washington St., near Stock- 
ton. Country orders jr^mptly attended to. 
i-bl 



Try ihe new patent prooess for extracting 
tettb witiout the lsasx actual pain. No «es, 
spiay nor drugs used. Ferguson & Hoiffew, 
Dentists, 207 Kearny street. 13d 



McDowell, Show Oara. Writer 

Beady made and made to order. ' Boom 10 

608 Market street, cor. Pont and Montgomery rj| 



D! VI DEN O NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Sayings Union, 

533 California St.. cor. Webb. 

Ij'OR THE HALF TEAR, ENDING WITH 
Slit December, '873, a dividend baa been de- 
clared, at the rate of Nioo (9j per coot, per no- um 
od Term Deposits, and Seven and one-half (l'<) 
per cent, oor annum on Ordioarp Depoails, free of 
Federal Tax, payable on after 12 'h Janoary, 874. 
By Order. LOVELL WHiTE, Oaahier. 
ja-lff ^- 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Savings & Loan Soc'y. 

ri^HE BOARD OF DIKEOTION OF THE BO- 

JLolety have derlnred tbe dividend for tbe eeo- 
ond balfyearol 167J, «. nding tbta date, at tbe rate 
of nine (9) per sett, per &nn m on Term Deposit 3 . 
and seven and ona-Qalf (1H) oar cent, per annum 
on Ordinary Deposit.-?, free of F-der.J tax, payable 
on and after January 15, 1374. By order, 

OUJ. LEfTB, Uecietary, 
j»2-2w . 



DIVIDEND NOTICE, 

California Savings &Loan Society, 

Gia CAUFORNIA STREET. 
Guarantee Copltnl, 8300,000. 

THE DIREC OR5 OF THE ABOVE S-O0I- 
e y have declared a dividend of ten (10) D"r 
ce.t, per annum on torsi deposits, and eipot (8) 
pur oent per annum on ordinary deposits, lor tbe 
term ending 31st Deoembar, 1873, Iras from Fed- 
eral tax. and payable on ana after 5tb January, 
1874. By order. D B OHISHOluM, Seo'y, 

d29.Ij31 



PERSONAL. 



JOLIA-YOU OAN GH-T ALL SIZES FERRO- 
types Pioiarea taken nod fitmhed in ten min- 
utes, .-ain or anine. nt WING & ALLEN'S, G»3 

Kearny street. A specialty made In ink ptotaree. 
Yoors, DAVISON. de23-lm 



LADIES, SAVE YOOR HAItt OOMBINQSt 
wax flowers hair Uowers and Uaoy work tango, 
10' *6per mon*,b. Nwuon«,S, cnrl=, atraigbtening 
taotloi ban, weavicg, oombtDga, 8t< amice curls, 
i to., etc., nil for 95; switcbes made from 60 cents 
nowards: eide-onrls e^eameo for 15 cente; all kinds 
of work done to order obeup families or classes 
taogbt in tfjf city or across the bay on reasonable 
term?. Parties wishes to take lessrina or have work 
dono sbonld take advantage of tho time I am bere, 
as I leave for fiorcpe in a ebort time. AlO 1-3 
boward street, bet New Montgomery and Second. 
delVlm 



S.F.BUSINESS DIREC TORY 

UnoUielleri and »tatloa*r«. 
li. H. Moore, 609 Monuomery, near Merohaat. 

Bntcbcra. 
Kate, Fred, Stadia 94 to 100. California Market 

Dentlalff. 
H. E. Pope, 6 Montgomery Street, 

Eini,l«yment Offl«e. 
Obinase Employment Oo.-Pierce A Co., S27 Bao 
ramentoatraet. 

Uanan Uttlr. 
Sampeon, A. B. * Oo., 110 Second atreet- 

Whltenera and Pap«r Hansen. 
A> W. Wheldan, 122 Geary street. 

WinMasd XJqnora. ( WboltcaJeO 
F. 4 Co.. 50* FroaU 



0PIBA 

OVERWHELIVIITJG SUCCESS 

In *MB B«jLtIful Temple of Music, of the 

SUSAN GALTON & JENNIE LEE'S 

Burlesque and Comedy Troupe. 

■rMs~EVE™ircr^rr^ 

The porfoimuocs to commerce with the ecresmlng Faroe enlitied 

ICI ON PARLE FRANCAIS! 

MAJOR REGULAR RATTAN ., WILLIE SIMMS- 

VICTOK DUBOIS a . P . flu KAETX 

MB. SPRIGG1NS H d. THOMPSON 

A\XA H.AJ*IA....a.maid of alTVork ,M1SS JE»IE JLJ £ 

JULIA... .wife of Msjor RatUo M iv, s Lt ViVASOUil 

l'< 3»A* ....her drat appearance at Ibia Theatre MISS FAN I* IT "IT or NO 

MISS ESTHER WILLIAMS 



ANGELINA... .her ^anithter.. 
OTEBTliKE. 




olade with t .e Sparkling Comedy in a Act* entitled 

€SIEAT 



UliCUESTBA 



SIB EVFKTOK TOFPET ^ j. „ , , raT . 

ltf R1 r ,N 1; , - K ;;v hi p 1 8room :.::::::!*«■ 2Sw.« 

^J^"" Pl.Dta,«.t Hot,l JrLE ROBINSON 

°S?| v - a "' e *-:: MISS ViVASODB. 

PARSLEY. ...a gardtner 

STRAP.. ..a atableman 

BOTTLES... .a butler 

MISS CB4BLOTTE B a7Sȣ .... 














H. D. THOMPSON 

W, D. FI Z JAMES 

G O. KIMBLE 

; - " ^ ttMHMj::::::::"^^^^^ 

MI6J 0. M. CHtVALIKR 

MISS A. MoOABE 

HISS N. MoOABE 

SA1DRDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3," IST^T 



MAEY AKN 
JANE-.... 

MATT.E 



And Geo, F»»oe't Bowe'i adaptation of Dlorens' novel of David OopperaeW. eut tl»a 

MEAWBERJ/SJ^EP] 

The Piano Caed In ttois Theatre la from Sherman & Hyde's. 



G00DW0KK, LOW PRICES. 




SHOW BILLS A 'SPECIALTY. 



A ,L FALFA! 

ISTJEi"W CROP. 

FOR SALE, OHO10K LOT .OF FINE OALI- 
fomia-itrown Alfalfa, in lots to aoit, for oaab, 
at market ratee,. Oar Beed. anliks that imported 
from Chile, is fine and f re a from Mustard or otber 
foreign s*ed, "Vegetable, Flower and Grass Seed, 
etc., etc. 

£0,000 Ifnmle Plonta. 

100,000 GrtxnaTreos 

Fine Plants, 'I rtes, fnib?, t nd all rtieiea in tbe 
line. froBh and good. bpUcdia l* tock. 

K E. MOOSK. 

Seedsman and Florist, 4S5W&thicgton street, 
San Fraaoicoo, California. s5-lm 

aor-Seid for new Catnlnffne. 






INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTINB, 

ELOCUTION AND DEPORTMENT, 
LABIES PKEPAKKD for the STAGS. 

PRIVATE TSEATRIOAIS AND AMATEUR 
performances direotfd. by a l.»'1y aod gentle- 
man of more tban ordinary experienod. For par- 
tiooUra apply to MR J. U. MoOABK, 

Theatrical Agent, No. fl»tt Waf birgton b t,, 
delO-if San tfranoiico. 






GOOD WORK 1 LOW PRICES ! 
LOVEJOY &~WILLIAWS, 

NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC 6ALLEBT, 
1»8 Kearny street, opposite White Hoaee. 

J O.WILLIAMS (LATE OP BRADLEY & 
- RolofeonV) and W. E. LOVEJOY (laie of 

Vaagban'e) bavir><- ataooiated themselves to- 
getoer. Btlioitt' ^otrooage of tbeir Jnecdaand 
tbe pnblio g n > .iy, and hope iheir Ioor experi- 
ence willbta cu.rantee that tbes will do nrat-aieaa 
work. de5-'m 



CHRISTAftAS CHEER. 

THOMAS P. 1VAI.I., 

or ibe 

Cosmopolitan Sample Rooms 

So. SO TBIftn 81KECT, 

Haa l»id In a nplandid etook of L1QDOEB 

For the HOLIDAYS! 

Jamleion'a Mariowbono-T.aoe Distillerj Bnbltn 
"Wbitky. .1 Bbip Humboldt: Gloultvat Sootob 
Wbi.ty : .Double-Di.tillBil OIO K(J. fteipM . Dia- 
tillBT, Pittsburg: Gninne.. XXX Doblm bloat. 
BasB' Barton P»lo Ale. All namplea IO oonti. 
Hot 8cotch «fe Irlah "WhUltJ a. r"BB Korea. 

d.n 



BEEF AND PORK 
BUTCHER, 

Stalls 9* to IOO Oa'a. Harkat. — 

aarTbe moat popular F.milj atana in tha oltj, 

oo!4-3ra _^ 



CANDIES ]_CANDIES! 
TSIL. A.. MBROBK 

Maonfaoturaa afar, daaoription ot 

CAKH1ES. Wholeaale and Retail. 

518 Keanir St., between Sacramento and Oali- 

Jornla. and i*t ISaoond (treat, oetwaan 

.umu, """jjkin ,nd Hatoraa. nol-lm 



COLD-ROOM VARIETIES. 

sixteenth St., Cheyenne, Wyoming 

JAMES W ALLEN Proprietor 

JOHNW. DUNLVB Baeinesa Manager 

HARRY SPRIGOS Stage Munagsr 

HAS JU8T BK£N KEFITTBO 
and reopened for the Fall and Winter Sea- 
son ffith a first-olaaa Company, embracing Harry 
Bpnggs, tbe great character actor; Hurry Lor- 
r»ine, a lly Foreat, Mr. J. W. Donne, Miss Lacy 
Hall, Miss Minnie Tavir', Mi'sb Nellie bejmonr, 
Miss Jennie Logan, Frank Hf-lley, Oeofge Tobter 
acd ObarleB Miller, and a (nil and efficient or- 
obestra. 

■W Lady talent coming Eaat bao always seonra 
ergngtment* by apn<jing to J. W. ALI J E^.Pr'^- - 
pneior. GtuOD SAL.BiEb PAID. ee24-^m 



JOHN H. McCABE, 

BEHOVED TO 

333 BUSH STKEHT, 

Batween Montgomory acd Kesrny. dl6-lw> 



....AT..,, 

McDASIEL'S THEATRE 

OHET1SM, «101ii\O, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEK 

t»-Talent going Eaat will find it to tbeir advan- 
tage before leaving California to oerreapond with 

J. MeDASIEL, 

eot9 Look Box No. 1. Cheyenne. Wyoming. 



G£ORG£ MAYiiJ', 

DEALER IN OYSTERS, CLAMS __ 
andall fcinde of SHELL FJSH.'Ry 
StaiiaNoa. 40, 41, 4:9, California ^* 
Market, entrance on California street. 

Pnblio or private parties aad families sappllsd 
rrom6 a.m. to li p. h. Ladies' and 0>ntlem«n , t 
D»»**r Room ooen from 6 lm- to Vlr.tt *l»7Ily . 




teaobisg beginners. 



CLAY -STREET 

RIDING ACADEMY, 

83* Cluy Street, cor. 

Stocblon. 

This is the moet elecant 
and oommodions Kidiog 
Academy in tbe city; opaa 
o*i*y and evenirg. Partio- 
ulur attention p*)d to 
d.26-Im 



A. M&RSaALL A EETY, PropriftorB. 



MANTJFACTTJB KRB 

— AHU— 
BEPAISEH8 



THOS. W. BREE & CO., 

GOLD and SILYER PLATEK8 
CO DRUMS/iUftJOS, 

BRASS FOUNDERS & FINISHERS 

iven on tbe Eaojo and.DEain.-MAj 
""T.be^aenFirot and Seoe*?^ 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VEKaUaUt CITY, ' ICEVAJOA. 

JOHN PIPES..., PnoraiEToa 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

8AOBAME.VIO, fAL. 

JOHN wper Lessee^ 

BOTH THESE ELEGANT TH ATRES OAN 
be rented by the nigbt or week. S tar « and 
traveling companies liberally treated witb on ap- 
plication to «J*r ha jriPJUM. 

Maoaaer and sole Proprietot 
Oi- to J. a. HcCAUE, 

]u2Sl f 333 Bash a: rest, Ban Fran cf oor. 



MISSION B 
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EHMELSBUHCr SISTERS, 

■orniA. ai\jij ii»ttt. 
I10B6IA J THE WONDERFUL 



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Or MT. DIABLO. 

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INEZ FABBRI 

la i»r 9r«at Ck tractor of Iterant Barfia. 

PIETRO BACCEI. 



GIRARDS, 



DDNTlaiT. 



Wonderful Tu ruble roni can Performer. 



MOnTAba. 



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1 MIUU.K KABBRI 

PRICES OP ADMISSION- 

SS, AS Mai SI* 

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A* (Asia Iilrt 

. T 4 Ufa 

M feata Katra. 
S* Canto 

•aw *• mmM m Ba arda* ft"d Una day from 10 A. M 
uiil l imiI I'. M. 



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(HAS. SCIHTZ l.iislnass Manner 



Moaal> r . At'*t>4»i 



MIM FM.TS WIl.TflN 

WIK« ■ 

MI.48 MAI* *i Ik MOURI 

'\/"'.JiamiuVpai iron "*k ,i'm7 woods', Mhiu J. er'Am.iW 

I FKUteY, MAC »U Ml'HI'Uf Md olheve. 

Hynoposli of -Soenery and IvoldentA. 

A*T I Reeate le». <; Tin ' H.t.t. IN Krrnfi 0*.«TLS. Seewae Id —Tbe I.n*lle B«r». SmmJI -"mm nn the Backiol 
UM Mblen. rVof. **' Hri>r4*i Ik hi- W-mJ-rfal Tiablvaairai |Vff..raniafc 8 >eae lift.— The Grott) en 
.fee Hbloe end Rajad'a H» b Bjllriof ih« Cat* Ml ilr.ita, iniroaacttc fie ftVianrUhni NKlrn and Loi p» da Hftllei 
Orwnd Tab'f.a 

Arr II iteanaltU-'M Vmnuiivr ''*»«-, Sot** M — Tha *He.l«CtU* II alia a>r Lorl-r O-.r^inin.llM. 
Tl»» IrBMlrtfrt »|.t<-ra, M.r<- I. •»»»". Thirty Cerp* rta Ball.t Paee of tha 1nO ftympt... Ogaoml I'.hrni. 

A'T III rUwQcrT M • 1 1. iw LcnenAxaEN OabTUI. 8c>m M — »>'<t*-Ob mb»r in tbe Oa*tle. aoeaeld — Tha Onetei Oftean- 

btitioMiaih kiiia< 1^-i-aianUh) im- «*l r«ral Hraihrra Boas* 4tD.— Gotblo Qbarnbar. Horn Mh — Derabft<i'*e 

■ > triad aeeea aoeepyinc tea ealredepib ef IQf attfa.t Urand Match, a>f Ian Aauaafti taa.* Wairllke T»b- 

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SPIRIT TABLE. 

K.lll J.tt..." And _RlUkM 



v..»»i utukH... r.«»» ■»»»■>■»» 

To oonclndi »ll» II* l.n«u»u» U.lh el 1 • 

Coal Heavers. 

fharaotaff kr »ha Oour-tBy 



. MCCABE, 



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EGO I«-OC3K=-- 

.... A v 

Turkey Free 

... on.... 

Christmas and Xcw Year 
Days, 

-A.T TUB TWO 

Hot Scotch Saloons, 

138 Sutter Street, 

And 336 Bush Street 

BOTH WEAK KElBNY. 

Tha n-tr ami or K aal IDT 8 Ji.TOHS. Tba 
«>*1» oUoaa -o IkU itt» «i»r« para *nd wbolaioraa 
LhiT>ra arar* atlad <l tba ataadtrd priai of lO 
o-i-ii. Whi.i Pioob'., noi r old, a apa«i*lt r . 
■f. D. HKl'.U-t. | BRIO 13 A TOPflNO. 
Proprtolot of >b« Prapriatora of 

Aaitar-fllraat Baloos. I Baib-Sirtat SiIood. 
dalS-tf 



Attention, Good Livers! 

MR. P. ftHSGKS, KOSMRRLT 
oroprtalor of tba Miner*' Baa- 
ibdraot, baa iakea in- m»B«itaai*ct 
Of bo(b tk« Hin«n' rt-«.*r,rinl 01 
Oo"iaiarci*! Itraat abil t&a -M , 
Braoca on Ma-ki' »'•'>- Oir Billa of ta^f 

i«')-)» all tba dalicacii* of thn «' 
aoua la "Good Van, Good Oooklng an 1 Modar»i« 
OhaVftk." 

P>. I1KRMKS1 .V «'(». 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

BSl and CSS Oonmer^al. v ' 
76» kUrkat aU*«i. 
Dpa« turn ft A.M. to 10 Mfc »:8tl 



MANNING'S OYSTER OROTXO 



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Manning Pan Roast 

i. N£W lad the Moat Dclloiona Dish Id toe 
Ojiler lln». 

Patent Applied T'or 

A. W. VANNING, ProprlM.r. 

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CENTRAL 



ATI 

StrwMi heat •ccoaaoffta - . 

Id tha Oil*. Ptlvata Kn- 

"air OnttiDr, SbaTing »ua 

cat. Ladlaa' 



Propt.ator. 



.8 Or.ry SI 

for Kam.i.aa i 
« ior Ladi... IImc uit.iu, b.." u i 
Bh.mpoot.a> Ohiidr«a'a Halrnt.tif ant. I. 
8»4»BOt.mi»0.oU. L. 00KKIVKAU 



ATTENTION _F0LUNTEEB8. 

▲ Ui OALIPORSIt. TOLPWTIt»Rg DII- I 
.»«irrt B Aitn.i, M.w MMHn, or I 



TjMih. Hi who a- tnallf rataro-d t« t n. plat 
.1 toalr aaUaUattit. a»a a.tii 1.1 *' »•> ' , , 



EL DORADO POLISH 




Do Not Fail to get a Package; It Cleans SILVER, 

TLY, BRASS and all METALS, Removes 

Spots from SILKS or other FABRICS. 

MECHANICS' TOOLS!! 

Disston's Saws, New and Wall- Assorted Stock, 
Bailey's Patent Iron Planes, 

Combination Plow, Match & Filister, 

Improved Patent IronBlock Planes, 
Morse's Patent Twist Drills, 

Addis' Carving Tools, 

Barton's Millwright Tools, 

Pat. Iron Mitre-Box, Pat. Angular Borer. 
GLOBE HORSE-SHOE NAILS, 

Patent Portable Blacking Case for Household Use, 
New Stock of Table and Pocket Cutlery, 

Patent Alarm Money Drawers. 

OSBORN t£ ALEXANDER, 

614 Market Street Near Montgomery 

thi io x>. a*. 



To the Unfortunate. 

II. sibuun'. i>i.rr>» vitv. 

IIO. «CS KKARNV STRtET, OOR- 
D.r of fonim.rclil. Ban Ftaool.oo 
Knlraocao. Coaniarot.1 atra*U SataA- 
llaoad 10 \*-A. tor tb. tr.alm.Dt aod 
oor. of all di..a>.a of th. nrlnary »od 
MO.ratlT. o ...a, »od all ptiyaicai 0OB- 
w.xan.aa con.fqaent upon th. orror* 
or l.nora.00 ».f to. a.z.a. nklndia.a..<u( raara' 
atandlng) a d ulc.r.i.i.i !..• aaacalullj trMt*d. 
Tb.*lotand ihaaffliol- d ...oold not fail to oall 
apoo him. To. Doctor baa traval'd azpaoalralr 
Id Knr jpr. and .o.p^cted tboroaitbly tba rariooi 
bOKpiUla l.'n.rr. i.btBlunip a (trn.t d..nl uf raioabla 
loforinatloo, wbtob 0a la oonp.t.ntt> impart tc 
tboa. Io n...l of bta aartfooa. Dr. Olbbon aril) 
matt do ch r«« nolo. a ba .ffnota. cut*. Addrat. 
UK. J. F. GIBBON. Boa HUT, b.D Francisco. 
BSIM4 



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POSTERS, 

Procruao.6, and all kind! of Printis. tor 

NHOW, I.KCll'URF. CONCaTBT. TH*. 
ATBI and OIKOVS HANA6EKI, 

AT LOW RATES, BY 

]B. H?*. sterotrt, 

ill. II.AT BTRBItT. rakl 



LEAKY ROOFS, 

Tin, Asphaltnm, or Bos- 
ton Mastic 

HBPAinED. 

Ssnil ord. T* £u U. Q F18EE, 
809 AtArkct a.reet. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And College orktodtelne. 

in /Will BEAUTIFUL AND INSTRUCT. 
lu.uUv Ivti obiaota to bo «««n. Up«n to tha 
PqpIIo DAY AND NIGHT, »i BUHKKA UALl 
Bl8 MontftomoTj atrtwt. FOR MEN ONLY-, 

•ST Dr. Jobdak'h PnrvATR OrriOE le at llj 
Goarr gtrest (ouposita old Maoba&liW' Pavllloa). 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Kitliar OaMornia or Eaalaro Ovaterc, 



Oqoked to Ordei 
SOLOMON TEbMOREV, 

Stalla 57, 53 and S3 Onliforoia Mxrkat. 
(hntranco 0D Pi&« Street,) 
HaT Famlliea uid Baataaraiiti (applied at abort 
notice. d«17-lm 



^ 



3. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN XJU1SCH., 

Cor. Sernnd and Tebnnia a*rr«ta. 

••rTerrapin ooo.taotly on band. 
FOyttera In erer? aula. PK1VATS 
aSUPPKU ROOMS FOR PARTIES, 

dec31-tf 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS. OLAMH and all kinds j 
of Shall Flab, Krall 08 UaJlforolafl 
Market, San Franclaoo. Ipen Day 
and Night. FanalHea. Pablo end Prl- 
nM Parttaa. Hoiela, bb^pinj and 
SfaflaftDAQU IWJKiid. 



it«-U 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CHAS. t. NTOM-; Prottrlator. 

No. 41 7 Kearny Street, 

Batwaan OalUornta and Pina. 
Thia elegaat raaort. baa lalaly bean anlaraad. and 
now coot ilea A D«w BaTat tablaa. Tba baat r.iqaon 
and '.'ia*ar» ai tba B*r. Fl«a larara Bnaly to ml ■bad 
room*. .Vr clnba and private partiaa oo tbalr own 
tarinaaod rale*. J*»7-Jno 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARIHG OCEARl'lURGING BREIKERS 
FOAMING SURF, RORSTER SEA L OHS- 

Appetlzing: Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WICBI 

BRING YOUR FAMI1.Y1 
BRING YOl'R LADY FRIENDS 
ABdaniora flew of tbe flneet OdRAN PANO- 
RAMA IN TUK WOULD, all In al|bt of 
tba world-tanoarned 

Goldon Gate. 

With a llnot of whito-wlnpfd maannicn enterinf 
from every part of the uommarvial world. 

eO-Now Lisa Boaaee, eoooaotlDR with Streak 
Oara lit Lone Mountrln every 15 mmotea berraf tar 
for tbe i ■lift' Honee lyl-tf 



R. M E N D EZ, 

No, IB Ceary Street 

3FLX3X> LION - , 

riCKK AND EASY every 
Sacnrdar aveolne: at B o'clock. 
Oast Wines aud L'qaor*. The 
'Old Sport" will ulnars ba on 
band io meet hie frleo.de. 

jn23 



TIIKATBF, M1NHTKKL AND MAJB, 

QVERADK UFQU1BKMKNIS 

WnOLEBALE. 

Tlsbti. Pad*. Batlrqnln. Olown and Aoinia 
DreariftK, Maake, Spa' «!«, and G"ld and Silver 
TrlmmiOKa. NAlUAN JOBKptl k OO., 

0032 SAL Glajr Street. 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADIKS* 

FA8RI0NABLE HAIR DRESSER 

Baa Removed to 
844 WASHINGTON ST., 

Four doore below Stockton etoM 
Halrwork of all Dosoriptloae nude to order 
Oberejea moderate, 1*11 im 




Philadelphia Restaurant. 

0HA8. T. BKRGOLD. PROPRIETOR. 

THE OH010EHT MEATS AHDf >A aw > 
Ve«etabloB, Board by tie wead. fjBWAi 
4S8 PINX STRRRT between tvearoj ^f"eJA 



WELCHMEN AHOY. 

rsv johks 7 ' snasriTtm fob vitriol 
BUoklo., at«««Bti.».tMal dalt-ln 



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THE /OVBRAT. <>► AMCSBMDIT8. 

J S» B O O A. » 13 TT 6 

B*Uw Hostcomerj. Sad Vt«ooUC«. 
UBDAT JANTJABY 3, 1874 



PACIFIC C0A8T CRAMATIC MLWS. 

&ACBAMEVTO.— Tbedenii of reia hiinoneri 
Oasly inlsrlared with too nomi of the ergate- 
neol of HtM Mir Howard at tbe Metropolitan 
Tfaeatr*. rood boa»*e bitng tbe rale. **fbe Wan- 
dering Heir" ws* clayed on Mocdaf, Tuesday »cd 
Wsdneidsy, sod oo Tborrdey 'Toe New Magde- 
ler." wai prodaced It will bs play ed at lbs mati- 
IH to-&ay. and agslo tdi» tT6B.Dt;. 

raw Jose.— Mr. DeLtcr, • * tba Oprra HotJte, tj 
ladefat>aeble Id catena: for the amoternenl of 
tbe people of *ao Jote, tad tbsy tboald satost- 
ags bira by gving B'oi liberal snppr>rt. Ha ta try- 
ing to g.t U*ortr Darrtll acd H>-.i r'*nnr Patt- 
osri tcK'tbor w.tb a dramatis company, for b la 
•ait attraction*, ar d tcare ia loma talk of pro- 
dociog" b« >sUd Qae«o." with lha scenery f rout 
tba ualiforott TaesTre. Tre n- «'. dratostc pv- 
formano* w 11 p -^i.,, L>a 'ib» Oclorooo," by the 
Sao Jose An tturi. 

PrtocKfo^. — rt-a O a M osw ia Ttioatr* company 
performed at tne tbaatra bars darlcg the en* 
part of tbowoek, prvtaainic *" i he Get era Oroa-.'- 
'•Lnretifhre I. n," " r ie Ticket of Leare Mao" 
and "Lo«t '.a ' - n ba " 

VibOiNIA OiTr.— Tba Temple toe tronpa have 
baon p)*>i gnere during tbe wetk at PZper'e Op. 
era Home 

bt.LT Lakb Oiry.— Oa Dectmher 2& b, tbo bar- 
letqaeei **Tbs Nymph of tba Lariat B«rg; or, at 
tba BotUm of Sail Lake," foa,oded on'TbsNalsd 
Queen." wa« produced with gorgfous v«w scenery 
byOaorr* Tirreil, and • t ran s'oraj* iron • eeve by 
W. Barberry of Sao Francisco. R. W. Voltiler'a 
ipltcd'd Atu'iiniiD armor *h dfipleyed io thl* 
plica. Miss Elizt Newton pi red Lurlice, and 
Mi.s Jean 01ar> Waltors Sir Roptrt. Tbaprod-.c- 
tloa wm quite 8oo:6isfal. ttd tbe piece bis efooe 
drawn good honei. 

Poutljpd, O.— Dnil Bonco, lbs magician, awe 
B matinee aad aa evening per toxicants at Orol'ioo 
Theatre oo Otiri'lnu D y. 



Oyetora. 
In atro: Uog round the otbe-r nJfb.1, 
To .dot at '.'■ 

unr oaralam t*wi , 07 chanco did stray 
To \toete a foantala'a oeaeelcu pl&y 
Of »pwkUEK 'water*, toftde a eoreea 
TbroOKb wbicb a irweet bonr/uet wai Bsea ; 
WaiUemosss etwee and p»^l7 EhcU, 
O'rtr wMcb tbe w»tf-r» ^oltly fell. 
Made that wbicuw Fec-m to be 
Aoaie fair? grotio of tbe 80a, 

otv^," aaid my fri*ntl, "let's go lo haro -, 
It loom so nice— and try their chacr.", 
"All ri«h[," 1 6*1(1, "I mast a«iee 
That this place solttpie to a "JV" 

So aooner bad wo tovuH e. eeM 
bag at f-or bid*- a waiter neat 
JbTapc- tli* itprai aocp, istted out wl£H— 
fcalrt they bad almost any dish 
Thar we mUm riame. Wo futud It true, 
1 ttjui cooked magmficeruly, too; 
All kliida of oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Oooked every »tyle; Juhi think of that, 
And If your mouth dou't water, then 
Tou're different from other men, 
They'd dame and crat.* and terraplnn'i; 
In fact, v.? found they had. within 
That cosy plao alt kinds of game. 
Pish, dean or fowl which we oocid name. 
While every dish wu, lam sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladlip, too, have round, 'twould seem, 
That they haV« here the beet tee creim; 
Bo here thoy flock, the little sinners, 
To get%hat they oall "auih otoe dlaneTg,** 
Whoever doubts this let him nub 
To throe hundred thirty-seven Bush,. 
And there this truth he'll And made plain: 
Who poes there onoe will go atf&ln, 
Pf.clhc OyBter Bouse, 337 Bunh street, above 
MoatAomery; open DayandNlgaU 

QBABT..BW BAAKE. Proprietor, 

The Art of I>anclne ana JOe- 
portment. 

T icse who appreciate culture will be glad to 
learn that Professor 0. H. Lester tag opened 
an Academy for the purpose of t aching, not 
only danclop, but those gracea of deportment 
without which no ono can shine in society. Prof. 
Lester 1b a thorough mseter of his art, one of 
the beet on thin tide of tbe Rocky Mountains. 
OlasaeK are he'd at fraud 0*-L-tral Hail en tbe 
con f-r ol Sixth and Maaktt ttreets on Mondays 
and Thnradays. 

The Panic is uver 

But It han left ft'* ■ ff-'cLa It- the prett d^pres- 
sloo lu bmln.-H- ttj ^u^hont t j« Ea- 1 rnSt t->* 
California wltb it • c >in onrienoy bts fm.iiped 
eitrf-ly arjd tne con'-tq^ence !■« tj*t maoy 
straDgerg frcm ibe Bast are »et-n walking our 
atreets, who ll "1 t e olim'te nalabrl-ua and 
Caancea I i bea thy condition Th y also find 
that llvirg is oh' njv r here for proof of which 
go ta L uis Meyof'u White House Semanrsnt 
112 Kearny St. near FuB'. where the most choic* 
meats and veg< tables are a . rved In every tty le; 
and yet the prices a e resao ia ble. 1'2-h 

Important to Smokers. 

Faw men In San Frtnci- co are aware that 
tbe enterprising firm of Eaho ft Haas are em. 
ploying whttef (males labor in the manufac- 
ture of their 01gar». The very be*t material is 
tistd In tutse«iabl1ahment. o»ll and convince 
yourself at 778 Market atreet, between Third & 
Fourth etreet. FineBt brands Havana Cigars 
constantly on hand. n-x 

Oo Wot wuirtu- irom corns. 

The unfortunate aufferers from Oerns, Bun- 
lone, Club and Ingrowing Nails, can find Instant 
relief by applying at Br, B. H. Cowan's Inett- 
tute, 310 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 
m"ak from experience, having tested the Doc- 
ter'-i capability. Beferanoes giver Itreqnlred. e 

• — ■ 
X>r. X>ot\&jrty 

HAS devoted ale study mozo parflcularly to 
chronic and speolflo practice, acd as snob la 
now the most suooeBsfnl of any Physician in 
Ban Franaleoo. Office 61U Bacntmento street, 
oorner of Leldesdorff, a few doors oelow What 
Oh«er Honf' V 



Thirteen Tears Kstablisbed, not Bleb 
Yetl Why J 

Because no exhorbltaot prod ti are made att 
grocery house of B. Sbarb^ro A Bro., 631 Wishirg- 
ton street, below Montgomery. Ub 

Dental Work. 

Fob finest qualitv of work, go to T. 0. Jes* 
sup, dentist, cor. Sutter md Montgomery, over 
TnokAr's. a.u 

BemomhrT the place to buy flr^-claee bntter, 
rgga and cheeeo, is Do. 72 and 73 California 
Market. _ I2v 

Curls, P^'l. ,, an* WIm sto„ made stylish 
and cheap at Hair store 850 Washington street, 
Country orders aitdude^ tOf . \S+i 

C !*OVRB— Oleansed and dyed by a naw process, 
at SNOWS, 15 Post etraet. 8i 



The Toong Man from tbe EavaU 

" I'm a etrwiger In tbi« el'y, 
1'to lat>ly irom the Eait, 
Aod mighty fund of oyateTs ; 
Wbtre can I At a fcasal 
I've beeu to all ia* rp-taurants, 
Bat Bo«b>ree«mld I fi-d, 
A plat* »f Ea*Vrn oyrtesv, 
Of the ord-fa^hioijtd klad." 

" Well. I can tell 5ou," said his friend, 
"Exactly whrre to ko. 
Ana wh-^re to get jour oye'erw, 
Dlr*ei from wberr tb*y crow 
Ju-t take a etroll down rib£STBEET, 

A 410. below Ibe Harret, 

You'U hci sigr'. *TrJE«AIJPLE BOCK/ 
Tot can't t-il to remark It. 

•' Emerson C'rrli:e keeps the place, 
The beet talcon in toijs, 
Th' r yon i an g •. y*»ur oysters r»w. 
Or fled aO i:ri»p and brown. 

B '* tt.e l rg*tt oysMr Quiitr. 

On ib- fa-icc Oca t 

/ nd that b-. Mep* the rrexbest 

Ei< tvrt beei. hie ( oa;U 

" H'-'e ».ot Die- r.ttl" ptlvate rooms, 
Wbtre too can elt a: »•*«, 

And i at v' or C* lforolt stew. 

Or i.te'- n If y u please. 

A l the young auro of l >-hfon go 

atig-t to the SAD LE )'. , 

To. at tlelr EASTERN oTBTfEB 

And drink their fthtnltb hock." 

What all Ziswllf** rre- rond of, 

lAdlee srt fond of «h-tsver Is el(£&nt and 
luxurious '11 tbe world over, ted notion*- ap- 
peals »o strongly to their dominant -p-sasion in 
that respect as a handsome carriage, with ary- 
Uah appointments and spirited hcr;e*^Itia 
not to be wondered at, therefore, that a lady's 
enry la excited at seeing a more wealthy mem- 
ber of her eex in a beautiful Clarence, or other 
faaMonable vehicle, with a proud, da&hin 
team. It Is Important to know that tbe Occi- 
dental Carriages, which are tecond to nons In 
elegance, may be need by any lady In tbe city 
at any hour for any length of time the may 
dMlM This vlrt isllv places those who engage 
them on an equal footing with the most fortu- 
nate of their eex, and social harmony U there 
oy establishea, orders for these favorite car- 
riagesm&y bel?ft at the Occidental Hotel, or 
at Booion At Son's stables, Nt>. \016 Stockton 
street ' fc eJ * 

Ladles In the abov^ bandtome carriages may 
be seen any time during tbe day In front of 315 
Kearny street, near Bush itreet, waiting (fox a 
fewmomott*) for a dozen or two of those cel- 
ebrated Written Vi-HIfcg C-rd-, bo elegantly 
execn'ed by John P. Xkvyer. car4 writer for the 
Grand Hotel. N. B. — Cards wtlten, engraved 
or print 'd in tie btMt and most f-anioAV le 
i-tyle, handkerchi ti m:rk d, »t'ndl pla eg 
neatly cut, and monogr&ma engraved and 
printed, ll-r 

Wa\r* Declared. 

Sime peoplo ta'k of O r ba, 
Ad i ape-. It of war with Hb^iin, 

Hoping our Boliier/ will go forth 
And tiketbh Hpant»h nalp. 

Eat site'' men earfer ti go 
Ard gftao r.y-tr si. w 

At the Kooiiaway Uous3 on Market street, 
Bo el'gtot acd d*». 

H*r»m n oaa talk tbeirbusioEss 
Wbila be&ped Is a pi!a 

Or*ters and diff-rtnt kind of &sh 
Are cook' d in e»ery »tjl», 
A private door oo Edly street, 

A'invts the ladiex fair 
Wait* tBsn! on for tle£jnce 

Makes cv(r>bo ;y stare. 
For bn-ineta m-rj, and other folks 

It never ca b- beaL 
Tbe fo'rt ia gord, tbe prices low 

At IffJ* Marktiefr«et. 12-1 

ED. Kbehbikb. Proprietor. 



*T. Voazel sy A Bros, new C»n<l y 
t»tor«. 
At 24 Second street near tba GranS Fo>l, la 
without dealt tbe moat elegant Candy ttore to 
ba city, and tbecrowl cf ladies who estrotise 
It openly declats their admiration, of tae co t * y 
atdmaaoalfloat t appolLtmet-t- of t-c at -re , and 
praise the quality of tbe candies sold t-ieie. 
Tbe supply of fancy botes, cornucopia* Ch is- 
mas brae trlmmt'ga, and French confectionajy 
f. r the bollday trade will be unrivalled 1» 



The «1A f9tuDd-tf£4V Sjbisb* Street. 

Opposite the American Exchange, where the 
pablio will nnd the finest brands of Wine* ead 
atgsri tie marttt tff.rdP, alo a flrat-ciasi 
lunch served from 11 to 2. MUlik.n A Pay 
proprlLtors. Um, 

Try the new pat mi process for extracting 
ie tjwtionttte uin actusl pale. Ho bte, 
spray nor dru;s vt*i. Tergna.-n k Moiffew. 
Oetf sts, 20T KeWrny stree». i;n 



Hax Bocli i t, xiit* . .re Jst 

(Late of Barony's lu New Tcrk.) bow wltb 
Bradley A Balotaon, la Waning bisElito Por- 
traits, L 



Li'ize' Bair.Dre* lug and Hair Work, stylish 
and cheap', at 660 Wi-ahtngton 8t, near fc'.oc'-- 
tou. Country orders i r mptly attended to. 
i-bl 

Oarbultaraud cbe s- wj bcog. t at Obip- 
man's, 72 »n1 73 California M rk ; t. and pro- 
nonnua U snp , r!or to »Dy lr th-* m r.t . lit 

McDowell, Show Card Writer 

Beady made and made to order.- Boom 10 

608 Market street, cot. Post and Montgomery C[ 



FEATHERS Cleaned, Curled and Died, at 

SNOW'S. No. 25 Poet etrwat «2 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Hair Goorlw. 

The oheapeat place lo tbe city t j buy Human 
and Imit ton balr goodB, Toys, Dolls, Bibboni 
etc., In the New York store 110 Second street. 
Agency for bairallk good*, m***eof pure silk 
Ho branch store a Goods s nt, C O. D. The 
N tv York > tore* has b:en eatablished for years, 
and Is the leading ona in the city. 



For Photo-crayons. 

And reproduction In a superior style, go to 
Bdouard A Cobb. 586 Kearny st. near Cali- 
fornia, T'ose dfsitlDg aoy of the above for 
Christmas presents, thould make application 
before the rain set* lu, aod so avoid disap- 
pointment, satisfaction guaranteed in all 
cases fit 



•4*. a> Uoorei 

Formerly of Rues House Osjrlages, can be 
ound In front of Coleman Bros, olothlng e&- 
abliehment, southwest corner Bush and Mont- 
gomery stB. , or Dexter Btablee. Carriage Orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
»r night, at reduced rates. pa 



Holiday Hara. 

Certainly a new hat is about as pleasant a 
holiday gift as can be Imagined. There is an 
lxnmenso stock of H: ti to telect from at "Tbe" 
Hat St w, 6*7 WiBhinferon street (second hat 
store below Kearny), The newest try *es at r.-s- 
aonable prices. _ 12-J 

How X Made «3»0. 

By buying my bed-room Fct of furniture of 
J. A. Shaber A Co., 707 Markt t e.rett two doors 
from Third. They ■'•ll Furniture 20 per cent. 
cheaper than any other dealers, I tried them 
all. 12a 



A Pleasant L*ocailom 

Persons desiring com'ortable lodgings in a 
jentrai location, sboulc visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the One suites of rooms to let there 
The building is a verv fine ona and is well 
lighted and ventilated, m 



The DpIIopcv of? all Seasons. 

Is R. F. Bonkeb's Club Stnsage; its fame bee 
spread far and wi le throughout the land. Tbe 
only place to obttin this celebrated Sausage it 
at stalls 7* and 75 California Market. 1 lr 



Really Choice CJg-tvr 

Can only >e ohtalned at the Orlertil Glgar 
Store, 229BusbSt.rppo*ittM rcautllo Library, 
where the very fiue»t Havana cigars and To bac- 
oo aie always on baud. 12-d 



Mb. L. jAixytwrre, No. 240 Kearny street, 
New and Second- Hand Clothing, of all deECrlp- 
tions, bought and sold. St>re closed on SaU 
urday until 6 P.M. jz 



Special t,o Ladies, 

For dressmaking in all its branches and the 
latest styles, oall on Mrs. J. J. Walker, at 810 
Post street. Terms reasonable, 8 Or 



Watches, Jewelry Etc. 
Of every description, at the very lowest prices 

at H, A, Oaltenuer'e N. W. corner of Second and 
Mission streets. Watches oarefully repaired. 8f 



rrash and Sweet. 

Far the best confectionery, gv to Oantj and 
Wagner's. 107 Montgomery St. near Buttet. x 



Six h Grand Annual Ball 

....OF THE ... 

GARIBALDI GUARD 

IB BOSTOB OF TBI 

Italian Frigate "Garibaldi.'' 

PLAT I^WHALL, 

Saturday Evening, January 3 

Ticket edmlltloz Cent eman and X.n-.tes, 

One Dol-r. 

GRA^D MARCH AT 8# O'CLOCK. 

a^ The Committee ba*e spared rjoexertiODe to 
maka thle one of tbe moat pleasant ltetivit<ea of 
tbe season, de31 



Taxes ! Taxes ! 



LAST WEEK I 



SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1874, 



Last Day 

State, City and County Taxes 
can be received without adding 
five (SI per cent, to the amount 
of Taxes. 

A. AUSTIN, 
<ieso Tax Collector. 



-A.r_.I_. IINT. 

That G orgeous Furniture 

,...ron ibe.... 

HOLIDAYS 

HAS ARRIVED. 

COME and C3X3X. IO*. 
CALIFOBNIA 

Furniture Manf ' g Co. 

220 to 226 BFSH ST. 

d.U.lm 



TEA COMPANY 

STILL ^AKEAD ! 

5,000 Boxes 

NEW CK0P JAPAN TEA. 

Froaa 91. SO to 83. OO Per Box. 

60O Chests Extra Choice 

NEW CROP JA.P_f7lf, 

la Balk OCc Per Pod ad. 

We are now io ircdoc iaj oor 58W BRAND TBA. 

FLOWERY PEAGBANCE 

COc Per PoobcL 

%M Poon.ls Best CatLo-rSukar^jll 

13 Pourxda Best Head Rice. SI 

Best Adamantine Candles. .$3 per Box 
5 Cans Best Baltimore Oysters.. .,91 

Oara la THB 01tLT~ViTAOB TO GET PURE 
8F1 Ed. Call aod tee as at orca. We have aa 
atcok aod are & ll-tg utonleci- gl* low. 



MURPHY BROS., 

759 and 76 I Market St. 

Dll 



HOT DRINKS 

....FOB. .. 

Winter JWeather. 

SACK. POSSEXT, 

MILIEU H I\£8, Xtr. 

SPIERS & POND, 

422 SACRAHENTO STKEET, 

(Ooe I>oot b-low'Ban*ora-. ) 

LtTNOH. 

A NEW BILL Ob* FARE 1THBY DAY. 

The Propnetsre of the HpiiriAPood baTs par- 

chaeed frcoi 

▲ FOPl'IAtt WRITES 

On GtetroooBF, 

Three IlocdrrdannTw- ve Bit U cf Pare 

Calcolatcdto meat ibewaxti cf 

ONE THOUSAND PERSONS. 

Wbo may therefore t>4 rertifn of a diffareotpro- 
cramano fjr 

EVEBT BAY IX THE YFAR. 

Soup, Fibh, Entrees, Jo.nts, etc., 

At elevsa o'clock preeLtlf. 

*•• Saoramcato bfreet. oos dcor btloar Bacsome 

defi-lia 



ART ASSOCIATION. 



OPEXISG OP 



TV INTER EXHIBITION. 



THE GALLERY OF THE SAN FRANOISOO 
Art As^ocifton.aia FINE S TREE i'. -s now 
opeo to tr>* patli. duly, frrm VI A K. to 5P.M 
axd from 7 to 11 F. a. 

A apleodld col ectiaa of 

CASTS FROM THE ANTIQUE 

!■ on exhibition for the fl'; t i : me, embracing masy 
of tbe motti fimon* G.eek Etamee acd PjnOeaoD 
Filizy R-.l eroe. Alto mora tbsn 

Ob* tflBDdred Original Oil Palbtlngi, 

IncladlDftTtbe celebrated pic I ore by Jacobs, of 

".'AUSOA AKD LELIIAU," 

Season tiofcet", admit D«g»n*leman and ladv, 13. 
SirBlo admlMfoo. £0 won, dl6-tf 



n T I! E VILLA," 

At the JV«w 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tbe Boildir.g ha*ioe just been eomplsted, i» 
bow chrownoijen to o*« pablo. The bouse is ele- 
g-ictlj -aroisced. and baa 

Four Public Parlors, 

— aito— 

Ten Private Diuing Rooms, 

The whole being bnil*. nut like a public hotel 
bat aa it is named. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"The Villa" Is located at the last or north-west- 
ern geto of the Park. 

Epicore»n Breakfasts, Dlooers and Soppers 
prepared on the shortest notice. 

GUD10 MBNGEKBERG a CO.. 

PROPR1 HTOR S. Jr- 10 



SA3XTGER SCja.XaXjZ3, 

IA Genry *»r» > *'t. near Ktsniy, 



8. F. and H. P. B. R. Co. 



CHANGE OF TrnflE 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE BEYSERS. 

ONANr»AFTFR JDNE 1. 1573, THE 81EAM 
or ANTKLOPH. ooaoectiDnat Dooaoao Land 
log with the ban Francisco A North Peciao Rail- 
road Company for Cloverdale and all totermedtat 
statiooB, will leave San Fraooieco daily (bnndayt 
exepted), from Front street Wharf, at i -M f.m. R*- 
taroing, the train will leave Ulorerdale daily at 
6:46 o'clock a.m , cooaectring at Dooanoo with tbt 
swmerard arrivlugtn Sao Ftanciaco at UAKI a. at 
tne steamers and care make close oonneotiooi 
with atages to nod from all poiotn 

No more hUftDAY EXOCKSIONS ootil far- 
ther ooiios. 

Ob and after MONDAY December la'.VSfoamr-r 
ANil/LjplC wilt leave Froat^ftr«et wharf at 3 
P. X Train arriving a*. Olovdrdsle at7:J5p. u. 

■dT For all lotirn-ation apply at the Oompaby'a 
office. AM Mootgomery ilreet. 

aplS PETER DONAHUE. President 




DKFU : ' t tttta.MJiliAbOliE'S 

BAY DREWERY BEER, 

5 Cent. i. GI.M. 

nol ! -H OHKI8 FELDMHSB. 




SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AND 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

fiOf? WASHINOTON ST., 
vOU b-lew Kearney. PKIOK8 
RBDUOKD. B»tbB, Z*> oeot*. 
Sbaviog. 25 osdU, Hair Dot- 
tiog, 26 centt, Bbampooiog, 25 
cents. Medicated Batha. JOHN GRBIX. 



TURF GALLERY STABLE. 

CBITTEKDEK A DALTOIf, Proprietors, 

*OP Salter street Near JB.earny 

SAN FRANOISOO. 

Order* Left at the fifBee of the Graad 

Hotel Prompt)} attended to 

ooli-tf 



TAXES! TAXES! 

1S73-74. 

V- O T X C £ IS KiBIBT QITX ] 

lb»t a eoaaplete eertl fied eary of ll 
Aascs— et t Book af tbe Taxable Pro I 
erty af the City and Conaly of Baa Pra 
else* iBIAL ESTATE and PEK»0.«A i 
FKOFEBll; Car law flaeal year 1871 
74 at a the Aatetanieat *p*a lands bant j 
Oiled by epenlsg of af oalraaary A v 
oar, levied fornayaaeat cf Interest bbk 
"MonifoBKry Aveane Baca ,"* hav 
tbie «1 jy been received ; that th 
State* City and County Taxes for ami 
Plaeal Teirsrentw cue • nd payable a 
the Office of the nnceralgoed (Bios Nt 
1 City Hall!, and ibat the laws In renar 
to tbetr eolleeUca win be strictly eo 
forced. 

Taxes will become DEL1R Q V£AT •■ 
the FIRST MO My AT In Jsnoary 
1874, and onlcaaa>ald prior thereto, Av 
per cent, will be added ta tne aannnn 
thereof. 

Ann Fmnelseo, XHeeasber IS. 1S7S. 

A. AtTSTTV. 

Tax Collector cf the City and County of Bai 
Francisco. oSTtd 



TO TAXPAYERS 



rr%BE DELAY, Ct XFCSION AND AN- J 

noyance experienced by jam dartre; 
the laitwetk op two prior to Toxes be- I 
eomlag dellr qneat, le o< casloncd by yoaor 
own proeraatlnatlca In proenrlDS^yenr 
Tux ElUi. 

To avoid thl', fsnalsb Ibe onlee with 
memoranda of yanr property, wblch can 
be done throogh the Post Office, If more 
convenient, nnd year bllle will be made 
oat nnd ready far vast when yon coll, 
or. If yon so req«e«', sent to yoar ad- 
dress. 

This bclDg dose, examine yoar bills, 
and If found correct, enelose check, 
drawn to order, and whea collected, re- 
ceipted bills will be sent -ta yon. By 
djlng this yon will greatly facilitate 
baelaess ta tbe Tax Collector's Omee^ 
and save yanr own time. 

Until farther notice, tbe office will be 
open to receive Taxei ETEBT SAT. 
IBDAY EVBMSB, from T nntll O 
o'cloek, for the convenience of those 
whose time iseecnptea daring tbe nay. 

Taxes remaining unpaid on tbe FJKST 

MONDAY IN JAXVABT, 1S"7*. will 

be delloqnent, and Five per cent. In ac- 

conlanee wlihlaw will be udded thereto. 

Bespeetfaliy, 

A. AXT8 n.V, Tax Collector. 

San Fruhelaco, Now. *4, IS73. n* 




fRSTPREMIUMAWARDfflF 

fSCgrrto-^^-> T 

Dr. HENLEY'S 




At the State Fair, Sept. 187? 

THIOILT BELIABLKTUKie 

AND RECUPLRATQR. DON'T BE MISLEAD BY 

LONG ANO POMPOUS ADVERTItEMENTS, 

IU I USE THE LONG-TRIED AN 9 ONLY 

Sure Invigorator 

KNOWN, THE UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS 

AND IMMENSE SALE OF WHICH, FtLg 

THE UST FIVE YEARS. PROVES 

IT TO BE Ttff 

KING OF ALL TONICS. 

Read Ph sioiaos' eertifloate attached to assh 
bottle, ti mine sworaautemeoti of enreseff act- 
ed, "rj bl- at i h" office. 

For talc by all DruggitU and Liquor Dialer*. 
H.Er8TEIKA CO., So e Proprietors* 
S*8 Froat Streak ©«17 



CEORCE B. AUSTIN 

Having porchased ttie iDteree: of AbaL. Wauga- 

h*m in. cbe Ssloob known as the 
Depot of the Celebrated Chicago Beer, 

No. 623 Sacramento St f 

Where ha woald bs nleased to meet bis friends 
aod the pnblio generally. A good Innob will al- 
ways hs provided. . 

CLAM • noWDER EVITKY BAT, 

Tbe trest Wines and Liqoora dispensed. A 

**»JEJE A»D JECAWY 

Every Sitorday niebt In ooooectioo with thlte-- 

- tabllabsiant. A flr-t-olassPlaoist engig«d. 

del-lm I 



MILITARY COODS 

....S2TD. .. 

GOLD ANO SILVER THEATRICS! 
TRIMMINGS, 

815 Mnnlgonei-y atHtt, Kooia JTo. «. 
■ M itt T. RODOER3 JOHHS09. 

319 BUSH STREET. 

ALHAMBRA HOUSE. 

THIS ROUSE, BEING CENTRALLY 
looatad, near all too p inoip*l -Uotsl* 
Keftaoraot sad places of Amnsamentl 
StraDgnrs can And goo4, cemforUble. pleasl 
ntand elegant rooms at reasonable prloee. 
0024-tf 



CANDIES. 



AU. KUTOl OB THE F1KRST OAlfD* 
m»ds »t our SUua Cudr Futon d»li» in 
.rd.n>. wped^Ij trom the ooBjjtrr, u. tototSS 



aattnanti 




CANARY BIRD 
CAW11Y HIT 



. 



ImntiipMi*' 

■nvigorator 

In m»«. w ,tt 
Inn* 



liSSStf 



ft 



NEW ALHAMBRA THEATRE 



H1W ALHA1BR 



IIATB1. 



AND 



OPERA HOUSE. 



lttACrtJIHK'B 



o»n a. m u 



BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETIES 



MAMMOTH PiOCRtMMI 
DOO«LI YARtBTY COBBtHA 



■ 1!M.IMK\rUlV HRKEFlT 



(CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 



THOMAS MAGUIRE, Esq. 

• T 

N El A TAtj T ALIj 

Profession of the City. 

OPERA, DRAMA, 
MINSTRELS. 

i* 'if »r J 0,«f» *f 

UN BALLO 

EN IM AS CHER A! 

&• ** f •* a*** hr * 

FILL ITALIAN OPKRA TIIOI TE 

II I -.. f Mil CO! Sf, >M Ik. 

REGULAR ENTERTAINMENT 

riB al tt>« il IT*. HMU TfilaTlUL. 
wife 

A Pull Array of Volunteers. 



OnOPOEl 13. B.NIGIIT. 

AW. W MWMtkl^ltM lain* 

COIV. HOC TT 3FI X=» 3BC ^K 



• k iti.rv. 



- «• . MM 1 ..... ... 

r in* i 

1 n R1 VTK MAI, 

> AMD IMDAt tVIRWUI 



FIRST 



)F WIT. SONG AND FUl 






—■—ft. —— -^^^ J «— - -■»,— 



JUIUKUK KXIM.CMiin 



BECG 



JA3VE 



«>IH A«B MM I'. 



In Ilor JBudfot of BDn»« and Ch*mm. 

ORIGINAL DUTCH SONGS, DANCES AND SAYINGS. 



THE WORDFR-Pl PIBFOltMAXCI! Of 



SIBGRIST AND ZANFRETTA TROUPB! 

"VT^lila Tnoir Wonderful Dots, 



UTATIOHft A LA rOSTl R 

■ ■ 



Ffta.ll,. •* 



To «©n*lud. » U, t i* Turklatt • >i •.▼nrn tt tot III' J Tfca 

CIRCASSIAN SLAVE MART 

Pr-Ut •!•**• IB tor- Rilb HftToat. 



Cirsaftilfta pM«ti*« 






AUa-Pacoa.. lbs firvai .».•_>» 

fric^um ,..V 

ll.nnn < hi **eaioh<td . .tn ]n»n » <■ 

JnbtUftltiqQdft'cloftd. wain ior|. »*>a a>r«M .K*4 P 

B w.HU»* '■ 

OMh.t-.l G...4..IU.P..'. 

OIIOMlUdl. Hr.tl.ttn. F« ani'DFCtl, ftt.%. r ( .nrl t)dtf>« Rilb ft 

■<1 ft I. UA I » It « »*i V li I . 



i ■«IIM. 

Ckar. anf CWaiRMrelAl 



PACIFIC HOUSE, 

OWnPIC HOUSED rEi': 

MMt. VAI.rrOlf A OOTRKLL. 



aramt 
Tmriety 



«AT$ 




$**H>TS 



gnu* 

'.riot/ 



At til* I X I, AUCTION «*Trt«flS, No. SIS nirl r.JO KWARVY «*TRFET, ror. Coramrrrlml . 



COMEONE! COME ALL! 

TO TBB opposition riioroOrUi'H oai-- 

l UTrY tUfti Mark*.t«tr««.. Tb* linMi flni.ri«d 
Rftrnbran.ltotrflt.fi :-er dnxftD . OfttXDftT, f4 »*r 
dozon- OIt* a*ft«*II >ni wtt »•• in • to piftftae 
TOO. W D.DYt K wiil'K.t. 

' ■■• wall-known and i>oi ul tr opsretor*, ■•*! J K. 
WILI/iUO «BY. Prr.ori-tr.r. liplp 



TO CONNOISSEURS!! 
The Celebrated Brand 

... OF.... 

CHAMPAGNE 
CARTE DOR. 

Tftri.be afarlly mt Hi qttallti and the 

rlrb.fftft mt Its fliTor It la conaldcred 
->T JaWajee f be the best Wine la the 
CtiBBtrr. 

For Sale In Quantities to Suit. 

LOCKE & MONTAGUE, 

Sole Agents- for Pacific Coast, 

112 & 114 BATTERY ST. 

■AM FBAMCIBCO. d.»-Jw 

California Ahead of the World 



»«."o' 



©it 



o 



'i 



WO0LEN_ GOODS. 

TBI UKBERIMGNED IB IK BKOEIPT OF 
Blmak.U, FI.oo.lv Uori^BUok.ttna, .to. 
dlnot from th. Uil>, ud wU1.«11Id loutoiolt 
Dtpot,** n.w Hoouoi»rT .MM: 
KM. BE». M. MAIM, Ami. 



THE OLD 
Hot tScxyftola, 



1A M»rt«» «tr»««. aw 

j^U DrtalM Ten Cenfg 

Hot Prlnke ft ftpcolalty. 



W. 8. WALDBOM, IWri.toi. 



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Single Outside Rooms. 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair 11 attrasw, 

— a Tea 

BRANCH MOUSE, 

4*4 SAMSOlf K NT3EF.T, COB. CLAT, 

UMrty Cents par »Tl«jlxt 
And LeHM by the Week. 



Apr- 38 L. J. EWEI.L, proprietor. 




A NEW HAT STORE 

On Mont*omeri St. 

NiiRiEGA B31S., 

PRACTICAL 

HATTERS 

528 Montgomery St,, Near Clay, 

NAW PKAMCI-IOO. 

WE WOULD JlKSPKOrFULl.Y INFORM THR POBLIO 
and otir - ii.i'Pi.toi ratmn- (bot.w.. h»f.i rp. |.d nnroift 
acdeleiti.a itor On WontoomEkT f-TBKltr. na«r ( Ui. wrier- 
■ii.nmlv I' a -p rtii nai.d itrn UN- S ■ 'A8-*Orl> MKM 
oT HAT • 'till • :,\Ps ..r.rnfl". d to tht> ci <r.«m ot ta» Pacific 
U»i t, nnri > I. I rl • a which w 11 duff comp" m >o. 

Wj art. ; .l o prpp«rrtd t« m«k» to ordnnll ibw LATrar STTT.E1 
Of Hits ami "*,.• rtu ftJtOR I n Ui«. 
OLBaNLAG •>..! HKPAIKrNGo..ftt!r(irjdpronint.fftXfteaUd. 
N. B Wn will . U BODtlniia oar Itftn at iPft 'Id ittnd. No 
WO Daponi, htr.it, wli«re can bt foQQ i our di n-1 (mod mart 
ni' ti I. 'A not d>. tnd torn pi li nt hai t ra tr. •<!• nd to tha wnnU 
ol uarxotoar* dail'nft <hvri>. *<>ltlK< A HKU9. 



WHAT IS THE MATTER 



A.T TUB 



^^OIl^IO 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



J. P. BOGARDUS, Publishei. 



THE ONLY HOUSE IN THE CUV WHEBE THE 0K1GINAL 
"GRAND DUKE ALEXIS TIES" CAN BE FOUND! 

Also the Largest. 

CHEAPEST AND BEST 

8£L£CT£D STOCK 

.....of....: 

Cents'. Ladies', 'Misses', 

Children's and Infants' 

BOOTS AND SHOES 

EYEB OFFEBED 

In Ban Francisco. 

BEERS & MAYMARD, 

No. 238 Kearny Street. 




People's Palace 

See Sunday's "Call" 
FOR REVELATION8 



COMMISSION HOUSE 

....OF TOE.... 

GLEESON & FELL, 

IIY A FIX, 



911 and 913 Market Street. 

Between Fifth and Sixth. 






TUB JOB H UM. »» *MO «P»MIT». 
V BOOAKDUB 



4rr rbMll •»■»«! OH* Wa.hlH.loB •»" 

H4llff M.Btcom«ry, Bwi Kt»o<ri*c/>. 



DAY. 



. . . jZm3ajTy 8, 1874 



PACIFIC CUA.T DRAMATIC MiWI. 

SACBAMrirrO.— Tba d* aie of rain bssnotserl 
ooely islsrlsred with lbs auoctsa of the erasae- 
sasot of Mm May Howard at the Metro pollteo 
Theatre, sood houe#ebtlna; tbe rol». "I be Wan- 
dering Heir" wee pUj »d on Monday. Tneedey -nd 
Wednv.day.aod OQ Thar A,j "lb* New atafde- 
ler." wa» prodaesd It will be played at tbe matl- 
see to-day. *(id again tola • »ODio£. 

Kiw JoeB.— Mr. l>*I.acj, »T tba Opera Home. «, 
tDdefkt-Kktjl'.' la caUrmc (or tbe amosemeat ot 
tbep-oyli of N»o Joae, end tbey aboaid sacoor- 
a**e bioi b» f TiO« b'a> li'wrai topport. Ha la try- 
ing l© g.tliforie liarrtll *sd et'lt K*nn/ Celt- 
eare toritbar w.tb a dramatis compear, for his 
a tit etirattioo*, at d tooro la iome talk of pro- 
doctog"ibs Naiad 4wd."*Ii1i tbe scenery from 
tba Ualiforen Tb#»l'». ' 1 * * n'xt dremet C pv- 
foirniootwllic-^,.. bf 'ia« OtUoroon," by the 
San Jon abj t- are. 

(rTOCXTOV. — fee O A lif srara. Tbeetre company 
performed M We theetrs hers duric-g tba erl 11 
part of the wart. prolnoinfE " ' bf Geteve Oros»/' 

*'LRreilI>ira L a-, le Ticket of Leare Man" 

and "Lo«t ft '-' o oi " 

Vilgisia OiTX.-Tbe TemtletOB troop* bur* 
been pl*ji rraere daring tbe seek at Piper's Op_ 
era Hou< » 

bam Laix OiTT.— Qs Dec* mfctr 86th, tbe bor- 
ieeqaeef "Tserljmpbof tba Loilei B-i»; or, *t 
tba Bo turn of Sal*. Like," founded on "Tbe Naiad 
Qaeen." was produced wftb eorgfons sewseeoery 
byGoorreTirrel, and • transformation *c*c« br 
W. rfoxborry of bao Francleco. R. W. Voltiler's 
splendid Aran mien armor was displayed io tbta 
place. Mif» Eliz. Ke woo pi red Lorlioe. end 
Hiss Jtao Clin Walter* SirTAoptrt. The prod -C- 
tioa wm qaiteeao:cBifal, ecd tbe piece h.s since 
drawn rood hoa*ei. 

FOBTL-iSD, O. — Dad Bodco. tba magician, (r>ve 
* matinee and an erasing performance at Oro 1'ico 
Tbeatreon Oori-imti D .y. 



Oyatore. 

Id strolling round the other nl-nl, 
To loot at *>n>cj by traVs liyht, 
uvr careless tnat, by chance did stray 
To wn«* a fountain's oetseloss play 
Of sp&ikllrp: wntere. made a fwreeo 
Thiooirb wWcb a «we*t bonquet wat sees; 
Walle UJ0»:*5 stout and pearly the 11, 
O'er wblcb the srett-rs >/Jitly fell, 
afade tbat wfheoff reem to be 
fl^ajt fairy grotto of tbe Baa. 
Atop," xald my frlecd, "iet'a go In cars , 
It Ioobb 30 nicfc— &UQ try tholx oaaer.", 
"All riflht," laald, "I moat afpree 
Tbat thin place) snltr me to a *%'" 
Wo eooner bad w* found a seat 
Than Bt *-or feid*- a waiter beat 
Mo.'2r Lb* st p*i's: alien, aBked cor *wl£a — 
Ealfl tbey bad almost any dieh 
That «e mn?bt ntme. We found it trne, 
And oeaawd magnificently, too; 
All kinds of oystera, joicy, fat, 
Cooked every style; Joel think of that, 
And if your mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
Th*„v'd clameand orabe and tc-rrtplnfi'; 
In .'set, v.? found they had within 
Tbat coey plao oil kinds of game, 
F1hh, fleab or (owl which we oonld name , 
While erery dlah was, 1 am rare, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladld*, too, have found, 'twould seam, 
That they have here the beet Ice cream; 
So Jiere tbc-y flock, the little elnnere, 
To get wbai they oall "such nice dinners," 
Whoever doubts this lei him nub 
To throe hundred tbirty-eeven Eueh, 
And there this truth he'll And made plain: 
Who goes there onoe will go again, 
Pr,clflo Oyhter Bouse, S8T Bunh street, ahore 
Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

OHARt^H fTAAEE. Proprietor. 

e 

The Art or Diiidng ana Z>e- 
portment. 
Ticse wbo appreciate culture will be glad to 
learn that Professor 0. H. Leater baa opened 
an Academy for the purpose of t aching, not 
only danclop, but those graces of deportment 
without which no one can shine in society. Prof. 
Lester Is a thorough master of hlg art, one of 
the bet-t on tMe tide of tbe Eocky Moontslne. 
Ol asset are bed at nrand O^-Ltral Hall en tbe 
con er i'! S'-xtb and Maakxt ttreets on Mondays 
and ThurBdays. 

Tiae Panic is over 

But It ha* If-f . It's tff-ots 1p the grett depres- 
Klon in batinaRntUroUB-boat t je Ea t rn&t tps 
California with it- c 'in currency jus eH(.aped 
eit'.rtly aod the con^-tqience U t-iat maoy 
etrtDger^ Inm 'b* EaBt are te-Jl walking onr 
streets, who fl<d t e oltm>te salabri .us and- 
fiaances t-i bea tby condition Th y also find 
that IWrg 1b eti ap r ('ere for proof of which 
go t3 L nis Meyer's «h te House Ees>aursnt 
112 Kearny St. near Po St where tbe most choice 
meats and vegetables are s rved in every ttyle; 
and yet the prices a e reaaouaote. l^-h 

Important; to Smokerg, 

Few men In Sin FrsDcico are aware that 
the enterprising Arm of Kahn & Haas are em. 
ploying white f*m*les labor In tbe manufac- 
ture of their Oigarn. The very best material 1b 
nstd in tblse-iabllehmeni. C*U and conrtnoe 
youraelf at 773 Marie t street, between Third & 
Fourth etreet. Finest brands Havana Olgars 
consiaut'y on hand. ]i- T 

X>o J3TOC Mutter lrom corns, 

Tbe unfortunate Buffer era from Oerns, Bun- 
ions, Club and Ingrowing Nails, can find Instant 
relief by applying al Dr. B. H. Cowan's Inst). 
ftrte, 310 Kearny 'treet, from 1 to 6 pji. We 
gn**)tfTom experience, having tested the Doc- 
tor'* capability. Beferanoe* tnvec Kreqalred. h 

— - e ■■■ 
X>r. DOherty 

Hu devoted me study more particularly to 
Chronic and specific practice, and as such Is 
now the most successful of any Physician In 
Sao Frar ol?co. Office plO Bacramento street, 
oornor of LeldogdoriT, a few doors oelow What 
Cheer House x 

Thirteen* Tear* Estftbllisbed, not Bleb. 
Tetl Whyl 

Beoause noezborbltaot profits are made att 
grocery hooae of B. Sbarb^ro A Bra, 531 Washing- 
ton street, below Montgomery. lip 
Dental tv*orsr. 

Fob rtxtwi quilttt op wosk, go to T. 0. Jes- 
sup, dentist, oor. Sat wr md Montgomery, over 
Tuc.' -r't. ».u 

Beme^nbrr the place to buy flrr*-cleM bnttar, 
c-ggs and cheese, is Ko. 72 and 73 California 
Market _ 12 v 

Curls, Pvr't *ies, an-' Wits etc., made stylish 
and cheap at Hair store 850 Washington street, 
Ocuntry order* attended to, - 

GU>VBS-OleanB<?d and dyed by a new process, 
at SNOWS, 25 Poel areet. 8s~ 



Tbe Yomnfg nmm from the East. 
" I'm aetrsBger in tblH el'y, 

l'ui lat>)y irom the East, 
and iuu<'ity fund of oyatrrA ; 

' 'tn I gitd f*aa*l 
L^B* \ n r*V^ r^tau rants, 

- » lier« eesld I fivd, 
A plate *>t Fa-Vrn oy^Uwe, 
Of th*:pW.f*rtiic;ntd Wad." 

' Well, I can tell ion," said bis friend, 
"Exactly wh<-re to *o, 
ano wh*re to get jour oje'irs, 
t>ttta from wb«v thry vrVw 
Jo-t iaa> a ttrcii down PlhE STREET, 
A- 410. below tbe Market, 
Yoa'tlaeegflgD.TfiEt* ADDLE BOCK, 
Tot can't 1*11 to remark it. 

" Emen on C' rvile ke*ps the plane, 
Ihe iitu t-aloou in tov.n, 
Th- r yon • au g"t yoor oyaters raw, 
Or f.-Iod \0 cil'p and brovu. 
ri-.'e the 1 ni->? uyater Oeaitz. 
On ib» fai-irJo Oos t 
/ nd that h-^ in-p* the fretheet 
Bar tv«r beei. hi« toaaL 

• H--'» vo\ nicf- llttst pdTite rooms, 
Where voo ctn »lt ai ea*e, 
Acd • at yottr 0* ltornia stew. 
Or i-LE''- n If y U please, 
A 1 the yonngsut-n of t .b!on go 
iiiK t ty the S&D'-LE BOCK, 
To»at itelr tASTliBB GiBTEBB 
And drink their BbmUb bock." 



What all Laities it» r-ontl of, 

Laaie* ire fund of Hht^ver is eltgmt and 
luxurious '11 tbe world over, md notion** ap- 
peals »o strongly to their dominant piaalon In 
that respect as a handsome carr-inge, with tty- 
liah appointments and spirited hsVssaVJU| 
not to be wondered at, therefore, that a lady's 
envy la excited at seeing a more wealthy mem. 
her of her sex Is a beautiful Clarence, or other 
faahlonsble vehicle, with a proud, dathin 
team. It is important to know that tbe Occi- 
dental Carriages, which are fecond to none In 
elegance, may be need by any lady in the city 
at any hoar for any length of time the may 
desire. This virtually places those who engage 
them on an equal footing with the most fortu- 
nate of their ttx. and social harmony is there 
oy establlshea, orders for these favorite car' 
riages may be left at the Occidental Hotel, or 
at BoBton & Son'* stables, Ne. \C16 ntockton 



Ladles In the abcv.-> handsome ctrriases msy 
be seen any time during tbe day In front of 315 
Ktarny atrtet, near rJoeh itreet, wait.ug (for a 
few momott») for a dozen or two of thofce eel- 
ebratad Written Vl-ltlig Crd 3 , BO elegantly 
fxecu'ed by John P. Dwyer car j writer f\,r the 
Grand Hotel. N. B.— Cards wii ten, engrav-.d 
or print -d lo t'ae Utset and mott fashloLaMe 
■ tyln bandkercbi U m:r* d, tt-ncll pla'ei 
neatly cut, and monogrems engraved and 

prlntecU 11-x 

War Declared. 

S "jrne peotle ia k of O'ba. 
And spe'.k cf war with Rb*ifl, 

Hoping oor t-olTur willgofortb 
And tike tbi-5pao"b 'i alp. 

But viier mon perfer t j go 
Acd get an oytter bUw 

A i tbe Kosna^ay lloaas on Market street. 
Bo el'gtnt atd a-™. 

Urre m n can talk tbeir business 
While bean*d lo * pi!a 

Oy>ler« aod diff-rtnt kind of fish 
Are cook- d in eyery *tjl*\ 
A private door oo r dly street, 

A'lm ts tbe ladie- tilr 
Wsiln tbe aal oo for tUg/nee 

Hakes ••vei-jboiy stare. 
For ba-ineis mo, and other folks 

Itoe-vercE b- b»it- 
Tbe fo«d it eo r d, tbe prices low 
At 1K4 Marktt efreer, 12-1 

>d, Kceetkiee. Proprietor. 



Hair GJOdi*- 

The obeepest place In the city ti bny Human 
and Im.t t on tair goods, Toys, Dolls, Bibbons 
etc., is the Hew York store 110 Second street. 
Aeency for hair allk goods, mile of pure silk 
Ho branch stores. Goods s nt, C O. D. The 
Nrw Yorg itore hae b;eo e^iabllstel for years, 
and is the leading ens In the city. 



For Photo-crayons. 

And reproduction In a superior style, go to 
Edouard & Cobb. 506 Kearny st near Cali- 
fornla, Tlobo desitlug spy of the above for 
Ohrlrtmas presents, thonld make aprliretirn 
before the rain set* lo, and so avoid disap- 
pointment, sat-sf action guaranteed In all 
cases as 



•*r.rD Brl oore, 

Formerly of Bubs House Carriages, can be 
onnd in front of Ooleman Bros, olothlng es- 
ablisbment, soutEwest corner Bnsh and Hont- 
jomery 5ts., or Dexter Stables. Carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
*r night, at reduced rates. ra 

Holiday Hate, 

Oertalnly a new hat la about A3 pleasant a 
holiday gift as can be imagined. There Is an 
Immens* stock of H. t i to telect from at "The" 
Hat St re, 6>7 W*ehi&g*on street (second hat 
Etore below Kearny). The newest atyes st r a. 
sonable prices. 12-3 

How X BCavde S^O. 

By buying my bed-room fct of f nrnlcnre of 
J. A. Shaber A Co., 7G7 Marlu ts red two doors 
from Third. They "til furniture 20 per cent, 
cheapo than any other dealers, I tried them 

all. 13h 

• 

a. PToa«Aiit l^oca'tioxx. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings in a 
jentrai location, shoulc visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suites of roome to let there 
The bi.JJing is a verv fine one and is well 
lighted and ventilated. m 



The Oeiicpcj of all Seasons. 

Is B. F. Eu.vxee's Olu*} 8ms»Ke; Its fame has 
gpread far and wl le tbrou.'heut tbe lard. The 
only place to obttin this celebrated Sausage it 
at stalls 74 and 75 California Markt L llz 



Really Choice Cljj3.T" 
Can only ie obtained at the Orlertil Cigar 
Store, 2i9 BashSt.eppo«it>M rcantlle Library, 
where the very fine- 1 Havana clears and Tobac- 
co are always on hand. 13-d 



Mb, L. jAlLXwrre, No. 240 Kearny Btroet, 
New and Second- Hand Clothing, of all detcrlp- 
tions,b ought and sold. St^re closed on Sat. 
urday until 6 P.M. rz 



Special Co Ladles. 

For dreeemaklnglnall ltd branches and the 
latest styles, call on Mrs. J. 3. Walker, at 810 
Post street. Terms reasonable. 8 Or 



<J. Vojcoiey Ac Bros, new Candy 
Mtore. 
At 3d Seoostd street near tbe Grana Eolel, U 
without doutt ta»- most etegant Oaaefy »tore in 
be city, and the crowi of ladies wbo patronise 
it openly declare tLtirad miration, tT tie cort f 
axd mssmtAoet t appfjUtmeit- of t-* kt', and 
praise tbe quality of tbe candies sold t-trt. 
Toe supply of fancy botes, cornnoopiae Oh is - 
mas tree tsimmf as, and French confectionary 
r. r the holidiy trad* mm be nnrlvaned sal 



Watches, Jewelry Etc. 

Of every description, at tbe very lowest prices 
at H. A, Oelieuuer'e N. W. corner of Second and 
Mission streets. Watches carefallr repaired. 8f 



Fresh and Sweet. 
For the best oo&fectionerv, r* to Oaaty and 

Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St. near Salter. r 



The Ml* Kt-^Dd-tieA S.asssa* Street, 

Opposite the American Xxcbaage, where tbe 
pa ML. will niid the finest br*ncs of Wine* end 
agin the market tff-rl\ al-o a first-class 
lojnsh aerv&d from 11 to 2. Mlllii-.n A Day 

proprlttoxB. list. 

Try i he new pat n process for extracting 
:e-t3 w.t iont the leait actual pain, 
spray nor dru.s ose^. Tergnsvn k atoiffew. 
Dixr ets, 207 KMrBy strvev. L » 



n, iiu- > rilfit 
! Sarony's In New YcrV.) now with 
Bradlry A Bald, on, la leaning his Elite Pes. 
txsMta. f L 

Li'igs" Hair-Dresi lng and Hair Work, siylleb 
and cheap, at 850 Washington St-, near E'.oc!- 
ton. Country orders i r rxptly attended to. 

l-bl 

Oarbultsraod cbe g? wj bcuj t at Chip- 
man's, 72 »nl 98 Oallfjrnla U rht, and pro- 
nounce It BUprlor to any 1- thr m r. t . l£l 

McDowell, -Miuw Card. Writer 

Beady made and made to order. Boom 10 

008 Market street, oor. Post and Montgomery c[ 



FEATHERS Gloated. Oarled and Died, at 
SNOW'S. No. 2* Poet atr«%t «Z 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Six h Grand Annual Ball 

....OF THE ... 

GARIBALDI GUARD 

Italian Fr-gate "Garibaldi." 

PLAT L*i* HALIL., 

Saturday Erenipg, January 3 

Ticket edalttlDt Geet'eman aad Lai lea, 

One Dol.r, 

GBA"VD MABOH AT $% O'OLOCB". 

ly-TfltC^msi'Uebre spared no exertions to 
make thie one of the moat pieuest itstivities of 
tbe eeascn, dell 



Taxes ! Taxes ! 



LAST WEEK I 



SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1874, 



Last Day 

State, City and County Taxes 
can be received w.thout adding 
five (Bl per cent, to the amount 
of Taxes. 

A. AUSTIN, 
de30 Tax Collector 



ALJU irv. 
That Gorgeous Furniture 

....JOB THE.... 

HOLIDAYS 

HAS ARRIVED. 

- 

OOIVTE and SEE IT. 
CALIFORNIA. 

Furniture Manf g Co. 

220 to 226 BUSH ST. 

d.U-lm 



S. F. and N. P. B. R. Co. 



CHANGE OF TrrvflE 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE GEYSERS. 

ON ANr» AFTEB JUNE I. 1ST!, THE STEAM 
or A.N TELOPK. connecting at Donaos. Land 
iog with tbe ban 1 rmctaco A Norm Prcine Rail- 
road Company for Clorecdale and all iotercoedist 
Btations. will leere San Franoisoo daily (Sunday* 
exepaed), from Front street Wbarf, at SiSO p. at. Be- 
tnroinc, tbe train will leave Cloverdale daily at 
6;s0 o'clock A~af , coonectiiMt at Donaoo« *itb th. 
»t-* mer ard arriving in San Fiaocisco atU^x) a, at 
I ne steamers and cars make close oonnectiom 
with eteffei to no* from all points 

No more bU.xDaY EX0UK6I0NS antil far- 
ther aotioe. 

Oaacd after MONDAY December IsM'Steamr-r 
AN " 1L. 'PJS wil leave Front-r ir-e: wharf at 3 
p. at Train trnringa* Oloverdale at *:j5r. it. 

ay For all information apply at tbe Oompacy't 
office. AM a on Women stresL 

aplS PETKB DONAHUE. President. 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AND 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

fiOC WA8«ntGTOW ST, 

UOO b-l.w K^mey. PKIOK8 
RBDUOfiD. Bubs, 25 emu. 
5&tTiDE. 25 occtA, Hair Cat- V...N 
tioK, 25ceott, Sbmipc&iot 25 ^ — i - = - 

«»«. >w»wB!ij^ 11 jtoan oRiif,-. 1 



TEA COMPANY 

STILL iKEAD ! 

5,000 Boxes 
*EW CB0P JAP AS TEA. 

Fr.. SI. SO lo f3.»0 P.r ».«. 

50O Chests Extra Choice 

HEW CROP JAP1K, 

J. Balk «Pc Per Poul*. 

W. sj. do. iBtrcd.oinz onrHIW BfiAJID T1A, 

FL0WEEY FEAGBA.HCE 

eOe T*r P.md. 

<k# Pound. B..I Col Loaf Sn£«r5|> A 

13 Pound. B.X e.»4 Bite .1 

Best AdamanllDt Candles. .99 per Box 
5 Cam. But Ba.ltla.ore Oj.ter. .. ..:.l 

Our. la THE OBLT PL4CB TO GET PURE 
Brl fcb. C.U acd ih at it occa. We b... ma 
nook anAan b llicg»»ttn:ti 



MURPHY BROS., 

759 and 76 I Market St. 

nil 



HOT DRINKS 

' •— * ....FOE. .. 

Winter feather. 

SACK. POSSET T, 

jtiLLEj nixes, T:-. 

SPIERS & POND, 

422 SACRAMENTO STKEET, 

(One D»or b-low Sassonv., 

LUNCH. 

A NEW BILL. Of FARE IVrJBY DAY. 

Tbe Propnetars ef lbs Sjf,i> ri A Feud Okts par- 

chaeed frtm 

A. FOPUIAK WHITES 

Oo Gtatronossy. 

Three Ifordrtrd smn Tw- T«> Bills cf Fatre 

Calculated 10 mett ebe watti el 

ONE THOUSAND PERsORS, 

Wfco may therefore be rerta^n of a d:ff*re&t pro- 
gramme f>r 

ETEBY BAY JS THJC TFAI. 

Soup, Fi-h, Entrees. Jo ; n's. etc.. 

At altvan o'Htck pre. 
4 91 Sicrtnscnto btreet. erne dcor below Sasjaawsw 

C*:-la 



ART ASSOCIATION. 

OPEHXG OF 

TVINTER EXHLBITIOX. 



THE GALLERY OF TBE BAN FBANOISOO 
ArtAe*oeuter.»iaJ=I>E STBEE 
open to tne pntlt. duly, fr-m IS ± at. to 5 p. M , 
and trosa 7 to 10 P- kL 

A tplsncid col eciisn of 

CASTS FROM THE AKTIQTJE 

I« on ezbibitlcn for th» fl^.t lirae, smbrtciegaaany 
of l&e mol< fttaoo" Geek Mj om atd P-rtieioo 
Fiifz-s Rcl<eroe. ALeo mors tbtn 

One tfauidred Original Oil F^l&tlnr*. 

Inclodisr tbe celebrated picture by Jaoobe, of 

"'AMSOS AXD LELUAU." 

SetaoB ticltet'.admrt tze'S'lentto and ladr.f: 
blrgls admlaisfDs, 56 oems. Clfj-tf 



n T It E V I L U A ," 

At to* New 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tbe BoJldtng bavine jott bseo ooatplsted, ia 
sow thrown o^en to fc* paol c. lit Loobm te ele- 
guatlj inroisced. and has 

Four F'lAfcylic Parlors, 

— iJD- 

Ten PriYate Diping Rodms, 

The whole beice toH-, not Pbi psbliebots. 
bst as it is named. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"ihe Villa" fa located at the test or nortb-west- 

ern gate o( tbe Perk. . - 

Epicnrean BrvaAfasts. E'lncers sod S&npert 
prapared oa the shortest notice. 

iCO., 
i».i» 



GUDIO HANGEKBERG 



PHOPB1KTOES. 



TAXES! TAXES I! 

1873-74. 



N' 



OTICX !• MX»EXSJX OrYEAT 

csa-pieVe ee«-U Otd ee»y ef th* , 

Aea<esya.ri t Bsek *f lave TatsMt Prop , 

ertr *f ta\e Cltr ard Cooaly a>f ft as f/rai. 

else* (BFAL E»TATIaa4 PIISOS A.I. 

PKOFEK11) for t*>e rUeol iter 1B79V 

7A si • ihtAstuBMt ■■*•■ lssaejs awsae- 

fitted lay •peslsa; «f M ealtestry A Te 

slop, le Yifcd. ioa^avsj —ts t cf LaiciNtasoi 

'Mosiarossei-y Axtan' Head .* asTe I 

thte d-y bees rorelTtd; tbat Lhe 

Ststte, City svDd Com* ly Taixes for aade. 

Flaeml Tear aare b* w dsve t sd pey.elc •* 

the Office ol the snateraltrre-d itcoen Sa. 

1 Cllj Hall . asd Ik*. I tbe lawi lo rt.-re 

to their toi:«Uci win be au-letlj eav 

fforc*4t 

Taxea will aeeeaw Dr.LlAQCEATea 

the FIRST M05BAT Is Jsnoearr, 

1S74, slS bolroe staid a>rlow t Isereee.. sswe 

per ten. will be added to Uae saweaao.. 

there* f. 

ftava Frwsrlsoo, JMeessb«r It, 18TS. 

A- ACarTTaT. 

fax Oolleetor ef the City asd Oonnty of Sac 
Francisco. oZTtd 



TO TAXPAYERS 



»TtHEDKl-AT, C^SFUSIOJC 1KD l v - 

-"Tisce tipe> I net. fay 30a Aatrtrs 
tbelaatwetk or two prlar to laiti be- 
tontig delliqatest, le ot eoalosed by year 
•wm prseravatlBotUs lo »io<nrl«rer,yoeu- 
Tax fillU. 

To svwoVd this fan o»*b «■« ossee wlib 
aneaaorsAAa. of jacr proo er ay, wsAch eaa 
be done throVEh the F*osi Ofllee, 1/ store 
eoa.Tes.lest, eased year bllla win be ssoAe 
• nt snad res Ay for joai srhesa yon esll, 
or, tTyow so reoweaf, eeiit to yoerr od- 



Thls belns dose, examine yotar Mats, 
and If foomd eorreet, escloee eheck. 
drown, to order, ond wbes eolleeted. re- 
celpted bills will fee eent to yow, sly 
d.lBw this yow will sreotly fseUlLote 
bosleeaa la tbe Tox Coli eet*r*s Bfiee 
svnd save yoaor own ttsee. 

r/nlll farther s<. tlee, the ofllee will be 
open to reeelve Ta,xei EYavaYT SA.T- 
CSDAT IVHMS6, Traaw T omtll • 
o'eloek, for the eea-r ealev.ee of fJaoo e 
whose tlase Is oecnolc d d wrtac the day. 

Taxes reatalBlDw nip »Jd as the FIKsT 

EO>TAT IK JAJTCA-KY, lr>7*. wlD 

be sellBoaect, aad Fixe per ccatt. la ae- 

errcanee wrlthlow will toe added thereto. 

Etipeetfolly, 

A. AT/»nif, Tax Collector. 

Isi Fraaelseo, Row. «A. IfrTA. z.'A 







SANGER ECAXjIjE, 

1* Geary »«>i-*^t. nrnr Kearny. 




DHPO v. t v a.M) A hvAfeOH-E'S 

BAY DREWERY BEER, 

2 t tat. a Ol.at. 
coV.xl CBBIS FKLDMVSB. 




TURF CALLERY STABLE. 

CBITTEpTDkK A DALTOM. Proprietors, 

Sftt. holier street Hear XLeamy 

SAN FBANOISOO. 

Orders I-eft at the Clfllee of the Orasd 

Hotel Fr-onsptly u, tended to 

ooi^ti 



MIAIWIOI' 



-flRSTPREMIUMAWARDEB- 

Dr. HENLEY'S 



^ATrEKf 

fit the State Fair, Sept. 187? 

THE OILT BELIAaUTUie 

ADO RECUPEJMTOR. DOIT BE MISLEAD BT 

LONG ANO POMPOUS AaVERTIIEMBTTt, 

BO I USE THE LOKB-TfllED ARB OILT 

Sure Invigorator 

MOW*, THE ONPRECEJENTEO tUCCEH 

AN) IMMENSE SALE OF WHICH, FU 

THE LAST FIVE TEAI.S. PBCVES 

IT TO BE T«= 

KING OF ALL TONICS. 

. a«&d Pa eieiu.' Mrt:ftatte .tt.eb.1 w .Ma 
ooue. £x fflla..a>niuuawt^fovtflflffMt. 
M. '.b ni- it n. o&c. 

For laUby aB Drugguti <a& JUq%cr Utatcrt. 
H.IP8TIU* CO.. S. . Proprl.tara. 
S'g rrtM glrtrt. MD 



MILITARY GOODS 

...■aJfX. , 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRIC*! 
TRIMMINGS, 

815 Montrom.rr .tr..(, Eo.a lTa. 8. 
nhHtf T. ROUGERS JOHirSOSr. 



CEORCE B. AUSTIN 

Harina; porcbased the ictoreet of aeiL. "Vfauaa- 

bLkK ia tbe Saloon known as tbe 
Depot or the Celebrated Chicago Beer, 

No. 623 Sacramento St . 

Where h* woald be oleaeed to meet his friends 
and th* public g? D i rt lJy. A aaod lonch Will «J- 
wars be proriied. . 

CLAM i noWDEK ITTraXY DAT, 

The fr=tt Wines sad Liqaors drSpSBSsd. A 

VREE AND EAWY 

Erery Satorday niitbt in conneetioa with tbiser- 

A Sr t-class Pianist engastd. 

del-Xm 



319 BUSH STREET, 

ALHAMBRA HOUSE. 

THIS BOUSE. BEING OEP7TBALLY 
Isoa U df near a It- too p a asapal e t sss l e. 

Retuuraot sod places of Aeaoasasoat. 
btranaen nan find foo-l, cemf orub 1#, pfosa- 
ntaad elegant ro 3ms at rea-oBable prioee. 



CANDIES. 

Ala. Ktirrja o« TBI FUTEST OAHirt 
m«!. «t oar StMti Ctedr NMnall 






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L vigorator 

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If COODi 

Snow" 





CANARY BIRD 
CAWaXT 8IRT 



■RiHM 



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NEW ALHAMBRA THEATRE !I1W ALU A* BRA TIIATB1. 

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Ajrn 
OPERA HOUSE. 



i hplimkntary MREi 

THOMAS MAGUIRE, Esq, 






BOCA CTr TJX JR HVS 

CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 



19 El 



• TBI 



Ij X-i 



Profession of the City. 

OPERA, DRAMA, 
MINSTRELS. 

* Tk* Of *»4 O . • 

UN BALLO 

EN i~ AS CHER A! 

* i ; ft* t>* *•* »•* *7 • 

FILL ITALIAN OPKRA TROl TE 

A> I'M r flRA BOrsi, AM lb. 

REGULAR ENTERTAINMENT 

Ho* >!»■» >l t.» ALBAXBBA TEIITCt, 
w.tk 

A Full Array of Volunteers. 



b|i| in I .1 am .**.'•' *•» 

CEonoE b. knight, 

At~. X MMnlUKI-AM l»« tJ.4 



• ATI RDAY AMD Kt'WDAT ETrBI 



J»»I'ART 3 aaa 4 



3?«ii*aiT r»^».rt.T. 



innuriroi 

"A mum* 



BUCKLEY'S nfw VARIETIES 



MAMMOTH P*OC3AMMl 
**<j B HOWHAYS, 

DOUILI TABIETT CO«BlH4TI0!f 
.-*»« riitAu n r . • i r.Mfiioi 

la A »•. ». 

rtaai 



M \TK IA1 

AMD K1HDAT I VI 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG AND Fill 



OX>IO. 



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FIN 41 


















3F1. 3ES 


13 


ECCA JAilVE:. 

WKl.tU (Ml »l< 1 


^Tr ff - A m <"-' '. B. 


In 


Her 


Sucisct of Bong, and Clinnito.. 


ORIGINAL DUTCH SONGS, DANCES AND SAYINGS. 

H¥ or.'Rnr h. rkioit, 



THE WOKDFIC UL PEBFOttHAKCE Of 

SI16RIST AND ZANFEETfA TROUPE! 

"\^ltlx Tnoir TWondorlul Soea. 



jgf^T 8 * B1H.X.* JTONB8. 



WKATNAH, UAXIIJO AID WILCB. 



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IIHUCKI 




















MOnrlMonr. 


P-r.*r I 








OHO& 


n.Y 


VtSITATlONb A LA FOSTBH 

'r! M M [> 


Afllll 

Its.- * *, 
D HK'c 

KtatlRBl 


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i 
Pal*. 

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To coDclud. w I', t isTurkUb'&t tvaRMiiA tntiil' J Tu 

CIRCASSIAN SLAVE MART 

Pretty. L***. Id Iots wnb tU'oofl M> 

«»•*-' fe-llU>OtlBl .. 
l>B»r.< 



L'irOMllAn Bwatiii 



,..,»i(r'« 



hn«iHlr««oa ' "" a **' nwBWI ( M.ct - rtr*w*r 

AU«-P*cn«.. to* Grwi . .. U. U.»or 

fta(l«D>B .. V ? ... UlfUdff Morlo* 

Fl.rrxm i hi a teat, tr hi tn lt>*» wttb PrHt ( -1 (i. . F. Mrut>nor* 
JabtUslbaDds-closd, »nb sorts sod dtrott.. .N*d Ba ."-r 

tt witrin* ...l>< n H»m-. lis 

Or.b.m.l Oa»ro« ol lb« PA«b» I i OB D«oi 

OU04ati.ni, So'dlarP, Fl Onlior#ti, flic, f c nr I t;d irjt *Ub • 

Kin. \\ * i i ii CrJCAOE, 



pacific HOUSE.T^xr;: 



OLYMPIC HOUSE,"^ 



ILBMu-nr «tr««t, •■*. 

• ilo Itao Plaa- 
RM.ftTONA OOTRELL. 



gTt»t 

Tiriety 



SAX$ 




&M& 



groat 

/irtotf 



At the I X LAUCTIWSTORB, No. «IS «nrl oao RHARVf STRRBT, cor. CommercUI. 



COMEONE! COME ALL! 

'f THH OPPOSITION PHOTOOIUPH OAI»> 
1 T.KKT, ei><* MarkAt«U<*t. Tba float, floitofd 
Rimttrin.lt otrdt, (J ar dmao ; Ooblast, fl »sr 

dotOD. UlT* a* A 0*11 «ti1 ws Bfaima 10 plaafl* 

jon. W D.DVRHmd O^ORORK WIIUKaro 
r-,a aill-Vnown anrt popular opsrstors, *&d J K, 
WILL"UU <KV.Pmon-<or. 1to3p 



TO CONNOISSEURS!! 
The Celebrated Brand 

... or..,. 

CHAMPAGNE 
CARTE DOR. 



B.r the Parlljr .f It. qtutllti and the 
rlch.cM .r ICb flavor It 1. con.ldered 
.T l"*«M t. be the beat Witt In the 
C.utri. 



For Sale Id Qnantities to Suit. 

LOCKE & MONTAGUE, 

Sole Agents- for Pacific Cogs., 

112 & 114 BATTERY ST. 

BAM fKAIHriACIO. d.»-2w 



California Ahead of the World 



WOOLEN_ GOODS. 

TBI OTDXBaiGllID IS IB REOKIPT OF 
BUaktU. ritaa.ti. Horte-BltDkttloA, tte. 
dlnet Item lb. Mil!., ud will nil In lou toinlt 
DtpQt, Aa Mtw Mootconwrr ttrect: 
uUi BBV. M. MAIM, Aceat. 



THE OLD 
Hot; Bootola, 

la BtdaAl twt *»** *•***" 
All DrinliH Ten Cents 

Hot Orlnk»a specialty. 

AVI W. A WA1DB0H. Proori.tot. 



x 5.s 
o a 'J 

O 5 Si 

5 £°" 



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ii 
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SSht 

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sal 



am a 

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Single Outside Rooms, 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Mutl nisso-, 

AT TUB 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

ABA aANHOME HT3EET, COR. CLAY. 

Flftr Ocuta took- JNTiglat 
And Leisiiii by the Week. 



or»Toixr -a.t-.xa wight 

Apr- 38 I" J. EWELL, Proprietor, 




A NEW HAT STORE 

On Montgomery St. 

NORIEOrBROS., 

PRACTICAL 

HATTERS 

628 Montgomery St„ Near Clay* 

■HAN FaXANCISCO, 

WE WOULD RKSPKOrFULI.Y INFORM THK PtJBUO 
and our - ini'in.-ui rotr-on* that Wo haT» rpj ed odr osw 
scdel««i:jt »t-jr- on Montoomekt ^TiiKBr, nn*r CU», trbers 
.«o will sohfltamlv lap nu n«t,d ibs UN'S' AS^OKiMhMT 
of HAT* onil ' ^APS evsToff'-d to tbo 01 ir, m b of too I'aciflc 
Van t. sod 1. 1. i rl i a whiob w 11 duff oomp- itnn. 
W , aretl o prppurod to mnko to order til ib» LaTF-st SrYLll 

01 H»tB Antt I'mnftii-norUH'Ifln. 

OI.RANOO -nil HIPAIK^G uretlr and promrllr nx*ontod 

N. B Wti .-.ill i 11 ooo^loni oar ft"r« at to* rid lUnd. No 

920 Dopont, Btroi-t, Hritcrtj oao bn fnua ^ our q>q-1 nood astort- 

in- lit- of i-n. (.1 , hod ■ fiit 1 1» Ii Dl hni t r» n. sM< nil <o tbs wanU 

of uu«:om.rH denl'tig itiurw. NURIEl'A fUtOs). 



WHAT IS THE MATTER 



at t:h::ej 



PACIFIC 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



J. P. BOGARDTJS, Publlshei. 



THE ONLY HOUSE IN THE CITY WHERE THE 0K1GINAL 
"GRAND DUKE ALEXIS TIES" CAN BE POUND! 
Also the Largest. 

CHEAPEST AND BEST 

SELKCTKD STOCK 

'....or....: 

Cents'. Ladles', 'Misses', 

Children's and Infants' 

BOOTS AND SHOES 

EYER OFFERED 

In Ban Francisco 

BEERS & MAYNARD, 

No. 238 Kearny Street. 




People's Palace 

See Sunday's "Call" 
FOR REVELATIONS 

FBOM 

THE3 ORBAT 

COMMISSION HOUSE 



GLEESON & FELL. 

IN A FIX, 



.T. 



911 and 913 Market Street, 



Between Fifth and Sixth. 



et. 




"PI^AIRAJ 



HE JOBiNAL OF MfUSBKEHIS. 



-. .l.sh.I .?.ry Dai in lo. Xmt bf 

£». BOO-A-RDTTS 



-eho,*t at.. ft»« W...hlaeton «u. 
•* Mo.tcoan.rr. Ban 7raooUoo. 



SATUBDAY JANUARY 8, 1871 



AMUSEMKNT8, Etc. 

The Opera Hocse.— Tbe n.nal matinee 

performance will be c Tin at ibis boat*. To-nti-ht 
crest alt -act loss will bt offered, aod eoob aa can- 
cel fail t-» draw a l.rae audisnc-. Tb* porforoa- 
idu will oommenoa wlb Iha prelt? II nl« comedy, 
tatltl: d •■Ba.ultfal Fore*, r." in »b'vb Jobo How- 
■Ow wilt app <ar aa Tom, Mill Jonoi* Lea aa Jallr, 
a caemborsald, Wtllia Smmaae Mr. Bimuli t jd 
aod Mioa Fanm Yens* •< Mr*. KimpUtoo. Aftr 
tbis Gaorca Favcelt ftowe'e b gOlj -occessfn 
drears" z tt-'n sotltl d " dlcawb-r tb. Ba-p' ' 
e«nstrcoi-d from David Opparfleld willbapra- 
etnted. Tbia pl.t liadapruit roo at tba UdIod 
fiqurs To-air», y-m York, aod will donto l*aa 
make abit cere. Jobo Ilo*soo will ippearas 
Wilkni Mieawbar and J. P. Birrjatt aa Uriah 
Heap. J il« Kobiaaon will pier tbe obaraoter of 
D**id Coppt rfl-ld, Willla S mm. will appear aa 
Treddles. M>si Kaoay 'YoaDeraa Betsy Trotwood, 
Min VaT«ao«- aa Mlea Mioawbtr, LI. D. Ihompeon 
as Mr. vTlolficIJ. 



Wt^R!Twrr!Te^A»BoelAHonare^wr^ 
cnailcg the advisability o! erecting a m.ga.flc-nt 
theatre on tba lot at tbe comer of Foortb aod 
Market Btraata. daedal u these by Jamea Lick. 
Arohitecte ar*Ceitt*c ou( plaaa at d apt c,D:« »no » 
and there it a prtb.b.1 ty of tba theatre be. eg 
ba.lt. 

Tee Mends of Billy Manning presented bin 
witb « voidable witch and chain oe tba ©oea«ioa of 
bit bsoiflt l»at evening. Coo Marshy made tbe 
presentat-oo, and Billy made characteristic, fanny 
•paeob la links, two word* at a Limp, wbicb waa re- 
ponded toby tbe aodlanoa wltb p*als of laughter 

Dioo Boaolaaslt, tba craai modaro dr.m.u t 
will arrive by tba ovarUnd tra'o te-niabt. Lie 
oemea nnder engagement t> tbe California Tooa- 
tra, wbara be will produ .0. and act lo acme of bis 
new pUjri. Tba Immense aitcceia of tba "Mated 
Quaet" will R\if tos man sg anient and attach** r f 
to* theatre anffijieat time to produce tba p'ays 
nnder tbe.r antbor'e personal supervision moat ef- 
f.ct tvely. 



1 a br. 



BBA TffEATiiE —Billy MaQoing hid 
a 1. lendld boti* list cipht wb» be took bfa ben_ 
eflt. and lb* entortaiotnept given waa thoroughly 
etj >rrd by tbe matci" aadianoa praarnt. In lh ^ 
afiar p ace of "freland aa It W»i" Miaa Mollle 
TVtl iame wee < ntrmuaatic epplaote In tbe charao- 
tarof Jody OTrot, Mm Ntllie Wetberill placed 
Honor O'C.rdao virj effaotiv. lr, Mlaa E. Lb-rlo 
nude a pleasing Florenon O'Oarolac, Billy Biri'- 
OUBwur*it aa Rafgtd Pat, and Ooo Marpby 
did a capital b<t of cbaraoter aetine; aa Dan O'Oar- 
olta, and Lbatley Bead waa very good as X l| 
O'Oarolan. At tbe matinee to-day, and afalo tbia 
«T*olnc a splendid Or.t ca t wlHbagiTjn witb Ooo 
Marpby as ioterloeotor, and Billy Masking 
and B llr bwe.-.tatm en the eadi. Alt*r 
this. Welcb Acd Rio* will appear In aorg 
aid dance. Ella WeiBsr in cb»r oter aosgs, 
GEorge B. Koigbt in Dntcb aonge, daooas, atd 
a'-oriaa, the Slegriat Fara lr, and tbeir woaderfal 
troope of dogs In • parlor entertainment, and 
Billy Mutator, B 1'y s-eitcam tod Billr Welob 
In the laogbabla ElbibplaD'aketob of ' Bill Jonta- 
Ooasin." 
Oaufohnia THEATBE.-The "Naiad Queen" 

has been niooiog over a week, and the rnsh to see 
it as great ai arsr. It will be performed at tbe 
matiore to-day and again this evening, with all 
tbe attraotioDs of beantifal acenery, bi 1st by tbe 
Romm hbarg Sisten and Mile G«ngain, wonder- 
ful performances by tbe G-irard Brotberp, Prof. 
O'Rcardoo's Tombleranicon, and grand trap i> 
p-.tfoimauoe by Harry Olaike aod M'lle Laura. 
In order to obtain seats it Is accessary to reerve 
tboro, or to pot to an appearanca aomfl time bsfoie 
tbe curtain rises. 

Opera Night — California Theatre.— 

To-morrow nigat Midline IoezFabbri will appear 
in ber great obaraoter of Loorezia Borgia, in tba 
opera of tbat name, copported by Blgnor Piatro 
Baoeai, Sg.or Urlandiai. Miss Anna Kizer and 
others. Tbeo Is sure to be a lirge and faahiona- 
bla andieooe. 

Benefit to Th ma3 Maguibe,— Not un- 

freaoenlly wa are r'Qn>etsd to advocate tbe claims 
of this and tbat ooe ti a pnblio benefit, when lo 
reality tbat task Is an Irksome onr. It is with a 
fir different feeling tbst wa aononnoe th at on Frl- 
d»y erencg next Manager Magnirewill be reoipL 
•otof a benefit tendered bim by the representa- 
ives of tbe oparatio, dramatlo and minstrel [pro- 
tections In tbli city. Both tbe pnblio and the pro- 
fession owe much to Mr. Magolra. It is In a great 
measure dne to bis rffirts tbat Sao Fracoi-eo 
holda bar prefect h-«b rank among tbe oitle* 
aa a patron of mneic and the drama. Whsn 
ha haa made moaet, ba baa htld it 01 If as 
ateward of the publ c, aod lsriehed it with a 
prinoely bsnl lo furnish them witb more enter- 
taioment. In snab a testimonial aa tbat whioh la 
to be tendered bim on Friday rex', all will be glad 
to jtio. Th? opera of "Va Ballo In Mssobera'' 
will be performed by a fall company at the Opera 
House, acdagreitbiil wi'l be presented at tbe Al- 
bambra Tbeatr*, tbe company being augmented 
by a hoat of rolootesrs. 

Bella Usios Theatbe.— Moore and Bray 

in aong and dance. Tommy Barton In cbsracte 
soagr, Frad Ritchie In Datcb imprrsonations 
Mlaa Jcanle Jchaean.Jbhn Woodard, Matt Kelly 
Tommy Bree, Mlaa Fanny Garralaon aod otbsra In 
tbe pleasing extravaganza of "the Fate," and a 
great variety of otber performaoosa will be pre- 
a au'.ed at tbia favorite theatre to-aigbt. 

BrcELEY'ts New YABiEnEa.— T be extrava- 
ganza of The Oircsaaian Slave Mart" is wocde<- 
rolir popt-lir at this boaie. Itw.llbe pl-yd »r- 
Lipbt 10 coi janctim wltb eketobes by Morttmo e 
da: ces by Mlaa Margie Brewer, acta by Parke, Dix- 
cn. aod Morton, and other apeoisltiea speo fied on 
oar Br;t page. 

The Garxbalm Guard Ball.— Tbe Bixtb 

g'snd annual ball of tbis ponlsr company will be 
a vea at Fl.it. '» H-li tbis evening. The officers 
of tbe frigate Garibaldi will participate in tbe 
festivities. 

aUUTOKaCAL MrtXDaf.— One Of the IDOSt 
ooajplata aollectiona of tbe kind In the felted 
•tatea, comprising nuidrvda of oo*lly and beao- 
litn.'. wrx models, te daily on view (to aentlemes 
»"ii> a: tba Mnteom 00 Moniaomerr scraat. As 
h.T t»» ba orof.Ublr »wst bin. 

Woodward's Gabdex8 To-day and to- 
morrow tbe pvotim m 1 of "I hi Msgio Trumpet, ' 
"ffso era Oblue'c." an 1 tbe exbibltion of Prol 
Ornat'a trained aniaorls wll be among tbs oam- 
erans attrsctloca of! -red . 

Golden Gate Pare.— Those who drive 
•at to the new park shon'd visit The Villa which 
has jo ft been opaced Here the? will find four 
pabifc parlor* aod ten private dialog rooas Goldo 
Mangenberg A Oo tbe proprie to raget op epicurean 
breakfasts, dinners and suppers at short notice. 

The Cldtf House.— Captain Foster, tbe 

genial host of tbeOliff Lions*), entertains visitors 
from all parte of the Globe at bie famous sea-side 
resort, lbs Cliff Honse is THE one thing Ban 
Francisco bas to boaat of as different from any- 
thing else In the world. Omnibosss run every 
day from the serainoe cf tbe Lone Mountain 
Railroad. 

He .=.— Four weeks raiov weather have 

"been too ranch for tbe Oswra Home pre j actors, and 
tbe? have enconmbad to tte elements atd sua" 
pended operations until Spring. In tbe meantime 
monetary cegot- ->ns are being entered into to 
continue tba wo. ,ben settled weather seta io 
Hatebitgs.thejYose.rite Pioneer, aUted in his 
lectare on Thareday night, tbat be bad received a 
lctfrfrom Yostmite in wbleb Ik was atatcd that 
niot fattof snow lay lo tbe valley, which is two 
t eat mora than ever accumulated, there b store. 



EASTERN OR.-rrUTIC NEWS. 

In New T.rk, batloeas oontfooed at latest dates 
ranch the same as it was when we m ids oar aam- 
mar; la t Saturday. At tbe Fifth Avenae. "The 

Parrieida" retaiaed tbe boatdi At Boeth'e 

Theatre. Ohmf ran was playing ia "KU"snpp)tted 

by Mr Patsmaa and Miaa Btl's Paaemso The 

Olympio Theatre was olosed on the lloi a id r«- 
opeced on th 231, worn the new C Jnstmea seo- 
aation dramatisid by Frsd Lyster, f nro a story by 
Cbirlsa Dioksns. and entitle) "Gabriel Grub; or, 
the G >blios who stole tbe Scztoa," waa produced : 
The characters were auaiaiLed by tbe members 
0' the Mijiltanaud Baynor families, as fallows: 
Polly Dark, Poll/ Grub. Melasine, Tanodnrbott. 
and tbe Saooy Fly, br Vm Marie Majihoo: 
Mdlls. Nadelgemobr, by Mils Osrrte klajilton; 
Nat Dark, Mr. Golightlr, Gabrie' Grab aod Mst- 
cofax. br Mr. Harry Bayoor; Luke T«lst. Jix- 
Mistisgrfp, and Forcep>n o, Mr. Ouarlas Majiltoi. ; 
Anky Siecder, X t, Aotannae, and Gbarrh. Mr. 
Obaa, Baynor; Frank Dark, Nip.and Piyifai, Mr. 
Frank Magllton; Iha Mysterloas :tranger, Mr* 
Jamisrajlo'.... ItNiblo's. TasOhUdrea In The 
Wood" promised to run a week or two more 

'Lad Antral" oonttoaed the attract ioo 

at Uatoa Sqasre Thnatra At the Grand 

Opera Hoaes "Hamptj Dumpy" la doing welt 

On Obr stnas £ve, "L«s Hngaenots" 

was psrformtd at tbe Academy of Musio 
with Mile. Christine Nilsioo as Valentine, on the 
fo lowing eveolog "Aids" waa giv a, and on Fri- 
day evening. Miss Nilasen t >ok ber farewell bene- 
fit At W" llok'a theatre, Bonoicaolt's new 

oomady entitled "A Man of Honor" was prodoo d 

on ihe22od At the Metropolitan Theatre, the 

Ohrittmu specialty was "I he Nj mph of the 
Grotto," witbSim Rickey, Master Barney, Ket- 
ch urn, and others in the cast At Wood's Mne- 

enm,**Oaerry and Fair hUar" was the matinee bill, 
B. L. Davenport appeared ia the evening in 'Jack 
Oade" At the Broadway Theatre, "The Wo- 
man In White" with Wybert Reere as Count 
Foaoo, contlnoed to ran.bot Id poor basin ees... 
At the Theatre Ooniiaae, 'The Indian Box Mys- 
tery" wasa greatattraotien. The Christmas pan- 
tomime was Tell Tale Tit;" Delahsnty >ndHen~ 
gler, and Miss Kitty O'Niel bad rejoined the com- 
pany At Bryant's Optra Honse "Cinderella" 

was the Obrietmaa attraction At Toay Pas- 
tor's, the Christmas par tomime was entit ed 
''Goosey Goosey Gander;" Harry Thorae, olown 

and partomimist, appeared is it Queries R 

Thorne, the veteran manager azd actor, who has 
been confined to his resi tnaein Seveoth avenns 
by protracted illness for eomttims past, is oan - 
valesolng. 

"Tbs Naiad Qjeen" Is having a splendid ran a t 
the Boston Theatre: lhe fjil^wing items, gath- 
ered frsm tbe Boston Advertiser, may prove ic- 
teieslicg; "Tbe Naiad Qaeen" was first prodnoed 
in America at Barton e Tbeatie. Pailadelpbia, ia 
1840, wltn Barton as Schaapps and Charlotte 
Oaahman as Lnrlioe. Its fl at Boston psrformanos 
ivas in 1UX. at tbs Old National. In IF43 It waa 
revlvid at tbe same theatre, with J. R. Vinaant as 
Sobnappe. Mrs. J. B. Vincent (now a popular 
member of the Boston Museum) as Bridget, and 
Kmily Mes'ayeras Lailine. Ia May, 15* , It was 
performed at tbe Boston Theatre, with Agma 
Perry taow Mrs. J. B. Booth) as Sir Rupert. Mr- 
aad Mr?. Gcmersal aa Schnapps aod Idcx, Mrs* 
Frank Mayo as Larl ne, and Loaia Aadrioh as 
Atnpbibeo. 

J.K. Emmot has been playiog in "Frill" at the 
Waioat-s.reet Ibcatrt, Puiladelpbla, acd th* 
pipsrs bave tbe following oomplimentsry notices 
of Mr. Gaslei'a play : 

Ton II* raid esys : "Frilz, oar Cousin German," 
divestea of its sensational sitnations, is as stupid 
a play as can readily be f:nnd." 

The Telegraph obietvee : "Mr. Gayler'a play wilj 
set takes very high rack as a work of ex\ bat ft 
answer* the purposes af ita oreation ia affording 
Mr. Kmmet a camber of sol mated soenes ia which 
be tan employ but accomplishments to advan- 
tage." 

Mr. Artbnr Obeney will commence bailding the 
Globe Theatre, Boston, on the old site next Feb- 
rnary. 

"Tbs Geneva Cross" was prodaoed at tbs New 
National Iheetre, Washington, on tbe2>nd. 
' A Flash of Ligbtaiag" was the Ohriatmas at- 
riotica at the Arob Street Taestre, Phils. 
"J. ok Harkaway Among the Brigands," was the 
Oh r strain novelty at Wood's Maseam, Pb lad>l- 
phls. 

Mr. Sothern c mmenoed an engtgement at tbe 
Academy of Mot io, Ob k ago, on tbe 22nd. 

M i«s Jane U.ombs will oommtnee an engagement 
at tbe Clrmplo Theatre, St. Lonis.oo Jan.Stb. 
Tte Ljdia Thompson Tr .ape are In St. Lanta. 
Messrs. Biker and Farroj will oommeooe an 
engage rent ak ths Olympio Theatre on Jan. Sth. 

The N. Y. Mercury thoa tails nhit killed a vari- 
ety Theatre : D;e 1 suddenly 00 the llib.afiera 
spasmodic existence of »Uven nights. Desgle's 
Loaisville Variety Theatre. Tbe cause of tbia 
sodden demise was wrstobed management, no 
money, and a girat deal of blow. The proprietor 
west to Oiooinaatl to git mocey to pa* the com- 
pany, and dating bis absence some of torn ^alud 
on the bnslnesa man to get tbeir eatery, aod foawrj 
that the entire reosipie of tbat night had beeo 
used to pay bis board. Some of tbe people we e 
nnder bsavy expanse in getting here, and feel 
justly indignant. 

Mr. Edwin Booth will play ao engagement at 
the DsBar's Opera House, St, Louis. Ia Febraary. 
TbeSaa Kraociacs Mlostrsls were at tbeG.obj 
Theatre, Chicago. 

Salvioiwill play at DeBar's Opera House, St. 
Loais , for one wtek from Jan. 12th . 

John aod Migtle Fieldiog are engaged for Mor- 
timer's Varieties, Philadelphia. 

The * Vokee" are daooing and singing into tbe 
pocket? of tbe good New York peopla, who love to 
e*e tbe "Child-en in tbe Wood," aod a "Tillain 
of the Deepest Dye." 

Tbe Ph ladelphla theatres are reported sa doiag 
"vary badly." 

Cbailes Thorne, Jr., of tbe Union Square Thea- 
tre Company, meeting the Herald oritlo, Mr. 
Sellbeimsr, on tbe 17th, at a restaurant In tbe vi- 
cinity, •truckhim between the eyes aod ine-a-- 
taneously placed bim bora de combat. This was 
erased by the critic having previously expreased 
an opiaioo of Mr. Thorne, not at all flattering to 
his social etstas. ..^aawawl 

Ruj-al critlci as a rale iosplra awe and venera- 
tion, bat the sapient dramatlo scrbs of a Porko- 
iK>iia joax*a\l,ei tks UU,tuaMt tie entire cr.- 



assion en a broad grin by the following astound 
leg effusion nletlve to Cliftea Taylsaie, tbe w<U- 
knowa mmsgsr: "When a man named Taylor 
spall* hs name Tayiearelt looks as though bts 
early sdeoatlan had been ofgleited. 

John £ Owens and troupe hsv* temporarily 
c-aaed traveling, owing to a fall sustained by Mr. 
O are oa, at Newark, oo tbe 18 b, In "ToodUe." He 
•' jared bis iploe, sod may not recover forweek'. 
Uiaanffaring* aregreit, >nd he ia ccnstao'Ij ua- 
der tba icflaaooe of opiates. 

Wilko's Spirit of the Tinas says: Ed-nund 
Leathea, who was utility maaa' tbe California 
Tkaa're, 6aa Frmoisco, for two yeer\ at-d was 
ar! vised to le.vo tbe a* age about cine months sg) 
recently appeared at tbe (Jiaeo's Theatre, Lon- 
don, aa ihsbsro In the "Wandering Her. n anil 
met witb Immediate recognition as an n< tor of 
merit. U .w laaoratable are the ways of Provi- 
d aeo*. 
AagastaDa-g3n,Glob*. Chicago. 1 9 .h. 
Bythereotot demise of an uncle at Altbover*, 
Hangs, -y. Mile. Uaolola Klralfy, premier d msaaae 
lloogro se, cow at the Boston Theatre, Inherits a 
p-o.er'r valoed at 120. 'OJ tbol;rs. Lucky Kiralfy. 
Mr*. t> P. Biwers, Savannah, Jaaaary o.b, foor 
nights. 

Edwio Boctb, Waloot, Philadelphia, 29tb two 
waaam, 

los Marpby, N»rfolk, Va.. Jan. 19.20, 31. 
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fl irenos bave bsen engaged 
for 'be New National, Wa'hinttJn, to produce 
tbeir asw play of "Oomi^g Home" early after the 
holiday vacation. 

Lawrence Barret*., under Alex. Oa lboan, 
Charleston. Jan. 5, 6 7 asd 8; Savannah 9 b, Hth. 
Carl>ttaLLOl-irtq, Udieo*polU, 29 ih oce weak; 
Olympic, St. Lonfs, Febraary 2, one week. 

The New York V .rioties has the following ; Ada 
Rjnaao and Johnny Hsrt now do a beantlfol car" 
p t ao;. Ryman Iiys eo the floor and baUoocs 
Hart on *ne lsg. They are getting along wond^r- 
folly, sl.hoagh Ryman has a b.d babit of dr pping 
bls"pard ccoaaionallf ." 

John Pocabontas Smith has applied for the po- 
sition of postmistress at *■ quedonck, N. J. He ia 
reoommended by Frank Bea. 

JohaT. R'.ymocd, Vaiietie*. New Orlean", Jan. 
6tb, for protraoted stay. 

Barney Williams and Billy Florence are on 
Broadway from eleven in the morning, till five in 
the afternoon, "dressed to k 11" all the wbila. 

Erery time Charley Thorne goea down Broadway 
the newspaper oritioa invjlantarlly cover tbeir 
asset with their haada. 



BT5H 



OPIBA EOtlSE. 

Btbibt between Mootgomery and Kearny. 



OVERWHELMING SUCCESS 



la tils Beictlful Temple cf Mneic, of tbe 



Liijman'e Grtat Discovery, 

Propably no o j*tt has ca led forth more 
prtpatat'ODb tian th t of retoring and bean- 
ftyfylng human balr, aaa among all, J.Lp 
mail 'a wonder ul reetcr't stands beyond 
qneitlon at the head for efficiency and petfeot 
safety. This Isaesott^ly free from Sagar of 
Lead or Lac Snlphar, and ntTar falls lop o- 
daoe the effect d aired; require! no ottier pre- 
pa'tt.on; Is ea lly applltd, and 1b, without 
doubt, tbe simplest, best and cheapatt hair re* 
s'oratlvs in nse. Sold by all drruglsts. Oenr> 
»1 Agent?, Obaa, Langlay h Oo„ Wholesale 
Drnggl- ti, San Fratclaca . lv 



T*he Oriental "Wine House. 

QentLmen of tw.e ara lavltii to Tialt tbe 
nnrlvsled and tie a* t e • ta bllshment, tt 297 and 
229 Baah Et. betweea the Cosmopolitan, and 
Occidental Hotel'. The long experience of the 
proprietor, J, E. B'ehards, in tbe bn^lnep, la 1q 
it oil a garai t e of the excellence of the wines 
and liquors he dispenses, and although but 
recently open«d, it already commands the pat- 
ronage of ear beat oitteeaa. i2-d 

1 Woodbine" 



Oo Where lite 
Twinetb. 
And partake <t tbe lexnr ee tj be found 
ther>, Tbe 'be t of seasonable bbt ponefaes 
of all kirds, "wondeifol" luxclei tvery day 
and Di t Lt Private parlors, gentlemaoy treat 
merit by t'-ie proprlttor of tbe "Wcodblne.*' 
Geo. CoIIIb, Ko. 1 Morton ttrett, one doer 
fram the iTdtt thorjugbfaio— Kearny etreet. 
Call! "*; "■* libh 



n. Peyser, QIO Montgi.mcry Street. 

Wleheptj inform bie friends and cmtoxers 
tbat be baa removed back again o his old 
tteud, bas enlarged bis itore, and has on band 

tbe obeapeet a'd finest stock of Hen's, Tonth'a 
and Boy's Clothing ever openet. In this city; and 
also, a fine st ick of Men's and Boy's Furnishing 
Goods. Don't farg't tbe Lumber. Call before 
examining elsewhere. lly 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Sayings Union, 

£8* California St.. cor. TrFebb, 

F'f'R THE HALF TEAR, ENDING WITH 
3lst D»oemb.->r, i873, a dividend has been de- 
clared, at tbe rato of Nine (9/ per oent. per an* am 
od Term Deposits, and fitven and one-b^il (To 
d> r cent, per an rum on Ord-nary DeposltB, free of 
Federal ( ax, pjyvble on bfter 12'b Jauuarr, 374. 
By Crder. L- ■ VJi LL V> H1 1 B. Cathler. 

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DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Savings & Loan Soc'y. 

THE BOARD OF DIUKOTIO.V OF THE 80- 
-L oiety bave declared the dividend for ibe seo' 
on J ball year of 1ST J, *cdin« tbis date, st tbe rat* 
of nlnt (9) per cstt. per mn m on Term Deposits, 
and 8tv en and one-calf (Ifa) per cent, per annum 
oa Ordinary Dapssit*, froe of K-dtrl t-x. [.arable 
on and aft.-r Jjnuary 15, 1.-7 (. Br order, 

GKit. LETTK, becietsry. 
j»2-2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

California Savings &Loan Society, 

SIS CALIFORNIA. STREET, 
Guarantee Capital. 0800,000. 

THE DIREO ORS OF THE ABOVE I OOT- 
ey bave declared a dividend of ten (10) dt 
oe; t, per anuum on term deposits, and eigut (8) 
paroent peranunm on ordlnar* deposite, For tbe 
terrnendi g^lst December, 1673, lr*« from Fed- 
r> r al tax, and payable on ana after 5th Jaotmy, 
1674. By order. D B CHISHOL&f, Sto'y, 

d29 t]31 



PERSONAL. 



JOLIA.-YOD CAN GaT ALL SIZES FERRG- 
t>pes Piotnree Ulcei and Qoisbed in ten u>ln- 
ntea,raln or eblne. at Wlbo £ ALLEh'a. Ss8 
Kearny street. A t psoialty made In Ink pictures. 
Yonre, DAVISON. de22-Im 



wax flowers bair uow.-rs and fancy work tauga 
for *5 per month. Switooee, cml*, straightening 
tanslol bair, weaving, combicg', st- arnirjR carls, 
• to., etc., all for |.v, awitobes made from 6.' cents 
upwards: side-curia steamed for 15 cent . ; all kindj 
&f work dons to order obeap families or elasaea 
taught in tbe city or across tbe bay on reasonable 
terms. Partiss wishes t j take lessons or have work 

done Bbotald take advantage of tbe time I am here, _ . ., - ,. , 

aslleavefor Enrope la a ahorttiue. sio l-a StaUg_04 to IOO Oa a^afarket. 
"-'.wrJ street, bet New Montgomery and Second. ***" 

dais-la I 



SUSAN GALTON & JENNIE LEE'S 

OPERA BOTJFFE. 

Burlesque and Comedy Troupe. 

SATDKDAY AND SUNDAY EVENINGS JANUARY 3 and 4 

To commerce Willi the oew adfiptttloD of PIoVfob* riOTel of "Oivld CopperBeld." Jn 2 ict. by 
Geo. F.ffce t Howe, a; perform d w.th sao lrjunen'6 iuctoss »t ;rje Uaion.rlqaaje ' 
TUeatre, New yor«, eot tl?a 

MICAWBER i HEEP ! 

BISTBIBUTIOII OF CIIAEACICttS : 

DAVID OPPEKFIELD JtJLE K0BINE0N 

MR. W1CKFIFLD H D TH0M p s0N 

WILKIS. HICAWBE* j OUN Bow .™ 

MB. TBADDLES WIL1 IK rimL> 

1IHIAI, MVW _ W1LIIK SIMMS 

JffJcem a " F - BO B*ra"- 

OHFIUKKO BAEDY ind PL«KR 

BE 1"J. ™I*?.°. D - "'88 FABRY YODNO 

MISS ESTHBB WILLIAMS 

MISS L. VAVA600B 



AOBBS WIOKFIELD.. 

MBS. MIOAWBBB 

YOUNG WILK1NS... > Mlc»»b«'« l 

EMMA I Children. I 



nfUK'ffKK. 



OB.CHE4THA 

To oonolade the sparkling Uttlo Place de Beautince entited 

BEAUTIFUL FOREVER! 

Jr«« CW ^ TOy "; WILLIE SIMMS 

TOM... .his aervabt aoflH eowSOK 

MBS. SIMfLErON MI8S FANKF yoUN ^ 

" aebambermaid Mia g JKWNIB IEE 




The Piano Used In triis Tneatre is from Sherman & Hyde's. 

»7~ OPERA GLASBES TO LET at the Stand in the Lobby. 



Heppy Wcw Year. 

For Ben Bona aod Mtttos fcr your New 
Tear's title, go to "The UadiLg Candy 
Store," George Htae & Go's, 20 Ktamy street, 
Dear Market. Their di.-ploy of holiaay fancy 
goods will tot vlly eclipse any former rxolsltlon 
of this very popular firm. Tin y have also im< 
port:d the most eiegaat aseoitm^it of Franoh 
Candy Boxes and Cornucopias tver teen Id tbis 
oity. ^^_^^_ 11- b 

Asa X-i Waugaman's Pfc^v Sa- 
loon, 

Corner of Hal'e'b and L<?'desf?orfl streets. 
Large aod camtnodioai saloon cett ally loca- 
t*d, wit j ante-roome, supplied with lhe best 
brands or Liquors and Clare; bOTut.'Ous hot 
lnnoh— bis great specialty— 'eiv<jrl from 11 a, 
m, to 2 p. u , ana a coll Inarh al:erwar Je. Drop 
In aDd "be pstiafled." 12bb 



GOOD WORK, LOWPKICES. 




COLD-ROOM VARIETIES. 

Sixteenth St., Cheyenne, WyonaJnar. 

J4MES W ALLEN Proprietor 

JOHN W. DUNNE basinesa WLanaaar 

HABBY SPB10QS .JuS 5snS« 

HA8JTJ8T I1EEIV JtKFITTBD 
aod reopened for tbe Fall and fViDter Sea- 
sen with a nrfit-clnss Company, embracing Barry 
Spriggs, the sreat obaraoier notor; Harry Lor- 
rjiDe, B.Uf Forest, Mr. J. W. lionoa. Miss Lnev 
Hall, Miss Minnie Taris, Miss Nellie Sejmonr, 
Mlaa Jeonle Logan, Frank Holley, George Tobler 
acd Charles Mi.l.r. and a fall and emoient or- 
chestra. 

•9- Lady talent oomirg Beat oan always seonre 
ecgagementi by apD'yicg (o J. W. ALLEP.. P r ~- 
prielor. Ot)0D SAL »BlES PAID. se24-3m 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VtKiUlrlA OiTTr. DITADA, 

JOHN PIPER PBOPBIBroB 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

SAtBAUMTO, (11. 
JOHN PIPEE 



SHOW BILLS A SPECIALTY. 



ALFALFA! 

IVK'W CROP. 

FOR SiLE. OHOIOK LOT <jF FINB OALI- 
(ornia-ir.jWD A If. Us. ia lota to suit, tor casb. 
at market rates. Our setd. nolikt i bat imported 
from Ob>le, is fine and f re - frnni Ala^tard or otber 
foreign seed. Vegetable, Flowtr ^Ld (iraas Seed, 
etc., eta. 

GO, OOO Btimle Plnntt. 

100,000 GumTrees 

Fine Plants, 7r«es, Bolbp, >nfl a'l rticles lo tbe 
line, frith and gocd. 6pl:Ldid : took. 

F. E. MCO' K. 
Seedsman and Flo'ist, 485 W.a:biogton etreet, 
San Hranciroo, OaHf^mia. c5-lm 

r- Se ul fur new Untnl tfne. 



GOOD WOUK ! LOW PKICJBS ! 

LOVEJOY &~VT|LLIAIV1S, 

NEW PBOIOGBAPnK OALLERT, 
188 Kearny street, opposite White Hoase. 

JO. WILLIAMS (LATB OF BRADLEV A 
• Rolr.fson'*) and W. K. LOVb JOY date" of 
VaogtanV) baviog asscoiatcd tbemselves to- 
getner. ec licit tbe patronage of >belr friends and 
tbe pnbl'o gsnerally, and hope >htir long experi- 
ence will bagnarantee that they trill do Orat-o aes 
work. de^- m 



Lessee 

BOTH THESE ELhGANT TH - ATRE8 OAff 
be rented by the aigbt or week. Stars and 
traveling uompanies iibsral'y treatidwith on ap- 
olicatioa to JV JUA j?a.Jr*£a, 

Manager and cole ProprietOf 
Or to J. M. McCAM. 
jn'Mt S8« Both street. San Franofaor* 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTING, 

ELOOOTION AND DEPORTMENT. 
X.A\DI£9 PKEPABED for the STAGE. 

PRIVATE THEATRICALS AND AMATEUB 
prrlormancea direottd, bynla-lyand gentle- 
m&n of more tbao oidmurr uiperieocs For oar- 
ticnlara apply to WK J. H. MoOABK. 

Tbpatrioal Agent, No. 63u Wa-hington i-t,, 
otlO-tt San ifranoisoo. 



. . . .AT. . , , 

McDAKIEL'S THEATRE 

THREE GOOD MRIETY WOMEN 

•W-Talent gdiog East Hill find it to their adv... 
tage before lelTiog Oallfomia to certeepood with 

J. KeBAKIEl, 
°" 9 l«ok Boi No. 1. Ohoieone. Wjorolne. 



G£ORO£ MA-YES, 

DKAIJEK IH Of BTKRS, CLAMB 
andaU kind, o! Kl&fe nsu 
>t.il«Ko«. *0, 41, *», OAbforai. 
M i?V.^ «otranoe on OaiiforD. 1 . etraeL 

rolilic or priTatii parties 
from 6 ' - 

Ois*.T 



16 i.». to u r.M. JLadla.' and O.atluuc'1 
•r Boon ine from C Lit to a ,.» Itmj 



CHRISTMAS CHEER. 

THOMAS P. WALL, 

OF THE.... 

Cosmopolitan Sample Rooms 

No SO TBIUD STREET, 
Haa laid fn a splendid stock of LIQUORS 

For the HOLIDAYN » 

Jamieeon's Marrowbone- 7 ane Diatillei? Dnblin 
"Whliky, ex ehip Hnuboldt: Oleolirat Scotch 
Whisky ; Doable-Distilled Old Bte, b'reepou Die- 
ti.l&T. Piiubarc: Galnness' XXX Dablin btoat; 
Base' Barton Pale Ale. All samples l O cents. 
Hot Scotch A Irish VPhlaki a, I'm Mosjtre. 
da)7 



JrT R E I>. KATZ, 
BEEF ANDFORKv 
BUTCHER, 



^?® 



Tb* most popular Family si ana In the oity, 
pole Till 



CLAY- STREET 

RIOINC ACADEMY, 

831* (luy Street, cor. 
Stockton. 

This is tbe meet dopant 
ar d commodious Kidlnc 
Academy in tbe oity; open 
day and evening. Pattto- 
nlcir attention paid to 
teaching bettinnere. di26-Im 

A. MARSHALL i RETT, Proprietors. 




THOB. W. BREE & CO., 

GOLD and SILYER PLATERS 

^^* afANOPACTUBERB *^fcw— ^A 

s^f eepai'Sehs ^sSaM 
fc2? DRUfflsTBlftJOS.^^aVF 

^E^ — AMB— 

BRASS FOUNDERS & FINISHERS 

.^S^WHlLPyJSS-? 11 th *' Eao J° *&& Drnm. SaS 
MISSION STREET, bat-ween Krai aod Second. 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo ^Banjos (or Pro- 
esBionals alwars on hand. ia!5 tf 



CANDIES!^ 
JUL. i 



CANDIES! 



a. Msaonn 

Mannf sctores eTery deseriptioo of 

CABfUIES. TVhoIeaule and Keto.lL 

518 Koarn, 8L, between Sacramento and Oali- 

Itmia. lalin Second .tr.et, between 

Minna tod Netoma. nol-lm 



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T.l. XIX. R. 1 



FIGARO 



CALIFORNIA TflHATRl. 



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SELLA UNION THEATRE 



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ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 



NAIAD OUEEISn 



Places of Amusement 



n ui mixcnco. 



CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 



n ik* rui 



8KNERALLY THROUGHOUT THK CITY 



enn" s^BssmwSFAeABw) It* IneBBestsf ejekaeleA ■ •»*»■.•*• fMH *■•» •»*•• I 

REMMELSBURG SISTERS, 
lVI'I^TLiHJ 3VCA.F1.XID C3-A.TJC3- AI1>J" 

AaW 

THE WONDERFUL GIRARDS, 

la I*** MlMMBM triiM«v» Nttr MMMfti 



OF MT. DIABLO. 

TMl» I JAHIART S 

Tk» r in ■■■■ «ai *»«,,. 
Mill (Ml IIMII MINsI 



PROF. O-RBARDOIV, 
Wonderful Tumblcronican Performer. 



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THE PAlkT 






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IMMORT 

n ft MtM El. I IK wii.Toi 

t tha q>hi. ... 

.e»pa. IIM MtdAII HOOK* 

ik* hm- 

»♦.. •U.k». MtK-S MtK.IN. •• i if int. MI>BE-M J. ktAfTLEY. F 

KKhifKY. MAO ill: Ml hi'iu ud ottm 

^ynoposlM of M<-on*»r>- nnd Ii*<*l«l«*iitM. 

Act I 8m**1>*.— Gothic II ill, I* RrrKttT "i OAfTLE *<o»ii« 11 — Ttaa Lo-|le Bert. 8*eo* J1 — '•••ro nn tha Sank, of 
lb* Main*. Prof. 0'K-*.il-» In 1.1 • W <*■•....- -fa. Tw «h<» «•!«•« i f-rf .mine* S -n« Ilk.— Th* Urott) oe 
tn* Hblne aaJ JVa.ed'a Kid rt .llcl *f ih* to. m \ Ur.nu, mi-oiujitc tl* Rrnnelibeil "Jiattr. and Lotpid* BaJ al 
ErM«Tk|l«a>i. 

II v«n«|tt.- , M *Cimi8l<f* "«.T<»1. ftiai* M -Th* HloUctlf 1I*'I. of l.nrl-l OirfMli BtallaH. 

I h- K<-M«i-'«h-n »lM»r., Mar" Omn', Thirty Orp«<H K» '|*t l»v: « nf th- Nan 1 Nymph*. Om«ral l„b *>•■■. 

At III K.v. i-7 ll-ix in LOBCQAtHtSt 0**1X8 8«.iif. 2.1 — tnta-Uft -Oi-r la th* >>*,>tU. scene J) — Th* Or-atal Obao.- 

b*r b*e««tO >b ■ team*. Lr*«- H»iU by in* t«irar<l Brolhcn. Boaoe 4'. a.— Unfile Oaaoibtr. Hon* Mh — Oarebe.t.a 

i triad ■••»» oocupo nc tJa eotradep'.b of mi stiffs.) Qnand Unrh nftk* Aaniania*<l W<trllk,« Tab- 

1 *•-•!. 

A-t IV. B««r* l«t -hiT'.rcf th- O.-ia. Sc--- Laat — The Ot'tla. Approach of lb* Amixoae ap«o tba dalle. Iba 
!>*l«d ••*>■ fft'<n*ri an * for«lT*». Thr C «a*!e F. il-iuhfrf. Hum* nf I'.r *» tlrtd (jux-vu. 



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Ka'r.M'N 

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CMCLE J I MM VISIT. 



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BUVBLKItOIB 
Comic *».»■•; 



■ftafjarl* K--II* 
«a>d Dikli: HUOIH * NIAff 
EtMta B*- trisaaia 



GRAND 'NAIAD QUEEIP MATINEE 

OJSF JS J ^'X , "0"3FlX> J iat"5r. 



THE TOURISTS. 

ElfAarvoti Barton Br««....CaMlfj.... .An*., 

II a. II a al l.-tira. Bvrrat 

SPIRIT TABLE. 
K-|lf ....rtiekarton And ,...BiUbt# 

Vat al Hh«l*k*i - T*nmy Vm m tmm* 

To OODClttdi wllb tb« l-D»ib»Ui« 8>.t b of til 

Coal Heavers. 

Ohf.r»ot»ra * b* tba Conpirr 



EGO NOGG 

....AVt>.... 

Turkey Free 

... Oft.... 

Christmas and New Tear 
Days, 

J3LT tub two 

Hot Scotch Saloons, 

(38 Sutter Street, 

And 336 Bush Street 

BOTH KEiB KEARJIY. 

TTat only aed or rnnal HOT SOoTOHS. Tbo 
oolr plaoaa la tbia itr triors par« aad i-Liolrionm 
l.'infi *f- r-'alU-t at ih" atindiril prloa of 10 
♦nt'. Wh.ikf P«aob-a. rjOa-JirnjH, * apaciaU,. 

j. D. itnwi. - : -s * roppiNo. 

Propn-nr of tb* Pripnatota of 

rlkU«r.8u«tt ftAloja I Baab-^iraat bilisn. 
dolft-tf 






Attention, (jooa -fiiyers! 



MB, P. 
Drooriotor of t 



Oo-fj: 
Bran 



_ lb* Mi 

Tr-f-'lai *'f 

ice oo Mark 



•i90dVa.ro, 

Oba-i-a.*' 

MINERS' 1 * 

E81 

let* 

Op«t. ram S a.m. to 



FORMERLY 

■ 

a makwramant 

■ -■ ■ 

I to* M oafa' i. 

Oor Billr ot f«.r< 

c.c.-i of (no aokooo. On 

Good Uooklac » tul Modara'* 

, BKBOE1 A CO. 

RESTAURANT, 

ant* fiSdi Oomioorcial, ft* 

Mar Lai atraat . 

10 p.m. t*78.tf 



MANNIBTO'S OYSTER GROTTO 

if)Q PINE B "., balow KRARNY. 
***WCJ *-« r Lid'aa aad Gaailemao 



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Manning Pan Roast 

It NKW ud tb* Mo.t D.lioioo* Dlab Id th. 
Ontor llni. 

ateut Applied For 

A. W. HANNIMe, Proprietor. 

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CENTRAL 



NB. IIS Orary Mtreet, beat arcaaiotfa- 
tloaa for Famlilaa Id tb* CJity. PrlraU Kn- 
BtHM for Ladiaa. Hair OattlnC. Bh»TlDf SSd 
jWHm ***log. uhl'dru'd Hair a.atlf cot. Ladlta' 
ShkHpftoinfW—nU. L. 0OHK1VEAO. 

Ftdtrtator. 



ATTENTION J0LUNTEEE8. 

Ail oitiroffini voi.u^tberu ot,. 
«B«n.d IB Arlson, N.w M.x'4% or 

tM » ■* L * m » *** —— k—flE Mml * 



EL DORADO POLISH 




Do Not Fail to get a Package; It Cleans SILVER, 

TIN, BRASS and all METALS, Removes 

Spots from SILKS or other FABRICS. 

MECHANICS' TOOLS!! 

Dis8torTs Saws. New and Wdll-Assorted Stock, 
Bailey's Patent Iron Planes, 

Combination Plow, Match & Fifister, 

■Improved Patent IronBiock Planes, 
Morse's Patent Twist Drills, 

Addis' Carving Tools, 

Barton's Millwright Tools, 
Pat. Iron Mitre-Box, Pat. Angular Borer. 

GLOBE HORSE-SHOE NAILS, 

Patent Portable Blacking Case for Household Use. 
New Stock of Table and Pocket Cutlery, 

Patent Alarm Money Drawers. 

OSBORN & ALEXANDER, 

614 Market Street Near Montgomery 

•tor« Op*xi *TC11 lO P.. BdU 



To the Unfortunate. 

X*M. GIBBOK't UIIPEKNABT. 

HO. 698 KRARNV BTRBRT. OOB- 
oar of Comaiatcial. H*o Fiaootaoo 
Bntfaoo. on Oonmoroial atroat. KaUb- 
ltab*d in IBM, for tba Iroalmaot ana 
oar* of all diaoaaoa of tb* orlDtry and 

neiiemlivo o ga.a, and all pbjsical con- 

ditiuuiur weakaaBi ooaatqnoDt npoti tbo crrora 
orlffnoraaOo rf tno aexa*. ^kio diaaaa. <of year*' 
lUDdlni) i d ule rttiul i(i aaooaaafolly tr«at«d. 
Tb* tiok and tb* afflict, d Bc.oold not fail to call 
onnii him. The Dooior baa tiavalad *itaoaiTetf 
in Kmpe. and in»pi»oUd tboroofbU lb* t»riooi 
bo^pttala tQora, obtalnlDR aKfeat daal t>f vaiuabla 
information, wbloti ho i« oimpBtoM. to impart to 
tboa« In noad of bla a*rvio«a. Dr. Gibbon will 
mako nocbirco uoUsb ba fll.icia a curr. Addr**r 
DR. J. F. GliiltU.V, Box 19S7. Oan Fiiuoitoi*. 
n«VMl 



POSTBRS, 

Procrunm.e, »nd .11 kind, of PrlntmR for 

■ now, LRcriiiR. nononr, ™» 

ATKE »nil VIKCCS BAJ.V.HllI, 
AT LOW RATKS, BY 

S8» TI.AT ITRBBT. rum 



LEAKY ROOFS, 

fin, Aophaltnni, or Bos- 
ton Maslic 
RBPAIftED. 

Bend ordfrfl lo II. G. FISKE, 
609 Mark t Bireot. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL ffiUSEUK. 

And voll«iie iifHeillflnn. 



Pnblio DAY AND NIOH'I' at. KUUKKA JiALl 
318 Mootfionier7 ttreeL FOB MEN ONLV., 

ariiii. OoitDAN'8 t'uiv*.TH Office 1b at Ell 
Ooiry etroftt (oppoait* old A!«ohanioa' f aTllion). 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Either California or Kaatern Ov*t*rr, 
Oook«d to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'S, 



Btalls fi7, -59 tnd 59 Oaliforola Mirket. 
(Rutrano* oo Pin* Street,) 
•QT Familieaand Beataaranta aappliad at abort 
notice. ill 17-1 m 






3. O. COMBES, 

TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

Cor. Eeennd nnd Tehama atreeta. 

rTarraptn oonitantly on band. 
FOjater* In *v*ry nil*. PRIVATE 
raSUPPKH BOOMS P^B PARTI P». 
deo «-tf 



MORACHAN& LYNCH* 



DEALERS IN 



. . ipen Day 

Famill**, Pub). J and Pri- 



Majk*t,J*n Franc Laoo. 

aBdNlfntTl 

rat* PnrttM, Hot*!*. Bbt^pinf ud 



BmUuxaeU iBVpUtd. 



it»-u 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CHA8. 1. STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 41 7 Kearny Street, 

B«t***n California and Pin*. 
Tbia alaitant raaor*. baa latot, b*an aolarirad, and 
now ountaioa * new Moral tanlra. Tba baat I.tqaor* 
and (Mwa at the Rir. Klv. laraja Hnalr fnrniahed 
roomi, for olnbaaod prlvat* partl»a onttaalroHn 
Urnia and rol**. jaT-Jra 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEJNl" SURGING BREIXERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA t ONS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Sappers. 

BBINO YOUR WIFEI 

BRING YOUR PAMI1.YI 

BRINO YOUR I.AIJY FHIENDO 

ADdPDJOr* Ti.w of th, fin»tt OOKAN PANO- 

KaMA IN WW. WOULD, nil Id tigbt of 

the world-ieao<*D.d 

Golden Gate 

With ft float of whito-winKid ro.MCoff.n sntflrlot 
froratrery pirl of the coium.nlsl world. 

■6T"Npw I.tnn Baa'spn. onnn.otlrR with Rtr««l 
Oath nt Lnn* Motiutrin ervrr IS minutes harpnftor 
for tlinllilf Ho. «• Jjl-lf 



R. MENDEZ, 

No. 19 Ceary Street 

H.H33D LION. 

FKKK AKn BAST every 

] s.i .ir.l.'.v n.enlnr nt 8 o'clock. 

' Bent WId.b end L'Qdorl. The 

'O (I Sifirt" will nl«n,e be OB 

hnnu to m.et bin friends. 

Jntt 



TIIK.ITKI', BIJUTBF.L AMI MM. 
QUF.BADE BIQlIKKMr-MS 

WHOLISAI.F. 

Tlffbtf. Pads. Hnrl.qnlo, Olown nod Aotmn 
Dresses, Weeks. 80.1. rd«e. nnd O-ld end Sllrer 
Triromlngl. NA1HAN JDBKPH A 00., 

ool'l «>" Olsy Street. 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADIKrJ' 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSIN 

liaa Remoted to 
811 WASRINOTON ST., 
Fonr doori balow Btdokton firM 
Hairwork of all Deaoriptiou mad* to ord*c 
Obargaa moderate. J»l» » m 




Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OHAB. T. BEBGOLD, PROPBIKTOB. 



OHOIOEBT KEATS AND 
VMitablttr: Board bj tb* weed. 



THE 
VacdteblaML L 

IOS PINE STBJEET b*twa*n Kearar 



is> 



WELCHMEN AHOY. 

TBY JONBB' SOBBTIIOTE FOE VITBIOt 
Bl.oklot, «ta«4B.uhtt--»ei dsU-lm 



"3 JOOBNAL «r AMnSEMHTTB. 
?*abUabed arair Dai id the Year by 
y ^ B03ARDU8 



L.olow Montcomsrr, S*n KraneUGa. 



MONDAY JANUARY 5, 1874 



&n»tber Ilaml^t. 

Vfilkeii' Spirit or tbe Times stye: 
Eph Horn, tie well-known mintf^J, wbo 
it shortly to >pp-ar «s Han.1 -', bis been a 
Bliftkte, twr.n sci.ultr fur jtarB. hate, not 
choice, le-i him Into the bo. . 
Wben ba fi'B 1 appeared on tbe stage it «*b 
with »ir K--1I) c on any, and be touuRi.t ba 
bad struck it. L'nomme propos-, • t Dteo 
diap bo H - baa DM 1 morn 1 uii-i c ■ k ih*n 
th- otber man in ttie profe sou, I; 
Epb bNtat' 1 (» >s a cs.rp-n.er miib a Tery 
limited k- "*1 tine of orthography, and 
wbr-n i'i> at j,'- feicr a'ri-c . 
61 a copy of A * k.speaie, an-l, lulling to 'ha 
play ut -Ihi: It." cultl bf- ceu on \u* 
fcrn't bo'h t day- of nprirc ensconced b. 1 - 
lua has 1 aily Lrt6, wlti tit lo school-boy 

fur hi- -»ut ti.<3 text 01 

I* a divine- 1 of ra*-" 1- ■. Tonobii g picvurel 
the (u".r-- tragedtaju ojonfoft tau lioea wttb 
Me (<• lp of 1 be 1 r c 1 t t- y who read ihe 
immorc.l Ho b ") t ■ » VbJob diar.k in each 
program aptrorixiu! 

We bear i.at Bun Bioko/ isatadytng tbe 
part of CU.idi M Inotte in "Tbe La 'y >f 
Lyons," and have ljng known that Billy 
Sue son considered Richelieu the part ot 
all otie s in which his ability would be best 
d a, 1 y d. 

Fashions in Wine. 

There are fashions in wine at well ee in 
eTeryhinii alas iu San Fiaoc.830. 8ome_ 
times one brand of champagne u in fautii <& 
ao J is parch 6ci and oVaak by iho-e wbo 
only re.'o^ciiz* it by the label on the bottle. 
Borne time* another has a tjmpor^ry popu- 
larity. Just as silk b-tj are aUaya in 
/asblon, and are al aays worn by a certain 
cbvs, so t' ere is oue br.ind of wioe which 
alwavu b<dJa its re-pn'atioa with oonoois. 
tsars, nn ma'ter how m*ny fancy .bran is 
wlih diring lit eh may be popnTar with the 
get© a) pnblic. Carte D'ur, for which 
Locke & Montague, 112 and 111 Battery 
Street, are >ole .gents, always Im Le'd its 
own, and always will. It is found on the 
table of every good judge of wine whose 
means allow him to purchase the be? t. 



A Noble Co lefir. 

Rumor i-ays tl at the problem of the co- 
• lm-ation of ih» scxts is to be Bolved by a 
Fenobylva'da ot liege, wt.icb joet now is 
rather' mo!et about divulging its name. 
Tbejr-c as in Bimpiy thife. a department of 
cookery is to be e»ta> lieht-d, a Meat kite , en 
to be buil' an an adjunct to the college, and 
the ymog 1 .< y s'uafms, after teaming tbt-ir 
lesEonw in GweV\ LMid, niatb^mati. e. etc., 
are ex.oct. d to prepare dinner for the whole 
eat.bbs uncut. 

Tbe only thing that is wrong about tbi B 
arrangement fe, that all tbe young ladies 
■ho .Id not be made into cooks, beciu-e all 
are not fitted by nature to acquire that no- 
ble art. Some ladies cannot learn to cook- 



Too Thin. 

A Coon' client man receo'ly >bot bis wife, 
and then pretended be was aiming at a stray 
cat. Tbe coroner's jury committed him for 

trial. 



Tne An oat l><iudntr and I>c- 
pi.irim. m. 
Tiuas who appreciate culture will be glad to 
Isarn that ProfrfBcrO. H. Leafer das opened 
an Academy for the pnrpose cf t a:bing, not 
only '.iaa. lot', but tboee graces of deportment 
without which no one can shine In society. Pior. 
Letter la a thorough miirtar of bieart.one of 
the beBtou tdta tldacf tbe Booty Honntalns. 
OlasieKare b* d at Grand Oestral Halt en the 
con er <. t S.xth and Maakct ttretie on Mocdeytf 
and ThurBdfcjs. 

Tiio Panic is over 

Boi It ot" Itjfft it'i" 'ff-fc's i' the creit deprea- 
■ton to b "in- >■ - m'cuxbout fj« Ea t rogt t-s 
California «lth it cm cur>euc> ins e*. aped 
fit 'fly a (i tne con>< qa<-nce 1* b.t maoy 
ftrngeri 'r> m 'b" EkBt ae -e n walkliu oar 
*tr<H-th, **b-> fl d t e cHm«tn calubri as a.id 
fluaurta 1 tea tby oDdi'lon Th y also find 
tb at llv 1 g la eh ap-r t ^re for prouf or wMcb 
ro t > L nix Meyet'K White H 'U«e Re>* aurtnt 
113 Kevnj tt rear P.b. where the mojicboic- 
aacata aud v<|i ttblea are s rve-d In every 1 tvle; 
and yet 'b*- trice* a e reaaouable. l'j*b 



Important to esmokers. 

F*w men Id San Frinci co are awate tbat 
be en'en rl-iDrf firm of Kaun & Hiaa are em- 
ploylnif white f. mates labor In tbe mannfac- 
ture of ttieir OI«:ar«. Tbe very bett mat rial la 
ua d 1 tain a abWbmvn . 0*11 aod conTlnoe 
yonr--lf at 178 Uarit t ltn-et, between Third k 
Fonrtb -tr-tt. finest branda Havana Clgara 
oonatant>y on hand. 11-x 

IXi i>..i a)aajEI"t»a trom coma, 

The oof irtnnate BUffereru from Carna, Bun. 
losa, Clab and tn^rowlzig Kails, can findlnBiant 
telle! by applying at Dr. B. H. Oowan'a Instt- 
tate. si'' Eearny "treet, from 1 'o 6 p.m. We 
a*t*ak from experience. h&Tmg U"U>d the Doc- 
■vr*B capability* BetereDcee vivec Ureqalrea. e 



I>r. Donorty 

Has de-ruMd !iiH study more parrtcvlarly to 
obrooto and spectCo practice, and a- snob Is 
Bow tbe moat r-oooeafital of any Physician is 
Ban Francisco. Uffce 619 tjacraments atreet, 
corner of LelA*«doi-fi. a few doora nelow Wbat 
0h«.er Bonar T 



Thirteen Uara EulablUhcd, no* Blch 
Yell Why 1 

B*o*ueo do (in rbiuot profit t ara nada at t 
Itrocery hou«-> of B. Sbarb »ro A Bro., 551 W*ahirg- 
t on street, below Montgomery. 12a 

Dental Work. 

x'oa jtuxbt quaz.iTy or wona, go to T. 0. Jea- 
eup, deotit.t, oor. Sutter md Moatgomery, oyer 
TnctcrV 3.0 

Benemo'r the place to buy Qrs'-"laa<i butter, 
eggs and .. eee, 11 So. 72 and 78 California 
Market. _ 12t 

Ouris, Swlt:hes, and WUa at:., m&da stjllab 
and cbaap ,t Hah: atore 850 Wa*bingtcn street, 
Country orders aitandea to. 



Th* Manh Troup*. 

The Boston Courier is publishing a "His- 
tory cf the Beaton Btage" in its columns- 
In a recent issue it baa tbe following con- 
cerning the juvenile troupe formed by R. G. 

M.r-b, who has been 10 long ideottned nifft 
the profeesion in this Sate, ib to be tan. 
•id rod an old California-.: The bight of De- 
cember 18, 1956, wits<a«ed tbe first appear- 
aooe in Boston of tbe celebrated Marsh 
Tionpeofjnreo.lt) oomtdians. They wete 
composed of thirty-three young misses a d 
some three or four yonog gentlemen. Tbe 
ages ef the en<Ire party ranged from serea 
ti> twelve y< a-B. They eseaytd pieces of tbe 
most ambiti' u-t character, and of tbe widest 

iirhiru ■linty. fern ca could nutbs too heavy 
nor Plu'os tooli^hi for tbem. They opened 
iu "Black Eye^Bo.an, and this is tbe ca*t: 

Ut-iL>Dl o (12 yean of a*e) a* Wtlilim 

Ula. Oarrta (9 years of age) a«..Ca. t. Croa»ir*e 

Mi 811 (8y«arao( ad' ) IB Jacob Talg 

LI tie Otarl toe (8y-ir« of age) a*. .Biro P c ur 

W |b t e -' ny "All Id tbe Downs" 
Matter Geo. W. Mar«b ( 01 Treats) aaGnatb a n 
M st*r Waldo (11 years <f ag«) as.. ..Do/hrtES 
Llttia Mary Mar.h (9 y^ara of age) as — Hnaao 
Mia- Haleo (10 ytar-of a,.e) as Dolly Ma) flower 
Trie papers t-ex; mtrning were raptnrorjg 
in praise of tbe y nog artis s. Master 
George W. Ma sb, the comedian of the 
tronpe, wsb deolartd to be the DOrse.-sor of 
a rich vein of original drollery which 
pi ced him in tbe front rank of comic actor*, 
and of Mies Louise, the "leading man," of 
the tronpe it wa* affirmed that the pathos of 
her Will am was only equalled by its nauti- 
cal dash. Tte entire performance was 
^raited as being itarvellously smooth; no 
l. itch, brea't or waning cf any sort oceuriog 
to mar its perfect ssa. After making every 
a lowance for the inevitable enthusiasm, 
temlting from the novelty of a troupe of 
child srtistB, there still remains tbe impres- 
sion teat 'hey must I ave been a remarkably 
clever baf>d of youngsters. However, with 
tbe Gsual fate cf prodigies not oce of tbem 
reached dramatio eminence upon attaining 
tbeir maturity; bnt without an exception 
these tbat remained in tte profession sub 
sided into comfoitaMe mediocrity, and prob. 
ably look tack new with rs much amaze- 
ment as any one else at tbe stir tbey created 

in tbeir yoatb. 

♦ 

Improved Proipects. 

MrB- Faweet, iu a lectnre recently deliv- 
ered in London, staUd tl at it ere were 
2,500,000 unmarried women in Bra 1 ; Brit- 
ian, and balf of ibeeo mnst remain unmar- 
ried. Tne world, however, was changing 
it* views as to the prs'ttioo of women. Bta 
bad beard tbat tbe MetsrB. Baring were 
taking women into their banks, a. d were 
la'iafied with the result. 



A PlcasaBi Situation. 

Onr young friend P- -ffcw wen( r011tld t he 
other evening to fiBiil3u two Miss Smiths. 
After o:>n- feT8lBg wUh them for ^bile, Miss 
.-atn aiooEed Lerself for a few moments 
and went up stairs. Presently Parker 
thought be t card her coming, and slipping 
behind thedcor he suggested that the other 
Miss Smith should tell Snsio that he h*d 
gone. But It wasn't Snsan; it was old Mr. 
Smith in his elippere. Aa be entered be 
l.Oked are und and said to hie daughter: 

"Ab, ha! So Parker's goce, has he? Go J 
riddance, I waajost como down to keep my 
eye on him. Ihope he fcaen't been propop. 
ing to yon, Mmy Jane. I don't wait any 
s<ioh 1 id tern jawed, le '-headed idiot as tl at 
foolin* round here. He hasn't got tbe sense 
of a lu-abpga turnip or money enough to 
buy a clean shirt. He go's none of my 
d-ughters. IM shake tbe everlutiu' life 
out 1 f him' it I catch him here ag*io, mind 
me." 

Juntas be concluded, Susan came do«n ( 
and not perceiving Parker, Bbe^sad: 

"Tbank goodnesi he's gone. That man is 
enough to provoke asaiLt. I was awfully 
f f'aid he wes going to etey and spend tbe 
evening. Mary Jane, I hope yon didn't 
aBk bim to come again?" 

Then Parker didn't know whether to etay 
there or to bolt, while Mary Jane locked as 
if she would like to drop into tbe cellar 
Bnt Parker flnsl'y Wb Iked out, rushed to tbe 
entry, seized his hat, ehot down the front 
steps and went borne meditating upon tbe 
emptiness of bnmau bappinesp, and the un- 
certainty of Smiths. He has not called 
Biooe, atd his 1Mb thus far has been name- 
leeted bj the bead of the Srritb family. 



Pat in Soak. 

A wife in Obilicothe, Ohio, tas demand, d 
a divorce upon tbe specification that upon 
one oceaaion her bin al hnsband "put her 
to soak in ibe ran-wattr barrel." 



The Young Slain trom the Bast. 

" I'm a granger in tbls city, 
l'oj lately trom tbe Eaet, 
Aod mipbty fond of oyeters ; 
Where can I * 1 1 a feast r 
I've berD to all the re^tanrante, 
But nowhere could I fled, 
A plate ef En tern oysters, 
Of the old-fashioned kind." 

" Well, I can tell yon," said bta friend, 
"Exactly whtre to go, 
and whtre to get joor oysters, 
Direct from wber* tbey srow. 
Just take a Btroll down PIKE STREET, 
A: 410. below tne Market, 
You'll bee a sign, 'T8E SADDLE LOCK ,' 
You can't i»Uio remark it. 

" Emerson Oorvllle keeps tbe place, 
Tbe beat ealoon tn to%c, 
Thtr-- yon can get your oysters raw, 
Or f - ii-ii eo crlap and brovn. 
fli-'s tbe 1 rgnf t oyster dealer 
On thf PaciflcOoatt. 
-*Dd that be seeps tbe freebeet 
Ba* evor been hid boast. 

** He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where yon can fit at eaee. 
And eat your Oalfornia stew, 
Or Eaatem If yi-u please, 
A'l tbe jonng men ef r*»h!on go 
litg^t to tbe SADDLE BOOK, 
To 1 at ibelr EABTEBK OTSTEBS 
And drink their Bheolab bock." 

How I Made S'-iO. 

Br buying my bed. room Fc-t of farnlture of 

J. A. Shabsr k Co., 707 Markets re : t tiro doors 

from Third, They "ell Farnlture 20 per cent. 

cheaper tnan any other dealera. I tried tjem 

all. 12h 

a ■ 

av Jr*a«3nauarit Uocauon. 

Persona deelrlng coai"ortable lodgings in a 

Jentral location, should visit tbe Albambra, 

md inspect tbe fine unites ot rooms to let there 

Tne bntlding is a very fine one and lb well 

lighted and ventilated. « 



Trio DellCHcy or tall Soaaons. 
Is B. F. Bcnkeb'b Olub Bansage; its fame has 
spread far and wl <e throu^bent the laid. Tbe 
only plaoe to obtiln file celebrated Sausage It 
at stalls 74 and 75 California Market. llz 



Heavily Choice Clear 
Can only to obtained at tbe Orfeittl Cigar 
Store, 939 Bash St. • poo.lt 1 M rcantlle Library, 
where the veryfloe>t Havana clears and Tobac- 
co are alwajs on ha ad. !2-d 



Mb. L. yanutwrra, No. 240 Eearny street, 
New and Second- Baud Clothlog, of all descrip- 
tions, bought ant sold. Etjre closed on Sat- 
urday until 6 P. U . jt 



Spoctal eo L.udloe. 

For dreeenaa'iiug In all Its branches and tbe 
latest styles, call on airs. J. J. Walker, at 310 
Post street. Term* reasonable. 8 Or 



Watches, Jewelry Etc, 

Of every daeariptlon, at the very lowest prices 
at H. A, Oatlenaer'a N. W. corner of Second and 
MisaiOQ atreats. Wat«hes canfally repaired. SF 



rreeh and Sweet . 

Far the heat confectionery, g* to Canty and 
Waamar'a. W7 Mantaomerr st. near Suiter. a 



GLOVES-Cleaoaad and dyed by a S5W prooese, 
at SiVGWS. £5 Peat street. 6c 



vFar Declared. 

Soma peocle talk of Ooba, 
And apeak of war with Sd&iii, 

Hoping oar eolalert will go forth 
And tiketQuBpinirhi'sm, 

Bab wieer mea p&rfer to go 
Aod set an oyster &Uw 

At the Kockawiy Uoase on Market street, 
60 eh £■□• and n»*. 

H'Tsm n cud talk their basineas 
Wbile beaped is a pi'a 

Oycters and difi%rtnt kiod of fi?h 
Are cooktd In every ttjl', 
A private door on Jtddy aireet, 

Adm-tsthe ledies t r 
Wuily the eal on for < trg: nee 

Makes tsTtrjboly etare. 
Far basineas men, aod other folks 

It never ca be beat. 
Tbe food ie eo d, tee prices low 

AL1004 Market street. 12-1 

bv. RBEHNtCB. Proprietor. 



J. "VoareJeay & i3ros. new Candy 
Store. 

At 26 Second street near the Grand Fo'el.ie 
without doubt the most elegant Oandy store In 
be city, and tbe crtw.i cf ladles who patronize 
It openly declare their admiiatlon, of tne co&t'y 
and magDincei t annoli tmci.ti of t ,e store, and 
praise the qua niy ef tbe canciiea sold toere, 
The supply of fancy boxes, cornnoopiaa OhilBt- 
mas tree tricm ( s, and Frerob confectionary 
f r the holld. y trade -will be enri vailed 12o 

Hair G io<l« 

The cheapest pl&ce In tbe city t ) buy Hnnaan 
and Imit t on lair good--. Toys, DolU, Blbbons 
eto., Is tbe New York store 110 Second street. 
Agency for hair ellk good", mi/e ot pore Bilk 
No branch store- s. Goods s nt, O. D. Tbe 
N-.wTora (torn baB bjen ektablisbed for years, 
end Is the leading one in the city. 



Max Bachert, trio Artist- 

(Late of Barony's in New Tort,) sow with 
Bradlty & Bolofeon, Ib leeoing bis Elite Por- 
traits. 1, 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Charles R, Peters & Co. 

REAL ESTATE AND COMMISSION 

IK ALLTHKIR 8EANCUES, AUOTION.tto. 

No. 4051 California St., 

Oppaaite Bank ot California. 
Referenced, aav parson who baa had baslaea 
w tb tne in Sac Franclvco and Now York and else- 
where for thirtj-two years. 

No Haass te let or Rets collected. 

No D*ab-fal Titles Wanted, 

Shall hold a Urge Aooiinn Sale In May or Jane — 
s ?nd tn yoar property after February Ut . Hold on 
to vonr Beat Ettvte until after Match let; I wilt 
enow joo a market for it, acd a newetjle of Rea) 
Ea'ete bnarnesa. fi5 lor 



I». J. GA.TELY, 

Formerly of tbe 

"SUNBURST SALOON," 

la to be foond at 

Oil Aew Sample Boem>, IOIS Market 

Street; opatoalie Fifth. 

aST* Hia old friends and the poblio s*nera1ly will 
S d here the choiceat braids of LIQUORS nnd 
CIGARS. jtA-Zm 



GO TO THE WINDSOR 

eOOTANDSHOESTQhE,! 

V05 . Mnrkfl Street, 
Near Fifth. 

The Largest aasortment tor Gents, 

Ladies and Chiidr.n, 
at tba Lnwost Prices, j .5-lm M. F 




GHRI8TAa_AS CHEER. 

THOMAS P. WALL, 

....or ihe 

Cosmopolitan Sample Rooms 

Ko SOTBIBD S'IBEET, 

Hu lsid Id ■ epl.sdid .took of LIQUORS 

For- the HOLIDAYS > 

Jamieson'a MarTOWhonB-Iane Dif.t'llet» Doblln 
■Wnl-ky. ex ebip rlnmbildr: Glenlivat Bootob 
Whioky: Dooble-DiMilla' Old R e, bre-pon Die- 
tiller. PitttburK: Gainoe*a' XaX Dab I in Moat; 
Base' Barton Pale Ale. All a*mplea 1 O cents. 



JP R E X>. HiATZ, 
BEEF AND PORKvi 

BUTCHER, 

Stalls O A to ICO Oa'a. Market. 






S.F. andN. P. B.R. Co. 

^g> mi 

CHANCE OF TriwlE 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO T+U 6EY5ERS. 

ONANOAPTFR JDNK I, 1573. THE STEAM 
or ANTKLOPK.oonnectiDKat Donanna Land 
ing with tbe San Pranciaco A North Paoiflo Rail- 
road Oompaoy for Cloverdate and all tntermedial 
eUtmns, will !e»Te San Franuieoo dailj (Snodeyt 
• xeol-rd), from Front atre-tWTiarf. at 2:30 P.3t Ra- 
mriitng, the train will leave Cloverdale daily at 
«':U6 o'clock a M , connecting at Donsooe »ith the 
ate .mer and arriving in San Fiaoclacoat U:uO A.U- 
1 na atcamers and oars naki close oonneollom 
aitb ataitea f ac>l from al' poicis 

No more bUNDAY EXCURSIONS until fnr- 
ibei nodue. 

On -.rd after MONDAY D-oenibor IsM'Steamer 
ANiLjP/. wil IPhVi- F.onwmet. wbiif at 2 
p. M iVaio arriving at Uloverdala ai7: 15 P. M. 

■ar - ^-or 'II in'iira.atioii apt)!* at the OoDpaUf's 
n|!l'-f. AIM alooWcaieri street. 

apl6 PETrR Dori &UUB. President. 




fRSTPREMIUMAWARDEI- 

X»r-. HENLEY'S 




At the State Fair, Sept. 1873 

THE OKLY BELIABLK T'»MO 

AKDREGUPCRATDR. DUN'T BE MISLEAD BY 

LONG AMO POMPOUS AOVERTIiEMENTS, 

BU I USE THE LOHG-TRIED ANB ONLY 

Sure Invigorator 

KNOWM, THE UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS 

AND IMMENSE SALE OF WHICH, FOR 

THE L'.ST FIVE YEAfiS. PROVES 

IT TO BE TH; 

KING OF ALL TONICS. 

Read Pb eiciaoe' certificate atlaoherl to eaoh 
botv'e. Ex mine ewornetatement^ of cores effeot- 
ed. or, til at h- ntfice. 

For taie by all Druggists and Liquor Dealers. 
II. L.rS'<riX «fc CO.. So-e Proprietors, 
5 • 8 Front Street. ocl7 



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If ft. ess 

Genuine, 

IHONEST GOODS, 

....AUD ... 

jFrices a Little Below 
Anybody Else. 

His been and will be the Secret 
of onr Snooess. 

VAN SCHAACK 
&C0., 

708 to 716 Kearny St 

(Opposite Ihe Pl_<za.) 

TO BUYERS, 

Two Words of 
HONEST ADTICE: 

Wben Gooit are ao mnob be- 
low tbe cost of production ae 
cber ate new, it is ioevit-ble 

bat prices cannot nmno I.h g 
w aw they ar«>. Ttie Ra«teri> 
if ill • are stopoed. The approach 
of. Serine and the necessUias of 
jonsnraere will bnr g a demand 
Maonfactarera will be maaters of 

be eitnatioo. Goods will then 
tdvaace rapialy. Therefore, we 

gain aay 

BTJY NOW, 

And boy wh»re yonr dollar will 
orlng tou more goeds than in 
any otber bnnse in tbo State 
4t least lookb-fore jon bay at 
'he BARGAINS new offered by 

VAN SCHAACK & CO. 

uirect Importnre of PRKPH. 
GE--UNK. HONEST GOODs! 
ti prices a li' tie b^low anjbody 
els*. 74» K'*RSY STKEEl 
(o[p»6ftethe Plaza). 



I 



SAN I ANCISCO BATHS 

AND 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

fS*>|2 WASHINGTON BT., 
y»>Ub'!aw Kearney. PHIOKS , 
REDLOKD. BAtbs. iS centf. ' 
Shaving 35 oents, Bair Cat- 
tio*. 25 cecta, Sbampooina;, 25 
oenta. Medicated Batbe. JOHN GB.KIF. 

aeS-tf 



MILITARY COODS 

....AlTD. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICA1 
TRIRIIHINGS, 

BJ5 Montgomery alrtet, Boom JCo. 8. 

™ 1 "<« T. RODGKR8 JOBSSOK. 



319 BUSH STREET, 

AIHsMBRA HOUSE. 

f<HIS HOUSE, BBISO OESTBALLY ^ 
A looat.d, De.r .11 t^. p incipsl Hotel, 4^ 
Re.Uoract »cd pl.cti o! Amo»«ai8ot, Efll 
StracR*rs can Bod goort, comforUble, pleas. *» 
nt and elegan t looms at rea; onabl e prioee. 
0024-U 



CANDIES. 

iAOSAae at oar St«am Candy Factory djjly. Al 

'Pd will bs promptly attended t«. 

.n.„ ,;,_„ OAKTT* WAGK«B, 



TEA COMPANY 

STILL ^AHEAD t 

5,000 Boxes 

NEW CROP JAPAN TEA. 

Froan SI. SO to SB.OO Per Box. 

600 Chests Extra Choice 

NEW CROP JAPAN, 

In Dnlk Ci>c fcr Pom d, 
We arenowintrodncingonrNKW BRAND TEA, 

FLOWERY FKAGRANCE 

COc Fer Penad, 

V Pounds Gest Cm Lnaf Sn»ar *$*X 

13 Pounds Best Ht*ad Rlre ft 

Best Adamiinline C'Rn<Sles. $3 per Box 
5 Cans Beit Baltimore Oysters 91 

Onrs is THE ONLY PLAOK TO GET PURE. 
SPI ES. Oall and eee na at once. We bare an 
immenee stock and are S'llicg aatontshiogU low. 

MURPHY BROS., 
759 and 76 1 MarketSt. 



HOT DRINKS 

...FOB. .. 

Winter JjVeather. 
sack;, possex t,. 

MIL1.II1 MlStS, Etc. 

SPIERS & POND, 

422 SACRAMENTO STREET,. 

(One Door b low Sansom".) 

LUIJOH. 

A MEW BILL OF FARE fcVHRY DAY. 

The Proprietors «f tbi rpi>r? ± Pond have pox- 

ciiai -d frcni 

A FOPl'IAIt TVK1T£B 

On Gastronomr, 

Three Hundred uno Twelve Bllta of Farft- 

Oalcnlated to meet tbe waot*of 

ONE THOUSAND PERSONS, 

Wco may therefore bs certain of a diflarent pro- 
gramme far 

EVEBT BAY IN THE TPAK. 

Soup, Fl«h f Entrees, Joints, etc... 

At eleven o'clock precU^ly. 

■lit S.ioramento btreef. one door below Saneome 

deS-lan 



ART ASSOCIATION. 

OPENING OP 

TY1NTER EXHIBITION. 



THE GALLERY OF TBE SAW FRANOISOO 
Art AsaociBtion. 813 >'INE STREB r, 'e now 

ops D to the pnblic duly, fr. m IU A M. to 5 ¥. M., 
and from 7 to 10 P. U. 

A "splendid col'eoiieo of 

CASTS FROM THE ANTIQUE 

la on exhibition for th* flret time, embracing many 
of tbe moat famona Greek fetvoes and Parinenon 
Fill ts Relievos. Alto mors tbnn 

One UnndreU Original Oil Filiation, 

Inolnding the celebrated piotnre by Jacob*, of 

"SAllSOSi AND DEL1IAU," 

Season tiokets.admi<t<og gentleman and lacV,9&- 
Bipgle admisuioQ. 50 ceDts. dlS tf 



"THE VILLA," 

At the New 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

TbeBnildiog baring jnst been completed, if 
now thrown 0[>en to ' he public. Tbe house la ela- 
gantly lornisbed, and haa 

Four Public Parlors, 

— AKD— 

Ten Private IHi.ing Booms, 

The wholebefngbnilt.net like a public botsl 
bnt aa it is named, 

An Elegant Villa. 

"Tbe Villa" is loosted at the last or oorth-waat- 
em gate of tbe Park. 

Bplcnrean Breakfasts, Elnnere and Sapptrt 
prupared on the shortest notice. 

GUDIO MANGEtiSERG & CO., 

PHOPK1KTOK8. JjW 



la\ Geary Street, near Kearny. 




DEPOT OF W 



& Ki^UHh'S 



BAY BREWERY BEER. 

S Cents n Oian. 
nolP-tf OHiUS FBLDHiNW. 




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TURF GALLERY STABLE. 

CBirTBNDKH & DALTOK, Proprleto™, 

»»» Sntter .tr«et SiarKcarn 

SAN FBANOISOO. 

Order. I.f-ft at the Office of the Grail 

Hotel X*runii.tlj intended to 

oel5-tf 



CEORCE B. AUSTIN 

HaTing porobased the irtarest of iSAL. WaO(U- 
HaH Id the Saloon known as tbe 

Depot of the Celebrated Chlea«o Beer, 

No. 623 Sacramento St , 

Where he wonHbe ©leased to meet hisfrianift 
and the pnbMc ganer.illy. A. good lnnoh will at- 
warabe proTiled. 

CLAH tnOWDER EVERT OAT. 

The best Wines and Ltqaora dispensed,. A 

FREE AJNTO EASY 

Xrery Bitorday aiitht in aonneotioo with thii sr- 

Ublishaent. A fir, t-ol&es Pianist ongig^d, 

del-im 



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CANARY BIRDS I 

CASART 1I1DS1 

man ■« mm itui. 



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'RISKS, 

Weather • 

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WliU. 

4 POND, 
JCH. 



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NEW ALHAMBRA THEATRE 

Am 
OPERA MOUSE. 

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WW ALIAIBRA TIIATRI. 
HOC A G "CT X Jrt 3S • £1 

CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 



fHOMAS MAGUIRE, Esq. 

NBA XIIjT ALL 

Profession of the City. 

OPERA, DRAMA, 
MINSTRELS. 

IL TROVATORE 

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BUCKLEY'S nv VARIETIES 



DOUBLE VARIETY COMBIK ATTOS. 
Firtoon r lias* 

riB.T 11MB or Till »■.■ .1 on la, t 

Ten Nights in a Barroom. 

VKHIHQ 

Ta. Treat* *a) -mm 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG MO FUI 

FatMMef »l. ift. TAftUTff HALS A* I 



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REBECCA «X 

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talyiit,).* 1 - ft 

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AUbtBti 

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REGULAR ENTERTAINMENT 

. . .. .i it., ildliiii tbxatex, 

yl.it) 
BM «Um Ul. HIMJlllt MEL VILLI. 

J r. ncuirr. jh> iowml 

■ III1 THMMP.OII. 

I. Ik. L««k bto ' erne ea ukd 

DABSTER DONE 

Tl.k-I. l.allll.1 ••» r.~. •• Ellker Ilea... 
Oa« I OI.I..B 



III Iter Orcul Mouca jaiiil C linnio*. 



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rilntlLi of:o. ■ ><mni'< owk tuiMni. 



X> X C 1*3 



THE SIEGRIST TROUPE 

ik this «o»iiru. ri«ro«m>ic«, 



UVI H1I HE .»MIHT«| 



«*s sota**; 



JIOOB WAMsOUELL Sbo.m.k.r 

WILBIBroBOE OABTJR T.ll.r 

1'APT. HAKRY WKLL. I. lor. altk Ootlrlle.... 

Wkl. OOOK .... . Sport 

JOHJf TANK eSpoit 

JUST10B 0» OOITB.T 

rOLtUK BO. 1 

OHRlSrilfB W.miok.ll'. dao.btar 

MRS. OART.K 



O. ». KNIOUT 

B1LI.Y SWrATAM 

i . HAHI.BY RKBD 

johnay riuk 

billy whi.oh 

B. n. MtRSH 

D. J MUKRWOOD 

JKNKIK 8H, RWAN 

0. RICHARDS 



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N.1UJ 
I.*. el Mil. 

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OBETIMO ORDERS. 

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Malted 


1 •/ / II MAS.10R 


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IVIORTIMORK. 



ftMt Dan** 



M««fl- Mrvwajr 

»l*«TWl- •%- »1-H-» 

GHOSTLY VISITATIONS A LA FOSTER 
Park* ft«| 

*<•*(>■ Mir rr» ii i run itvnrui 

aVoki* ">•!• | ,«•) Dl«aa 

D, -b r P.lka W'l..t»t m4 M'll-- ni..^,* 

Kt-ll N(*M»« I.I7/IV IIAktMON 

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TEN KIOflTS in a BARROOM. 

Jo* Morf»9....tb» Dmnk.rd 0*0'» FoiUr 

Hi lj « k.oo . .» P 1 no. I B«tt*abol*r ... . .. Il.rrf t • f 

Hr. B«BUr....*he w.nii in r flip. W , t.t f.iki 

fc}t id on f ).<1a. ..h'-rpar of iba T»« ra tt 

f'tnk M*i1» . hi* •-.• . . fiti 

How.rJ iOid'nI B*btj I - 

M-T Mnrrtifi !/>. "» A>1 «ttl.... M «. • K(«w*r 

Mr*. Uorfffto..... >.>•'• aift Molli a i aForrMt 

Haai gl lunnmi Uj iba U>mp*D>. 



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C»r. •fCvaftaaereln) 
I,|a>A>adorO* au . 



PACIFIC HOUSfc,^ 

Olympic house "a=u 



o-I.STOK A f-OTRRLL 



A 
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Tkrielj 
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At the I X I* AUCTillV STORK, No. 018 a.lH G«0 KBARNY 8TRVKT, cor. Commercial. 



COMEONE! COMCALL! 



[ Rambranitoirda.fi : %r doian ; O.hinit, CI i«ar 
I doiaa Uira nucill and mm «-a «n » lopiau* 
Too. W linVKHmd (i OHOKH VTHIfKftra 
I tha wall-knnwn infl pot ular Ot>*rilor*, -ml J K. 
' —ILL -Uf* tHV, Pror»rU»or. IruJp 




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TO CONNOISSEURS!! 
The Celebrated Brand 

... or.... 

CHAMPAGNE 

CARTE DOR. 

Vt Ik. Parity at It. -lo.lll, and tke 
rl.kD... or tt. a.v.r It I. eoa.ldt.red 
kT Ja.av. to be Ike be.t TFIae la Ike 
Oautrj. 

For Sale in Quantities to Suit. 

LOCKE & MONTAGUE, 
Sole Agents- for Pacific Coast, 

112 & 114 BATTERY ST. 

bam ruANCT.co. a.ss-iw 
California Ahead of the World 

IN 

WOOLENJOODS. 

TBB UNDF.RSIOVKD IB IS BEOHIPT OF 
BlABk.U, Yl.oo.l.. Hon.-BLnk.tlnr, .to. 
dlr.cl rron tb. Ml!'., and will ..11 |B lot. 10 Boil 
Depot, aa R.a HoDtfom.rr .treat: 
MU. SCO M. MAIN, Arret. 



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THE OLD 
lEiCot sootoh, 

IB Mortoe Btr«eL Mw Kearny. 

Ail DrlnkH Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a specialty. 

«• • W. B. tTALDBOtl. Pjeoif ator. 



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Single Outside Rooms, 

— WITH—— 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Uattrasfles. 

AT xnE^— 

BRANCH MOUSE, 

ASA SAHSOME ITZEIT, COB. OUY, 

. AT 

Fifty Oe litis, per lVlslaY 
And L<*h by the Weelf. 



OPMN ATjU 3ST I Gr 13: t 

Apr-38 L. J, EWELL, Proprietor. 




A NEW HAT STORE 

On Montgomery St. 

N3RIEGA^ BUS., 
PRACTICAL 

HATTERS 

628 Montgomery St,, Near Clay, 

*A.N FRANCISCO. 

WB WODID nHaPHOTPDLLY INFORM THR POBLTO 
■ted our uitirrou* i »tron» th«t wr h»»» ipj ed oor 0»W 
and olfluiot ator.oo Montoomkky .-tkkht. aoiu- C1«f, whero 
isr, -..lUobBtin'^ Ve-pon hon.d the KIN- S I' AS-iOKi MKNf 
of Hrt T> -.ntj OAP.t vt»toB«*-<1 to thu el iftana t>[ tue P»oiflo 
U'ijv t, anil • t or l '8 whloh Will defy clmp- itiiri . 

W* are -1 o prnpared to rmk« toordsr nil ih* Latest Sitlib 
Of fiatttAniM'niaon ador* r orlna. 
OLBANINC od RKPAIUING nettlr And pronmtlf Mr. on ted 
N. B. W« will -jull uoatlonfl onr *tor* at the < Id .-Uod. N»> 
92tl Dupont street, wbnrr>o»D b* fooo i oar a»ntl tcood nniorl. 
in. mi. u( t'"il.i,<r-l Kimp'tfDt bftlt r« i'. alt. nil 10 the a-iita 
of ottatomftra denlmR t ht-re. .M>1I I Kl A II It O.I. 



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Also the Largest. 

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MONDAY JANDABI 5, 1874 



AMUSEMENTS, Elc. 

Alhambra Theatre. 

Oon T. Morpbr, Interlocutor, and eomed'sa. In" 
■i<om«d toe tug* maa*f 'meat of this bo as •.and 
present, aa admiriblT arrsnt'd programme for 
tbla oveniotr. it comprises £H» Wtwoer id ber 
ohmcr-, B-lty Swsstnea »nd Billy M.ntttoK in 
**Toe Giraffe Brolbir*." Qeortrs P- Knight In bis 
• wo Tor-iOD of ".Shaking Dices" the Si»g ■■« *nd 
their can in* wonders lo ft ct irmlcK entertainment 
■odG o b. Kolebt. Billr bweeloem. * clch and 
Bio*. B. G M»rah and others Id lb« faroe of "The 
Kiss..." Bach* b.ll will crowd the Alhsmbra to 
orsifliwiog. 
California Tbfilrc. 

"The Naiad Qateo" te lo lt» third week, end 
thers ere oo signs ol iU popularity dt sain lab luff. 
Hot only la errr/ oae la Baa rrsocUco anxtons to 
see thla brilliant spectacle, bot maoy go again and 
•sain to eejor tbe ballet, tbe wonderlo.1 aoting of 
tha Glrards, and the nomsrons othsr attractions 
specified on oar first page. 
Opera Honif. 

George Fa-cell Rows's dramatisitioo of tb e 
noT.l of Dev.d Ooppeiflsld, entitled "Mlcewber 
it, Heap" was prodnoed before* append! 1 «ndi_ 
«noe on Satordtr night. John Howiod is Micftw- 
bar, kept tbe ftadience oontinaallr l-.agbior. and 
pleased tbeta eo well -fast be waa called before the 
OnrtaiDftttbe end of tbe play. J. P. Burnt tt ae 
Uriah Beep, aarprieed aad delighted anyone 
by displacing a tileot for strong character imper- 
soDfttion not o'teo foood In a light oomedisn of 
btSaobool. Ho sank bis iodividaillty and per 
teotlj real Ired tbe wiljrgliog eel-like "oa 1 1»*' 
Uriah. It. was a capital bit of acting. Tbe \ erfor- 
BiftDOe cenolnded wilb tbe farce of "Beaatifaj 
Forever" in wbicb ihe evils of ba r dyes and com- 
plexlon-bes- tlOere were Uugbably exposed. Jobs 
Eowsoo aa Tus, and Miss Jet Die Lee &a Jelly, did 
is me rery tma-m; aoting end sent the aadioDoa 
home In higb good homor. This very attractive 
bill wfts played last night, and will be presetted 
again tbii stsoing. "MIcawbervB Heap" ahoald 
ran antil e»ery 1 >v*r of the. works of Obarles 
Dlokeoa baa witnessed it. 
Balls. I'll Ion, 

Casgim and Frits in a grand g;moi£tlo novelty. 
Biles Basle Robinson ia com!" eongF, Miss Psn'-y 
GarretBOo id ballads, Hoore and Bray la SCQg and 
dance, and a tarietj of otber performances w.ll be 
iriveD ttaii ct niig in addition to the very Attract- 
ive and pleating ex t ravages e a of "Tbe Fays," Id 
which Miss Jenaie Johnson appears as Gaylsod 
Graoefal. 
BaclaJey's Varieties. 

George H. Foster to ballads and aote, Leon Sam- 
-wells Id sorcbfttio feat*. Miss Lircte Harmon in 
ballads. Miss Fanny Webster and M'lle Blanche io 
diooee, and a great n.mber cf others in specisl- 
tits, will appear to-nigbt. The foil programme is 
pabllshEd oo oar first pegs. 
Dion Bouclcsmlt. 

The drsmfttistot the day In epits of all that has 
been said about him by adverse critlor. is Dion 
Boooisaalt. No men living understands so wsll 
at be what will pleaae tbe pnblio sod is bo eompt" 
teat to fnraisb it. Don Banoloaclt ia & good 
•ooagh Sbftktpeire for the nineteenth century, 
and oatera for these times better than tJhakspesre 
did for those in which he lived. Bond-salt na a 
wen bis reputation by legitimate moms. He ha 8 
% keen precept ioo of dramatic art acd wonderfn 
'odastry. "The Octoroon" ie one of the most 
dramatic plays ever cradnoed on any stage and 
would be soffioient to establish the reputation of 
Its author had be written no other play. Mr, 
Boac osnlt arrived lo this city last night, and will 
open, two weeks from to-day at tbe Oaliforna 
Theatre loooeot hi* latest pieces "Kmj." He 
■boold receive a perfect ovation from tbe thou- 
sands who have <t) jyed his pi Jfl. 
Notes. 

J. A, Arnold bas not gone Bast as'tiononnoed by 
1 fl.ii morning's papers. He has abacged his mind 
and will remain here a week long r. 

John Plpir. the eoterp [sing manager of Piper's 
Opera Home, Virginia Oily, and Metropolitan 
Theatre Sacramento ia in to to on professional 
ba*iaese. 

George Darts II aad Miss Fanny Oalhc^rt, will 
commence an encagem'at at the Baa Jose Opera 
House tbla evenicg. 

Miss Katherine Rogers arrived from tbe East on 
Saturday. Arrangement will prob .bly be msds by 
which ihisaterhog aotreu will make an eoily ap- 
tarsnoe In ibis city. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

The gardens are n^w inl tbe Scest oond loa. 
6katiagand the Traiaed Animals evary dcy & 
pnoi p^rformaacea and ths paolomima ol ' Lta 
Brigands" and the grand sot "Groups Ghinoia" 
feainrdayand Luoday. 

AjraTooncAL Ud&tuv.— One of tbe most 

eiDplevs solleotioaa of the kind ia ti 
I i'n oomprifiag huodrede of poatly aad r>eau- 
tUuiwsx models, ia daily oa view (to gen Hemes 
Snly) at the Uueoam on Montgomery ctroet- Ac 
bent scaj be Drotftahlv nxai bore- 



Ladles In tbe above bandjome curlagcs may 
be seen my time during tbe day In front of 315 
Kearny street, near BuBh itreet, waiting (for a 
few momeTt') for a dozen or two of tbofe eel- 
ebrttad Written Visitirg C rd-, eo elepant;y 
(xoca-td by John P. Dwyer. csri writer for the 
Grand Hitel. N. B — Cards wii ten, engTavfd 
or prlLt d in fie l.t ,t and mo't f aehlors- le 
style, bandkercbl U mirz.d. t-ycil pla'es 
neatly cut, and monograms engraved and 
printed, _ H-» 

Happy Wow V*»»r. 

For Bon Buna atd M.ttoa fci y.iur New 
Tear's t.ble, go to "Tne Usdiog Candy 
Store," George Hsae& Cj'b. 20 Kearny rt'eet, 
near Market. Their display of holiday fancy 
Roods will tct *Uy eclipse any former exhibition 
of thl* very popular firm,. Thty have also im- 
ported the mut elesaat assoitmcLt of French 
Oandy Boxes snd Ooranoopias ever seen in tbla 
city. _ U-a 

Asa J_i Waugaman's New Sa- 
loon, 

Oomtr of Hal!eok an* Letdesdorff streets. 
Large s'd commoaious saloon cett'ally loca- 
ted, wit u 5-rooms, supplied with tbe beet 
brands of Liquors and Clare; bonLtdOna bot 
lanch— his great specialty— seived from 11 a. 
at. to 2 p. m , and a cold lunch afterwards. Drop 
ii ftLd "be sattBfled," 12bh 



FEATHEP? Gleaned, Onrled and Dyed, at 
ZSQ W8, Ho. 25 Post Stnwb Sc 



[Fob figaeo. 
DREAMS OP sPIHITLAXD! 



Wafted abTve cs are forms ligt t and airy. 
Softly tbey'.e drifting arennd us on bi^b— 
Antiels of love, who look down from above 
W ti a Underly lovaig and watchful eye, 

I tanding bsslde ns, friends long departed ; 
Standing behind as, relations most dear, 
Pastl g ns lightly, touching us slightly. 
Bending and whispering word* 1b oar ear. 

Is thtt a hand that is laid on my shoulder? 
Purely there's something akin to ma now ; 
Peelln.s Intense bewilder my Benef- 
it la only my mbtber who's kissing my brow. 

Only a mother, whose eplr t is near yon ; 
Will t jat aot comfort and dry np your seartTr 
By disbelieving yen yourself »r- btravlnr, 

For you banlah ber presence by cowardly fe*rj. 

Sptrl s above ug. Spirits who love as 
Summoned will answer to our command ; 
They'll B^v-r scorn us, bat will always fore- 
warn as 
Till our souli i In th -m In Splr tlsnd. 



Bneoarasrlac;. 

flert is a fsatber for the c»pa of tbe la* 
si es: Tbe report en tbe aJacatioa of women 
in Cambridge Coiveraity, England, cays 
that their beat ees&ys were better than tboee 
of male students writing on tbe same sub - 
j<:ct in similar circums'accte, and that tbe 
worst faults of tbe women were eclipsed by 
the worst faults of the men. The faults of 
women were a tendency to rest satisfied with 
very incomplete information, and very loose 
methods of expression, together with "very 
prevalent inaccuracy," flippancy, acd even 
slang. 

Oystora. 
In strolling round the other night, 
To look at 'Ftieco by gab light, 
uur careless fen, by chance aid stray 
To wn?re a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of sparkling waters, made a Boreea 
Through which a sweet bouquet was seen ; 
While mossy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell, 
Made that wlnuow seem to be 
aome fairy grotto of the sea. 
Stop,'* said my friend, "let's go In here ^ 
It looas so nice— and try their cheer.". 
"All right," I said, '•! most agree 
That this place suits me to a *T.'" 
No sooner bad wc found a seat 
Than at our aide a waiter neat 
Hade his eppearance, asked oar wish— 
Said they had almost any dish 
That we mignt name. We found it true, 
And cooktd magmfxxntly, too; 
All kinds of oysters, juicy, fat. 
Cooked every style; jnst think of that, 
4nd if your mouth don't water, then 
Tou*re different from other men. 
They'd clam b and craoa and terrapins'*' 
tn fact, vs found they bad within 
That cosy placeatt kindsof game, 
Ffsh, flesh or fowl which we could name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
Tbe ladles, toe, have found, 'twould seem, 
That thsy have here the best ice oream; 
Bo here they flock, tbe little sinners, 
To get wnat they call "such nice dinners. " 
Whoever doubts this lot him rash 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
and there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again, 
Paclflo Oyster House, 33? Bush street, above 

Montgomery; open Day and Night, 

OHaRLUS haakr , Proprietor, 



Tli© Oriental Wine House. 

Qentlsmen of tiste are lnvltad to visit the 
unrivaled and elo ja -.t establlshmeut, at 327 and 
?29 Bash St.. between the Cosmopolitan and 
Occidental Hotels. Tbe long experience of the 
proprietor, 3. E. Richards, in th.e bnsinep, la in 
It --elf a gsrai t e of the excellence of the wines 
and llqaora he dispenses, and although bnt 
recently opened, it already communis tbe pat- 
ronage of oar befct oltlzsus. 12-d 



Go Where trie "Woodbine" 
Twlneth 
And partake cf the luxuries t > be found 
thcT - . Tbe be t of seasonable bot ponehea 
of all kinds, "wonderful" land ei every day 
andnitht Private parlors, gentlennny treat 
ment by tie proprietor of the "Wcodblne." 
Geo. Collin, No. 1 Mo-ton ttrett, one docx 
from the grjtt thoroughfate — Kearny Etreet. 
Call I 12 bh 



n. Peyser, 719 M ontcomery Street. 

Wishes t j Inform hie fiienda and customers 
that he baa removed back again o his old 
tend, has enlarged hie itore, and haB on hand 

the cheapest and flneet stock of Men's, Youth's 
and Boy's Olotliing ever openec. in this city; and 
■, ' so, a fins st >ck of Men's and Bo^'s Pnrniablng 
G^oda. Don't forget the number. Call before 
examining elsewhere. llz 



For Photo-crayons. 

Andjeprodacilon In a superior style, go to 
Edouard & Cobb, 566 Seamy St. near Call- 
forola, T-oso desiring any of (he above for 
chrHmm presents, ehould make apoiioatlcn 
before the rain sets In, KLd no avoid disap- 
point ment, satisfaction guaranteed In all 
oases Ci 



^Svru Mooro, 

fformnrly of Bass House Oarrlagea, can he 
ound In front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
at'lBbraent, Bcuthwoat corner Bush and Mont- 
gomery Rts., or Dexter Stables. Carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
M nit* tit, at rednoed rates. fa 



Holiday Hata. 

Certainly a new htt Is about as pleasatt a 
holiday gift as can be imagined. There Is an 
Immense stock of H-t* to eelect from at "The" 
Bst St re, 6«7 Washington street (second hat 
Etore below Kearny) . The newest sty'ea at ras> 
sonable prices. lft-a 

The Old Stand— BB4 8un«ome Street, 

Opposite the American Exchange, where tbe 
public will And tbe flneet brands of Wines end 
Cigars the market affords, al : o a flrst-olass 
lunch served from 11 to a. Million k Day 
proprietors. llu, 

LAnrfs' Hair-Dressing and Hair Work, stylish 
and Cheap, at 860 Washington St., near Btocl- 
ton. Country orders i r.mptly attended to. 
i-bl 

Oar buftsr and che?ae ws hougbt at Ohap- 
msn's,73anu 73 California Mirk-t, and pro- 
nounce It superior to any tn the m r.et. 12v 

McDowell, Snow Oar<l Writer 

Beady made and made to order. Boom 10 

DOS Market m ee t, eor. Post aad Montgomery u 



Old Friesida. 

Old friends are like old boots. We never 
realize bow perfectly these were fitted to ns 
nil they are cast aside and otters finer and 
more stylish, perhaps, bot damping and 
P'nchtog in every corner, are substituted. 
Tboo we are of.en fore.d to bunt up the 
worn artie'es from the attic where they I a-e 
thrown and for a little season, at lea-t, reot 
rur weary ftet by wearing tlem. With onr 
frieDdsitis the same, after tiying in vain 
to fit onrfolves to tbeir peculiarities we go 
bsok with a sigh of relief to tbe dear p ople 
wboae very faults were brought about by 
serving us . 

Stasre Ce.inetlrs. 

Tne London Hornet remarks: Whan wil 1 
onr aotors learn how to use cosmetics ? The 
offences against the art of painting well are 
eonotless, and the gentlemen are ae mccb to 
blame as the ladies. One actor, for inBtace, 
with a sunburnt, manly complexion, has 
(bismuth) white baDds, by the side of which 
clean linen looks positively yellow; and the 
amount of blick worn at the cohere of 
most ladies' eyes is a real disfigurement 
Eyelids don't grow at the corners of tbe 
eyes. 

An Advanced Student. 

There is a woman in tbe vioinity of Sever- 
ance wl.o is in the habit of manyiog every 
man who comes along. The Troy Chief 
says she lODg ago got far beyond bigamy— 
w^y up somewhere into trigonometry. 



Llpman'sGreat Discovery. 

Propably no o> j»<t his ca led forth more 
preparations tian th t of re torlng and beau- 
tyfylng human hair, aaa among all, J.Lp- 
man's wonder'ul restorer stmds beyond 
queetlon at ths head for efficiency and perfect 
safety. This IsabsovtUy free from 8 agar of 
Leader Lac Snlphur, and never fails top o- 
duoe tbe effect d sired; reqnlrej nootaer pre- 
pa-'tt on; Is ea-lly applied, and is, witboot 
doubt, the s'mplest, best and cheap?, t hair re 
slortUve inns?. Sold by all drazglsts. Gent, 
rai Agents, Ohas, Lsngley h Oo„ Wholesale 
Drnggl t?, San Fraroisoe . lv 

Try ihe new patent process for extracting 
te.th T't lout the least actual pain. Ho gas 
spray nor drugs used. Ferguson & Moiffew 
Dentists, 207 Kearny street. i?d 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 
SECURITY SAYINGS BANK, 

304 Saniome Street, 



AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD _. 
Directors beld December Mtb, 1ST .adjyidend 
to dsD^aitora was declared for tbe term ending 
Dscember 3Ut, 1871, at tbe rate of nice aud six- 
tieths (9 6-10) percsot. peraooura oo term df- 
posits. aad eight (8) per cent, per anoom on ordi- 
oary depoeite— payable en and after January 2, 
187*— f ree of Federal tax 
jafi-2* T. F. BACON, Secretary. 



DIVIDEND N OTIC E, 

Cosmopolitan Dime Savings Bank, 

A DIVIDEND OF TWELVE PBROBNT. (ONH 
per cut. per mootb) oo term and aiz percent, 
oo deua-nri deposits, haa bnea declared payable at 
the bank, C*«S MoDigiaery street. 
ja^-lt J. CEuCKhB, Secratarr, 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

S33 CulllVrulc St., cor. "Webb. 



T,T»R THE HALF YEAR, ENDING WITH 
C 3iat D-cembsr, 1673, a dividend baa been de- 
clared, at tbe rate of Nine (§i per eeot. t .er an om 
oo Terra Deposits, sod fibVeo and one-ball (','■ .) 
D f rcat. per anannt oo Ordinarr Deposits, free of 
Federal fax, piy*ble on itfter 12'h Jaonary, 674. 
By Order. LOVELL WHITE, Oaehier. 

ja -lw 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Savings & Loan Soc'y, 



THE BOARD OF DIRECTION OF THE 80- 
oiety have declared tbe dividend for tbe eeo- 
ood balfyoarof 1873, codiDK tale OatP, at tbe rate 
of nine (9j per oett. per ?<_r, m on Term Deposite, 
and 9t tsq and one-o&H < i}.?) per oen'. peranDUm 
on Ordinary Depseits, free of F dcr ■] tnx, pajable 
on and afUr Jaonary 15, 1371. By order, 

GEo. LEfTE, secretary. 
J.2-2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

California Savings &Loan Society, 

Sl» OAUFOBNIA STREET, 
Guarantee Capital, 8300,000. 

THE DIRIC ORB OF TBE ABOVE ^001- 
e y have declared a dividend of ten (10> n«r 
coi t, per anaom on term deposits, and eigot (8) 
percent per annom on ordioary depsaite, lor tbe 
term endi fi 31st Deotinbar, J8T3, Irse Irom Fed- 
eral tax, and payable en ana attar 5tb Jaou«ry, 
1874. By order. D B OHISHOt^M, Seo'y, 

di9 rJ31 



PERSONAL. 



JULIA- YOU OAN GiiT ALL SIZES FERRO- 
tjpea Pic tares tskei -cd fioitbed iu ten min- 
ote*, rain or Bbine. «t \YINO A. ALLEN'S, Ga3 
Kearny street. A apeoislty made in ink piotnree. 
Yoara. DAVISON. de22-lm 



LADIKK, SAVE YOUR HAIR OOMBINGSt 
wax flowers bairflow«rsandf*aoy work taoga 
tor 85 per montb. Hwitonea, qoiIj, straightening 
tangled bair, vfeaviog, combicge, st-annud curia, 
» te., etc., all for 95; e<vitcbes made from 60 cents 
nowarda; aide-carla steamed for 15 ceota ;aLi kinds 
of work decs to order cheap t amilies or claaees 
tatigbt in tbe city or across the bay oa reasonable 
terms. Parties Vfiebea t.i tak? lesaond or have work 
done sbonld take advantage of the time I am hers, 
a,a I leave for Europe io a abort time. «lo 1-S 
ttoward street, bst New Montgomery and Second. 
del5-lm 



S.F.BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

tsookcllera uud bu-.Cnur*, 
BL H. Hoore. 609 Hoatgeinery. near Merchant, 

llatcbera. 
SAts, Fred. Stella H to 100. California Siarket 

Reatlsta. 
H. E. Pope, 6 Menvomery Street. 

Employment Offlce. 
Ohioeae Biaployment Oo.— Pierce & Oo., 627 Sao 
ram en to street. 

Ham an flair. 
Sampson, A, B. A Oo.. 110 Second street, 

"Whltenere and Paper Hansen. 
A. W. Wheldso, 123 Geary street. 

Wlsea and Liquors. ( Wool— ala.) 
Danen K. A Oo.. >rt ifroau 



0P1EA BOUSE. 

Busr Street between Montgomery and Kearny, 

OVERWHELMING SUCCESS 

In tbla Beuutifol Temple of Mueic, of the 

SUSAN GALTON & JENNIE LEE'S 

OFSB.A BOUJi'i; '£!, 



Burlesque and Comedy Troupe. 

THIS EVENING JANUARY 5 

To commence with tbe new adapt 11 Ion or DlokPDB' novel of " JkTtd CopperfleW. " in a Act? by 
Geo, Fftwoett Bowe, as performed with sno ' lmmenFe tucceigatibe UjiOD-eqaare ' 
TAeatre, New York, est tied 

MOWBER I KEEP I 

BISTBIBUTIOH OF CHABAOTEKa : 

D4VID OOPPEBFIELD JOLE robins^ 

ME. WIOKFIKLD ^ „ THOMPSON 

WII.K.IS? MICAWKEB 3<t „ N HOWto , 

tIbiIhTfw WILIIe 8,M " 8 

TJIJIiH DEEP j p BUKKETI 

GFFIOEBS BABDY .od 1-LtKB 

BBTBY TBOTWOOD M , ss FA ^ ' ™ JJ 

EMMA t Children, t ■""j""«"'.""."";V.""'.V."" 

To conoluie wi h the sparkling little Piece de BeUetuee entitled 

BEAUTIFUL FOREVER! 

?0ll™^ JtI0 ''"; W.LL1E SIMMS 

32f SIMPLETON «■>» H.W.OX 

™..l * FLKT ° N " ■•• - MI8S FANNY YOUNQ 

^HSJCL^^I^!^:" - I'l" ""••■"■•; -V " " • ' ■ • ■ • • • ■ " • • • " — • ■ ■ MI8 » JK»NIK LEE 

The Piano U»ed in tils Theatre Is from Sherman & Hyde'*. 

«?- OPERA GLASSES TO LET at tbe Stand In tie Lobby, 



I3NT. 
That Gorgeous Furniture 



,...F0E THE.... 



HOLIDAYS 

HAS ARRIVED. 

COMS AX1<5I r333S3 IT. 
CA.LIFOIC1VIA. 

Furniture Manf g Co. 

220 to 226 BUSH ST. 

drU-lm 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




SHOW BILLS A SPECIALTY. 



COLD-ROOM VARIETIES. 

Sixteenth St.* Cheyenne, Wyoming-. 

JAMHS W ALLEN Proprietor 

JOENW. DUNNK bntHma Unuir 

HAKEY SPKIGGS..V"...... V.T. btsgs MtnlgM 

HAS JTJ8X B££1V KEVITTID 
snd reopened for the Fall and Winter Bea- 
con #itti s flrBt-oliiBS OomDany. embraoinR Harry 
oP r "Kgs. tbe great character aotor; Usrrj LrOr- 
r-iDo, blly Forest, Mr. J. W. lionne, Mies Loo* 
Hall, Mies Minnie Pavic, Mies Nellie Kejmonr, 
Mi»b Jennie Logan, Frank Bulley, George Tobler 
ard Onarles MilL-r, and a lull and efficient or- 
chestra. 

•9- Lady talent oomtrg Bait osn always escore 
esgagemeot* by applying to J. W. ALLEff. Pro- 
prieior. GyOD SAL iKJES PAID. ss24-3a 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

•VTK.eO.IA VITY, RETsnA, 
JOHN PIPEE Pbopeietoi 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

SACBiMEJfTO, CAL. 
JOHN PIPKE 



BOTH THESE ELEGANT THEATRES OAK t 
be rented by tbe nigbt or net?k. Stars sod I 
traveling uompaoieB tibernl.j' treated wiih on ap- . 
plication to JtraA Jeii-J^jK, 

Manager and sols Proprletot 
O- to tf, H. MeCAJLIK, 
jn28-.-f 33« Bash s-rset. San Franolsw. 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTIrlfl. 

ELOODTION AND DEPOETMENT, 
LADIES PKEPAKED for the STAGE. 

PRIVATE 1HEATBI0AL8 AND AMATEUE 
p»rlormanuea direot4-d, by a Uiy and geotlB- 
man of more tnan oidmary experienos. For par- 
ticnlira apply to ME J. H. MoOABB, 

Thpatrlcai Agent, No. OSt> Waebicgton ^t., 
delO-tl San Branoisco. 



A.LFALFA! 

3VJKW CROP. 

FOE SALE, OHOTOE LOT OF FINE OALI- 
fornia-. rowa »]f lr.n. iu lota io suit, for casb, 
■ t market rates. Oar seed, nolilo that imported 
from Oble, ie fl'-e ind fre° from Mn«tard or otber 
foreign eted. Vegetable, Flower aod Grass Seed, 
eto., eto. 

GO.OOO TCnrofe Plants. 

100,000 G-xuuTrees 

Fine PlantB,7rveB,BnlbB t -ndall nicks in the 
line. (r. = h aca go--d. Splendid t-tock. 

*■ E. MOOKE, 
Seedsman srjd Florist, 4«5 Wathicgion etreet, 
Ban FraooiEcn, Oaiif-<rnia. D&-ltD 

►" Sei.cl f..r new Uiatal -icne. 







gi»*iC' 



GOOD WOBK 1 LOW? PKICES ! 

LOVEJOY aTwILLIANIS, 

NEW PHOTOGBAPH'C 81XIEBT, 

ISS Kearny Blreet. oppoaiU Whit« Iloaae. 

J0.WILLI4M8 (LATE OF BBADLEY * 
. BnlofaonV) and W. K. LOVEJOY (lal. of 
Vaogtan'e) b,TU3R usociaud thsmselvat to- 
■etner. .elicit tbe pttion.ua of tbelr friend, and 
the pnblio generally, ,nd hope their long experi- 
ence will be KDarenPse tba, the, will do Oret-oaa, 
work. deft-lm 



WAKTTHIJ , 

McDANIEL'S THEATRE 

CMK-1TJCSIKE, rVlOhlllS, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

KT-Talent going East will Bod it to their adrsa- 'ill 
tags before leariog Oallfoinia te correspond with < 



mf9 



<J. McDASIEL, 
Look Box No. 1. Oheyenoa. Wyoming. 



GEORGE MAYE8, 

DEALER IN OYSTERS. OLA MS 
andail binds of SHSLL FISH, 
iUileNos. *0, 4-1, •£©, California 
Karktft, pntranoe on Ofclifornis etreet 

Poblic or priTftt* partier, sad families »applil4 ! 
i[oiu6i.E to 12 P. m. Ladieo' *ad GsnUsznsall 
Off^'sj Room onto from A *_m. to 13 p.w -*»271j 







teaching berioners. 



CLAY -STREET I 

RIDING ACADEMY, 

83 ki Clay Strict, cor. >, 
Stockton, 

This is tbe mo«t > lers* I 
atd oommodtooB Ridist i 
Academy in the city; opsa f, 
d»y and evening. Partlo- 
nlsr attention p*>d to I 
d>2&-Im 



A. MaRSQALL A RETT, Proprietors. 



WANUrAt7TUB SBB 

— A»D— 
BBPA1SKBS 



THOS. W. BREE & CO., 

GOLD and SILVER PLATERS' 

y 

GO OHURS/BOHJOS, 

^Ei*-' —AMD- 

BRASS FOUNDERS & FINISHERS ■ 

•ttrLessoHB iri'en on the Banjo and Dram. **» I 
MLSSION STREET, between First and Second. 

N. B.— Fiaa-toned Sily ' 
sasionsle always on naod 



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CANDIES 1 CANDIES I 

XatX. -A.- MBROBR { 

Mannfaotores everj deserfpttoa of 

CANDLES, ^Vholcsale and KettalL 

518 K-srny 8L. between Baoramento and Oah- 

fornia, and 197 Seoond ttreet, between 

ind Hatoma. nol-Lm 



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MAMMOTH SALE 



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fYMFORHIA T HI A TBI. 







DRY GOODS 



SEIU UNION THE 



— ■Sir. 

jasiary « «BIOOND WXDB 



_ 

J WraeMAw* 



PftntiiA'* PdiQPfi ^* ^IAD "QUEEN I "^^r^r^i^ 6 

■opniA aivij nn tt, ■ ■ ■ - ■_.. _r , _ i _ 



>n.-Ooar..T of I Million of 



ai'L^Ei 



OAUOAIN 






*«i3 



Miliar. Valtie THE 

TO SELECT FROM. 




A»a n»>i «. aw-.i a r-t. Teen. 1 M . 

WONDERFUL CIRARDS. 

I IUasnL,Li, fTTLiIBN. auilil, 

In Their Saltatorlal Gymnastic Folly called Leg-Mania. 
PROF. O'RIDARDOIV, 
iRAND CONSOLIDATION Wonderful Tumblcronican Performer. 

r IiAURA and XI AnnT O ILe .A. I*. JK 

In Ihi-lr HinrOInK I >.•■■ 1 .1.- Trn |>e>x« a 

IfWO STOCKS. MonTAu. 

I'll .Aaarrn i 



ft House Yesterdtf Wis Crowded.!:/; 



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DBNTIBT. 



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Da* tot, stia,. ->. , . 

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,,.. Mil,.,. 

MMfll All MAT 



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ttfttiwtllwaa 

a 

it liiZ 1 



■nmttiTii 

liittirdur t> k| 

1. (*.»», «t*ra a, 

' : 



EOPLE'3 PALACE, 

TBB SHIT 

COMMISSION HOUSE 



AHUM! 

i cm, m»i 

M 



Hand 913 Market Street, 



'*• B res . 



'• Nymph »f Latlei Brrg 

- f.lJ'HM" the lj>eee. ... .. 

e J n«lir*l "I Aehaesp* 

»tw leg ID* Raw. • 



u. A ait Hon*. 



bfl 

-.AIM i 

„.„ ...as 

Ii atim mu "«iH'-«»», -1- St VJR^q* PR It. vxeODfl. MlagRa X 

STANLrY. SKLi.tat PgeJ-kY. M AOUIB WO A PUT u4 ethers. 

NynopoBl* ol Scenery And Iooldentii. 

* -T I »i»->-.e lt4.-n.TTKtr II .r.L r« RrrMfi (Untl laeaee M — The l.n-lte Seep. BumJI,- 'itittj on tb«B«»k>or 
*•»• KklB«. »'•»• fa -Toe Uretl* •• me Khi«. mq Naial'a B.ta B«H*I «tf the !>>*l OroiM, IntredBcUg Its 
»'■■■■•■'•«»•■« Mlai«-r« a-i1 i --rt 4* tut •« nmi4 Table m 

II "*■••• Uu - ii r »rn«mtt« UATKSut. Bmm M -T»« at salaam* Hall* of I wrl-l Prnf. 0'st>e>rd*.a 

la hi* W*b«V fs.1 Tmhl*. • •.*-•.• r-rf t r«Mr- l,««r« .■■• Il.rry (lark. W »««*■*- fa 1 Danhu 

Trap*.-. U r-a~a* ft..,,.-. P«i eJe- n»T*nr<. Im-rl.hrri ll.un. 1 .s aV Coal.*-, Msrie G.B«aJa. 
••■ ».1 *r»altk •Deaws-e.l TntjlBa»B) 

Act III. BArorVT Unix iii l-oaea*r»B«OA«n.* •..•a* id- ut^ub-n^tr in the lastle. t.e*aeld —The Cr-ittiOhae.- 
■ar tawMMth be him. L#r>i«ii« -* ■ t »>j the Ulrar^i Seeee tie.— Qotftie Oftentbar. Seen* Mh — l>*rcb.« »b 
< Rslle, until eeeee eaeeapyiag tie aat rsd •«•(., t( 111 -lags.' «4r*»d H.<rh «f llr A->tx«a« •■■ IVatrllkr- r-h- 
l*«» 

A t IV. Seaae 1st — TaUrtor of th» O4.1 1 .. «<■•■>• L»u — To* f'oiU. Ap n roa«b of tba Ainogt ap«o tba Ctetla. Iba 
?t«i»4 Qvaeaaeeqeeri aad fanr*M. T«* Ci*«il«> F.itn«>r»f>d. H«a* it mm KT<*1a«1 4|o*«a. 



Oiiwir.'. 



Irfl 

J... >n«Mt 
T.BB. MM 









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DKCLE JIMJ VISIT. 



I MM.'. ■••« ..... 

»o i m.iwia ... dak 1 auu.aui 

CmI« 



THE TOURIITI. 



SPIRIT TABLE. 

K.llT lfMk*tio. 



StSDAV ATAmRO. J.on.rr lit], foiiHH 0p«. Mlfbt. «I,A PAVORITA I" VFktn tbo KEnlltL^BU.O 
6I3TKS8 ud the C >rp« d» B.llt t will *pp«.r. by lb. kind fvmlMloa of Mr. b.- ton H1U. 



T...I .k.l.k... r.ai 

To oonolnd* with tba lao.b»bla aid b ol l. 

Goal Heavers. 

Onavneuta J bj tba Oatapaa- 



• 



I harles R. Peters & Co. 



llJCIIt TI'llUl 



jKiaiwiS»f«« 







ftJOTBD' 



:al estate and commission 

* ALLTUIIA BElBi HIS AUCTIOX.aU. 

.. 40j1 California St., 

Otra-Mtu Beak af California. 



*ar aaraoa *bo bai bad bttilaae 
■ Fr a aal M O aa4 «•• Yoib aoi elac. 

*n t* iiini-(w» raara. 

« H >«atM Hitler R.a.al.701 Iff c* ad. 
o It.ta-foi Titlat Waated. 
hall bald a l*ig» Aaetlna Bala In Mar or Jan*— 
4 la rear propatt* afur Fahraarj Ufe, Halt. 00 
Ikitataafitil sflar Harab lit; I will 
v »->a a tBArkal tor it,aad a oawiljla of Real 
aU baatoaaa. aA-Itt 



il.TBiB 

rw «i«» 15( ' 

WilEn 

(QlllA"" 1 "^ 



|DGtG ISTOGG 

....AlTD.... 

Turkey Free 




cui-« T8D 

HIitltM" 

l!iwSS*?B 



it** 



iristnias and Ne iv Year 
Days, 

ot Scotch Saloons, 

8 Sutter Street, 



HOT DRINKS 

....FOB. .. 

Winter Weather. 
hack:, pohsett, 

Ml 1.1.1 il \M\FJ, Kir. 

SPIERS & POND, 

422 SACRAHENTO STKEET, 

(Oaa D»or btlow 3»n»omi. ) 

L.UNOH. 

A PIEW BILL OF FARE AVERY DAT. 

Tba Propriavjrt of tba apf*r. APead bare par- 

obaaad from 

A rorVIAK WRITER 

Oo OaatroBoair, 

Three H«adr*>d nod Twelve Bills of Fare 

Calculated to meet tba waata of 

ONE THOUSAND PERSONS. 

Who mar Iberafore be certain of a diflirent pro- 
irifflne f>r 

F.VA-Rt' DAY I1K THK TPAE. 

Soup. Fleh, Entrees, Joints, etc., 

At eleeeo o'tljck. prtcUil). 
4BB S .cramtnto Btreat, one door below Saneome 

tltS-lM 



And 336 Bush Street 

BOTH (III KKIEJ1 

, .1 B IT S3u^oa». Tb. 
4l>«awn b..»md waol.iotoe 
1.1 lb. itaadanl .rig. .1 to 

Deb*., hot • r Doll. • jn.ci.lt,. 

._., I BBrous « ^(ffeiso, 
a.,1 Bub-Suial Sjooa. 




a.WniHO'8 OTSTEB GROTTO 

rw iwiij* .a Q.BiLm.o. aja /^ 
annlng Pan RoastNMr 

IfAW and tha Moat D.llcloai Dlab In lb. 
Oi.Ur Una. 

Intent 
A. W. 



X>Z?ll«»ca Por 

immo. ProprloMl. 



BAtH 



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w 



u ! 



sH 



tAL 



" T \\ E VILLA," 

At tba New 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tba BalldiDic harlot Jart been osmpletad. Is 
bow thrown opf n to ' be putil.o. Tba honsa Is eie- 
Ctntlr Inrnlabed. and bet 

XT'otait Pu?>lio Parlors, 

— AM1>— 

Ten Private Dining Booms, 

The sta jle bolna nail', net Ilk* a pabllo hotel 
but aa it la named. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"The Villa" la located at tha last or north-west- 
ern gete of tba Perk. 

Epioarean BraabfeeU. ninnera sod Sappers 
prepared 00 thaeborU1.1t notice. ' 

GUDIO MANGENBERG « CO., 

PB0PBIAT0R9. ir 1» 



CHRISTMAS CHEER. 

THOMAS P. WALL, 

....or ma — 

Cosmopolitan Sample Rooms 

Ao AO TIIIKD STKEET, 

Ha. Uld to a apl.odld .look of LIQUORS 

For the XXOX.IX>A.Y*4 ! 

.Timloioa's Merrowbono-I*ne Dlit'llmr Pnblln 
Whltk>. ex sbip Uouboldt: Qlenlifet 80010b 
Whi.hj : DooMit.nmilUi Old Ran. htotpoH Dlt> 
tillei, Pitul>ars; Gainoe"' XXX Dublin bloat : 
Bete' Barton Pel* Ale. All esmplee I O cents 
Uet Sfolrh A- Irish "Vybi.Ui ■, Fsrjt Noifi. 



CEORCE B AUSTIN 

Hseioi porobesed IDs Intereet of An* L, WaDOA- 
MaN Id tbs Saloon known aa tha 

Depot of the Celebrulrd C'ltlestgo Deer, 

No. 623 Sacramento St , 

Where he wonM be nleaecd to saeet hie friends 
end th» public (t.osi.Uj. A good loooh willal- 
wav»be ptorl lad . 

(LAM I IIOWDER F.YrBY DAY. 

The bail Wines and Liqnois dlepensed. A 

UtEE AWD EAWY 

Kveir Bstnrdtj nlffbt lo oooTjeotion with tblsae- 

Ubllebment. A 6r. t-o Use Pianist engaged. 

d«l-Im 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AMD 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

Ci.*>U WA«1IIN(..T0N ST., 
O'JOb'lis Kniirnay. PKICMCB . 
KttDUUKD. BAthrj, 2J, oente. 
BhftTlng. Vi cente, llalr Oat- 
Mnn. Mount*, bheinpioios;, W> 
oects. Mudloutod Bathe. JOHN GRKIF. 

se3-tf 



i». J. GATELY, 

Formorly of the 

"SUNBURST SALOON," 

Is lo be round at 

Ola Hew •ample) Rooms, lOlB Market 

■treat; opposite Fifth. 

Star* His old friends and the pablio asnerelly will 
Aid bera tha choicest bracd* of LIQUOR* and 
OIGARS. j<A-3m 



MILITARY GOODS 

GOLD AND SILVER* THEflTRICfti 
TRIMMINGS, 

SIS H»t|O.UT Unel, Kwwwi lt«. 8. 



T. BODCUEU roHSSOa. 



OO TO THE WINDSOR 

BOOT AND SHOE STOhE.E 

0O5H Mnrket Ntreet, 

Near FIHb. 

The Lsrceit asBortmant fcr Geoti, 

Ladies and Obildr.B, 

at tha Lowest Prices. j>9-lm H. F. WALHU, 






To the Unfortunate. 

IIR, UIIIIIONa IlflPFKNAkV. 

/> — s. HO. e»8 KEARNY BTRKRT, COR- 
A ?t& Set of L'ommerOiel, Sea Vranolsao 
JBt9r-sa Ka'ranca on Commercial etresL Uetab- 
fgaV^jJ llnhrd In IBM, for the treatment and 
•"■our© of all dlseaees of the orlnarr anil 
^baaBBBW ateneratlTe o fees, and sit physical oon- 
d i ./us or weakneas aooisqoent apon the errors 
orlrnorsBcn i f Un> eei-'s, ISklndiseae* (of years' 
standing) a- d olOTtted leai atiBueaeiolI* treated. 
The .lokand theafflict.d stionld not fail to cali 
Opon him. The Doctor bee trevoUd esteosleely 
in Knropa.a"d ioepocted thoroosbly the varloai 
hospitals toore, obtaining a arrest deal of Tainabls 
information, wbleb Pels competent ta impart to 
those lo oeed of bis eerTicas. Dr. Ulbbvn will 
make no rh .r«» nole.i heflT-ct«e care. A ddrsas 
DR. J. K. U1UB0.V. Wniw;,»in francisco. 
netAwtf 



POSTERS, 

Pro,rs»mo*. and all kind, ol Prtnllan tor 

•HOW, 1.W111KE, COKOKBT, Till 

1TKI anil OIHVVS »i».\UK»l, 

AT LOW BATES, BY 

:b. JE". sterett, 

ASS dill 1TRIIT, mkl 



LEAKY ROOFS, 

Tin, Atphaltom, or Bos- 
ton Mastic 

RBPAIHED. 

8uud ortlera lo n. G. FI8KE, 
809 Uarktatreot. 



OR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL WUSEUB, 

And t'ollege ofhCedlclno. 
in linn brautiful AND INBTnUOT. 

1V/.UUU ivo ohieota to be aeen. Open to (hi 
PnMlc DAV AND NIGHT, at JCUKJWJKA HALl 
»tS Montgomery street. FOR MEW ONLV-, 

asp- Dr. Jordan's ParraTB OrriOB la at Sll 
Oesry street (opposite old Moohanioe' Pavilion). 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CRAB. 1. 8TOXR, Proprietor. 

No. 4 1 7 Kearny Street* 

Between California and Pine. 
Tbls elegant resort, bsa lately been enlarged, and 
now oontstns l new P,n»el uMee. The beet Xlqadasj 
and Cdgars at tbe B*r. Fire Urtre finely f ami. bed ' 
rooms, for olaba and prlTata parties oothelrasm 
terms end ralas. j«7-jaa 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN' SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, mOISTER SEA L OBS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lnnchee, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRINS VOIR WIFE1 

BKING YOUR FAMILY! 

BRING YOUR LA11V FRIENDS 

And anlo, . ri.w ol tha flni*.'. OtlRAN PANO- 

KAMA IN THS WOHLU. ill in il«ht ol 

tha .orld-raoo.aad 

CS-olden Gate. 

With a u.ab ol whllo-wlo,.d maawnf ara inttiiii 
Iromarar, partol lha oommanlal world. 

afw'New Lion Baaaea, ooDorotioa wtlh Btraa, 
Oara jit l.on. Mountrlo erary W attooua her.alur 
for tha Cliff llon.a 1,1-tff 



R. MEN D EZ, 

No. 10 ■ Ceary Street 

hbd lion, 

FRRK AND EiHT eesry 

Sstu'dsy evening at 8 o'olook. 
B*st Wines and L'qoora. Tha 

'().! Hportv" will always be oa 
band to meet bis friends. 

JnlS 



319 BUSH STREET. 

ALHAMBRA HOUSE. 

'PUIS R0U8B. BEING OKNTRALLY ^^ 
1 K'cut.id, near all tns p.lnolpul Hotel t, |ET 
Restanraot and plaoes of Aii.i.e«mont, BMJ 
Strsngeracan Hod good, comlortible, pleas- ^ K " k 
ntand elegant ro-imi at rea.onabl a prices. 
poU-tf 



CANDIES. 

4 LL KINDS OB THE FINEST CANDY 
.tL mad" at our titeain Oaody Factory dally. 441 
>irdeiT, ospaoially from tbe ooantrr, hta aolloltad 
-pd will be promptly •ttaadad *f- — .-— m - 
OANTT m WAONBR. 
inais lOf Monteensry u. neeir Sattar 



FHED. KA.XZ, 
BEEF AND POKKv 
BUTCHER, 



auDa OA to lOS Oa'a. M.rkst. 
aw- lu. t&aA ^opulir Fim.lj ataaa Is ch, clVr. 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Elthar California or Eaataro Orator., 
Oooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'5, 

Stalls M.S9 and S3 fJalifornla Market.' 
(Entranos on Pine Streot,) 
BbT* Families and Reetaarants supplied at short 
notice. dotf-lm 



Qe* 



J. C. COMBES. 
TEBBAPIN LTJ1VOJH, 

Cor, Second uotl Teh'tano. aareeaa. 

— aar-Tarrapln oonaautl, oo band. 

0,it«ra In o»err 11*. PBIVATS 
.SOPPBB BOOMS FOB PABTIBS. 
dscll-tl 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

OBALEBS IN 



-. Jt.ll 61* Oaliloraia 

jt, San Franottoo. tp.n Da, 

aodMlaht. ramltlaa, Pnbl.o arfd Pri- 
vate R 



S^JJSSt' 



TDIATBI, HI1WMTKKI, A\U HAS- 
UI'KBAIII BKDIIlBBSXailS 

WiaiEUU 

Tlrhtl, Pad,. Marlfqnla, Clown and Anima 
Dreaaei, Maak,. Spat «I.b, and Onld and Sll.tr 
Trimntlnna. MA'l'UAN JOSK.PU A CO., 

no» All Clay Street. 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADIES' 

FASHiONABLE HAIR DR1HEI 

BanBenovod to 

811 WASHINGTON ST., 
Fonr door, below Stockton etlw. 
Hairwork ol all Doaorlptiool made to prdat 
Obarsee moderate. lallini 



9. 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OHAS. T. BICRGOLD, FROPRIKTOA 



THE OHOI0E8T HEATS AND 
VaMUblss 1 _Board t by the weed. 
4 OS PIN*, bTBJCJCT- between Kearny 



■.B-l Mnet'CraB). 



m 



WELCHMEW AHOY. 

1ST JOBBS' BUBSTirUTB FOB TITBIOl, 
SA4 Baal a"*l> daU-laa 



THB JOBKNAL 99 AJIOBBMDIM. 

PabUahed »»mt Dv *n *b* Ye*r b» 

T. y BOOARDUB 

HI M«-*-e*eu.a ■»«! S8* Wwhlnitoi *U 



-:9DA7 JANDABY 6, 1874 



A Bad Talc. 

When Jooei' meoigem wis in Mil.ri 
borg lb» Jut lime, the proprietor wouldn't 
pay ha bill for advert sing in the Momiog 
A.rga< , aod so the editor attached the cage 
eonUioiog ttiebjeoa. The Sheriff ssoortd 
the case aod broagbt it around to tbe Ar- 
gus cffloe, whore it remained for several 
week*. The bill amoonte* to bnt fifteen 
dollars— and as the animal ate tw« dollars 
worth of men! a day ft* four weeks, tbe 
amoootof profit in that particular form of 
coll-ct ng tr.e debt did not seem to be en" 
eoorasindv larne. One afternoon the 
hyena broke lcose and nearly chewed up 
tbe foreman, winH Mw editor eared him- 
Hlf only by snddealy climbia* out on ibe 
r->of. The hyena tore around through that 
sa3«tam.u(^e:tiQ« type, rolling in printer's 
ink, and (c diner himself with poatry, and 
advert, semen to, and wood-cuts, and incendi- 
ary editorials on Cnba for four diys, dur- 
ing which tbe publcjtion of the Argos was 
suspended acd the editor remained on the 
roe/thinking Bvlenmly ab^ut tbiaga. Fi- 
nallt tbe sheriff (.laced a l*dder against Ihe 
batlding and undertook to destroy the hyena 
with a gbot-j.un. Be fired eighty-seven 
times before lufltctiDg a mortal wonnd, and 
when at last the edttorisl corps returned, 
tbe room looked as if the tattle of Watir- 
ioo and three or four skirmishes had been 
fouftht in it. Probably no hyena was ever 
bnrird aitb more lierature in its stomach 
than tbat b>-yoa of J'<nea' bad; and an 
impreiwion did get abroad that it died, not 
from the wouoda rtOrived from the aberifl's 
guo, bat from its it ability to digest those 
tough e-litormli ot the Argu* a-jd tbe origi- 
nal poetry. Mei aseribb which advertiee in 
the Ar^us now Jiavo to \ ay in advance and 
give ttie e liter's family dead-lead tickots 
for tbe teasnn. 

Max Adeleb, in Boston Courier 



The Voanjf .1Un from fie East. 
" l*m a atratiger in tbl« cly, 
I'm lat ly iromthe Ea«t, 
Ard uiltthtj fond ot Qj»leT4; 
Wb re can I ■«■ t a ft aet ? 
I've k'Dt.' all -he re-Ueiimta, 
Bo no»b- rt- o-ald I fl'id, 
A plata ef Ea'-tern oyfrterfl, 
Of iheold-fa-hioutd kind." 

•' Wall, I can sell : on," said hti friend, 
"Kiacily wht-re to >«, 
Ana wh<re to get your oysters. 
Direct I.'om where lb* j tr; w. 
Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 
At 410. below the Market, 
You'll >ee a Slgo, 'TBE WADDLE EOCE,' 

Ton can't f-il to remark it. 

" Emerson Oorvtlte keeps tbe place, 
The bent taloon In town, 
Th-r. yon tan ga, your oysters raw, 
Or fried to c-rlrtp and brown. 
H-'= the 1 rg**t oyster dealer 
On th.' Pacific Ooa*t. 
and that h» aeepa the freshest 
Bm erer been bis boast. 

'• BV« cot nloe little private rooms, 
Where you can fit at ease. 
And tat yoor O*:iiornl* stew, 
Or Eaete- n If viu please. 
Ail the joodst men of fashion go 
tilXit to tbe 8A.DHLE BOOK, 
To rat their EASTEBN OTSTEE8 
And drink their Rhoolah hook." 

The Psanio is over 

Bnt it ha* Mi it's « fleets U the great dapres- 

Klon Id b ;• In- >r tti-cQgboat tueEa- 1 rnSt t»8 
OaUforcla with it' o in enrreno} has escaped. 
eattrtlT aid tne con*' qat-nce 1* tciat many 
etraPgera trtm ibe East aeie-n walking onr 
■teeeu, who fl >d t e ollmtte ealubri^uj aad 
naaDees l ■■ tea tLy obdnion Th-y also find 
that llTiig )B cL> ap-r ) t-re for proof of wblcb 
fota L til- Meyer V » hite H"OBe Rea'aorent 
113 Eeainj St. near Fos< wbue the mottcboloi 
■Mats and vfg'tibJea are b rv« din every t-tyle; 
and yet tne pr.cea a*e reasonable. 12-h 



Important to smokers. 

Tew men in San Frmci-co are aware that 
he enteri ruing Arm of Eahn A Haas are em- 
ploying white f smiles labor In tbe manufac- 
ture of their Cigar*. Tbeyery bett mat-rial la 
m»t din tblse>'abllahm*nt. 0*11 and convince 
yonraelf at 778 Baraet atreet, between Third A 
rourth atrett. Finest brands Havana Cigars 
constantly on hand. 11-t 

X>o W oc Suffer Irom Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Oerns, Bun- 
ions, Club and Ingrowing Kails, can find Instant 
relief by applying al Pr. B. fl. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, S10 Kearny -tree*, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 
t*M«k from experience, having tested the Poo- 
ler"! capability. Barerenoea eiTeu Itrequired. h 
a 

»r. Doborty 

Baa devoted nia atndy mora paitteularly to 
chronic and apaoiflo practice, and as such Is 
new the moat suooeeaful of any Physlelaa In 
Ban Fraxeuac. Office 518 taacramento street, 
eomer of LeJOeadorff. a few doors below What 
Onaer Hon** i 

Thirteen 1 ears Eatabliahed, not Blob 
TeiT Why 1 

Baoaaaeooezb' rblt*nt profl ti are made at t 
groeery boat* of 8. Sbirbiro 4 Bro., Ml Wiebitg- 
top atreet, below Moptgom- ry. IZb 

Dental Work. 

Fob ttsxst qd»litt or woax, go to T. 0. Jea> 
■up, dentlat, oor. Sattat .od Montgomery, over 
Tuoker's. t-v 



Special c<> LuaifS 

For dressmaking In all Its branches and tbe 
latest styles, call on Mrs. J. 3. Walker, at S10 
Post atreet. Term MfOciWe, 3 Etf 



Vreifa anH Sw^i . 
Fer aba beat oonleotiooery, gv to Canty and 

Wagnar'a. ltfl Ueotgomery '■L near Snttct. ■ 



Bemember the place to buy flrs'-claas hotter, 
Lggs and cheese, u Ko. 72 and 73 California 
M: -ket. 12v 

Cnr!:, s - t- ^es, »nfl Wlia etc, made Stylish 
and okaa* . .-air stec A30 Washington atreet, 
Country tt attend e to. 



GLOTR8— Oteaoaed ud dyed by a new prooeas, 
at SirOWS. 25 Poet Street. 



an acWu^^oiTnTnTerTiew^wTTn 
Matilda Heron by "Critic" of Wilkea* Nee 
York Spirit of tbe Time*, we clip the follow 
ing: In a word we stated our mieeion. After 
a moment's hesitation, during wblcb the 
great Gamille of the past i-emed busy ar- 
ranging the memories which oatnecruwd ng 
ooa upon the other, she seized to Oriiic'a 
hands, and with tears in ber voice Mid: 

"You come from my old friend Wilkes. 
I am glad to see you. 1 st all never forget 
him, nor never think of him but as my 
beneTaotor. It was be who found me a beg- 
gar girl, strnggliog for fame, unknown and 
fnondlrss. It w.b hie voic* tint won for 
me fr ends on the far Pasifle Coast; It was 
b'spen tl at first told Ue word of my tri- 
umph. He placed open my neck the dta- 
moud croflsj &Ld telped me to fortune. 
(Here the stricken woman wept bittorly; io 
a few moments she returned. ; Ah, be is 
one of Nature noblemen. When I first 
reached California I found him, and my 
success was doe to him. He was like a 
brother. I shall never forget bim. I car. 
Lever repsy bim. God bl«ss him." Aod 
here her thoughts went b-ok to the distant 
days when unknrwn aod friendless s\e 
sought the far Pacific C« a*t and won her 
first recngoition as an sotress— acd fjr a 
minote she was silenced. 

In hopes of roaBing her f.om ber reverie 
Critic dashed at once into the subjtctcf 
Cam ills. 

Cnmo— Is there any woman on tbe b age 
to-day who cau play CsmiUc? 

Mies H. (suiting)— Play Camillel No, 
not one; nor will there ever be sgsin. I 
was Camille. When I ceased to pl>y the 
part, Camille waaeeen no more. Do you 
know where I got my conception of ber ? 
I'll tell you. I got it from tbe word of Got?. 
From the story of Magdalen. No actress 
who depends on fancy boots and magnifiV 
cent cl-itbes can achieve grtatotss; they 
must take a redemtiOE&l view of Camille 
to give itgreatoesiaod to have tha trae con- 
ception of the character. 

Objtxc— Who was the greatest Armand 
you have eeen. 

Miss H.— Tbe greatest Armand in the 
universe is Fechter. All the others are 
alike, with but one exception. I saw Feoh- 
terin Paris years ago— yeocg, handsome, 
and splendid; be played Arrxand as none 
bat Fecbter could do them or has done 
inoe. Doche ikived Margaret Gautier (Ca- 
mille)) but ber haberdashery won half her 
battle. She attracted the eyes of tbe audi- 
ei>c- ; Feoiter woa their hearts. It wab an 
inspiration. 
Ckitio— Will you ever play Camille again? 
Miss H.— Teg: I shall play it once more 
before I die, to show tbe people that Matilda 
Heron still lives. 

Carno— Who was the best Amerioan Ar- 
mand ? 

M«s H.— Sothern^'DandreaTy" Botb_ 
ern, as tbey call bim now; and I taught bim 
how to pl^y the fart. 

Carno— Who did you regard as the best 
American actors when you were on tbe 
stage? 

Miss H.— There was but one— Poms'. 
All tbe others were babies— all but one; 
that one was Wilkes Booth. Had he lived 
he would have electrified the world; but te 
died and bad to have a martyr for bis vic- 
tim. 

Critic— What do you think of the stage of 
theprtsent day; has it advanced or has it 
retrogaded ? 

Miss H.— The stage of tc-day is nothing. 
It is no longer my stage, my beautiful stage 
I loved so well. It is a hosiery sage, a 
• 'Black Crook" stsge, au opera bouffe stage. 
There is no stage to-day. For tbe stage is 
like God. Put tbat down. Have yon got it 
down? The stage U like God. It is sa- 
tire. Twenty years ago there were actors 
and Bctressea, to-day there are none. But 
it will come sgain, mark tbat.it will come 
again, and eoon; I see it oomiog. Do yon 
ask my reasons? It would take longer than 
I have either strength or time to tell them. 
I great tbat the places of amusiment are 
called theatres, bnt are tbey Euriptdean 
theatres? Are they tbe schools tbat have 
come do*n to ns through two thousand 
years, tbe noble inberitanee of dramatic art, 
the art that Shakespeare, whose voice was 
only eecood to Holy Writ, declared the re- 
geoerator of the human ra>? No, I pro- 
test against them as demoralizing, coirupt- 
ing, and abominable — fashion, show, and 
folly; corroding, not only art, but I regret 
to say they are vitiating the taBte of our 
youtb. 
Critic— Have you asen Salvini? 
Miss H.— Yed, is Hamlet. He is wonder- 
fnl, wonderful The Americans can't com- 
prehend bis greatoeae. 

Critic -Who do yon consider tbe greatest 
living actors? 

Mibs H.— Fecbter, Salvini, and Matilda 
Heron. It only needs Bouoicault to com- 
plete the crowd. Dion would have been 
great if be hadn't been to small. (Here Ca- 
mille laughed long and beany.) 

Critic — What do you think of Charlotte 
Cushman ? 

Miss H.— More than ber name were less. 
She gave to 1-fe a thing tbat never woold 
have Lived without ber. I mean Meg Mer. 
riles. To praise her were detraction. She 
is beyond praiBO. The difference between 
ua is this: I made dieoord and she made 
harmony. I was quser and she was reason- 
able 

MifS Heron pronounced Mrs. Bowers tbe 
best American actress, hut wis very non- 
committal about the younger actresses. She 
is preparing dramatio pnpil* for tbe atage, 
and t as a large elat? of these unfledged gen- 
iuses under her charge. 



UUWU W ill always interpose at inoppor- 
tune times. Bo thinks a gentleman of Bnt- 
land, Vt., whose first epouie wa ktd in as he 
was about Espousing another. When be 
parted company with the desertod wife and 
tbe defrauded maiden tbat day, he looked as 
though he wool 1 never succeed In gaining 
the heart of a third. It was noticed that 
the wife was tbe mare dexterous in scratch- 
ing aud bair-pulliog of tbe two, though tbe 
gentle maiden did ber utmost to emulate 
her. Bnt tbe poor tbiog hadn't L-d as 
much expei lence as tbe wife. 

Dlicoaragert. 

A lively tbree-year-cid of this city being 
surprised by his mother in some infantile 
mischief, the 'other diy. Bought safety in 
flight. Being followed and asked why he 
ran away, be replied, "Cos l's so 'scour- 
aged. 

A Poshing BuMiieas M> n. » *, 

A life ins r ooa man in St. Lou's is in 
tbe habit of getting bimsdf on juries in 
doubtful ca^es when business iu his lice ib 
dull. Tbeu be "bangs" the jury until 
every man of the eleven if insured in bis 
company. 

War- Dtciared. 

S une ppoi lo ta'k of Cuba, 
And apemk of w«r with Sdaib, 

Hoping onr soldi* re will go forth 
And take the SpanUb main, 
Bai wise' man parfer to go 
Atd get an oy«Ur sti w 

At tbe r.ockswij House on Market ■ treat, 
So el'gnnt and n»*. 

Hers ovn can talk their baeineaa 
White b&ipfcd in « pi!a 

Omere aod different Mod of hah 
Are cook- d in t\ery ttjl*. 
A private door on t'dd j street, 

A .im- 1= tbe ladies It 
Woila the eal- on for tl.g.nca 

Makeaeverrboflj atare. 
For bwineie men, and other folks 

Itneverua ba beat. 
Tbe food ia got d, tDe prloat low 
At 190* Market street. 12-1 

l?D. KnKHNiKE, Proprietor. 
a 
TJtie A.rt of Dinting and J3o- 
portment. 
Tiose who appreciate cultnre will be glad to 
learn that Profeasor G. E. LesUr bas opened 
an Academy for the purpose of t-achlog,not 
only dan .iof, but thoee graces of de'port'nent 
without which no one can shine in society. Pi of. 
Lester Is a thorough master of his art, one of 
hebestontbls tide of the Rocky Mountains. 
Ceases are held at Grand Central Ball en tbe 
corr er of Sixth and Maakit streets on Mondays 
and Thursdays. 

J. Voareley «Sc Bros, new Ccndy 
8tore. 
At 26 Second street near the Grand rote], Is 
without donbt the moa: elepjant Oandy c tore In 
he city, and the crowd of ladles who patronize 
It openly declare their admiration, of tbe coat'y 
&Ld magoificei t appoli tmestj of t'.e stfre, and 
praise tbe quality of tbe candies Bold there. 
The supply of fancy boxes, cornuooplae Chiist- 
maa tree trlmm ,r ge, and French confectionary 
f- r the holiday trade will be unrivalled- 12e 



NtW UUUUi 




Business Conducted on Fair 
and Honest Principles. 

ONE PB.IOP. 



ALL GOODS WARRANTED AS 
REPRESENTED. 



New Goods Arriving Daily. 



The Oriental vv'nio House. 

€rentl;men of t&s'.e ara invited to visit the 
unrivaled and elega t eitabllshmenf , at 227 and 
229 Bush St. between the Cosmopolitan and 
Occidental Hotel". Tbe long experience of the 
proprietor, J. S. Bloharde, In tbe buslnef, ia In 
it elf a guai t e of tbe excellence of the wines 
and liquors be dispenses, and although but 
recently opened, it already commands tbe pat- 
ronage of oor but ■ itiz^ns. 12-d 

1 Woodbine" 



G-o W**Gr& tne 

Twlneth 
And partake cf the lnxories ti be found 
there, Tbe beit of seaeonable hot punches 
of allklrds, "wondeifsl" luncl ej every day 
and BUht Private p&rlore, gentlf micy ti- : at 
ment by tie proprietor of the "Woodbine." 
Oeo. Collin, Ko. 1 Mo-ton ttrett, one doer 
from the great tharjughfate— Kearny etreet. 
Call! 12bh 



Hair G')ods. 

Tbe obeapest place lo tbe city t i boy Human 
and Imlt ton Lair goods, Toys, Dolls, Ribbons 
ets,, la the New York store 110 Second street. 
Agency for hair Bilk goods, mile of pure silk 
Ho branch stona. Goods s nt, 0. O. D, Tbe 
N^w York t tore haa bjen established for years, 
and is the leading one In the city. 



a plesaeavnc Liooauon. 
Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 

Jentral location, shonld vialt the Alhambra, 
and Inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tne bnilding la a very fine one and is well 
Lighted and ventilated. „ 



THE LARGEST STOCK AND LOWEST PR1C.S 
OF AMY HOUSE IN THE CITY. 



CLOTHING, 
COARSE and FINE 



K7a Ml . aUU 11 a X • X*« MX* W. W 



CHANCE OF TntflE 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE GEYSERS. 

ON AKn AFTER JOFE1, 1873. THE STEAM . 
or AATELOPK.oonnectineat Donanoa Land- 



ing with tha Sao Pranctaoo A Morth ProiQo Rail. 
road Oompaej for Oloverd&le and all iutertnediat 
irtiilei 



_,al- 

•Utiosa. will leave Baa Franoiaoo daily (Band an 
exepUd), from Front atreet Wbarf. at 2 :30 PJf. f 



tnrnlag, tha train will ieaTe Olorerdale daily at 
6:W o'clock A.it, connecting at Donaone with tha 
•ta-aaaracd arrlrlnjin San Fianoiaoo at UM A.M. 
J na ataainera and oare make oloae cennaotionj 
with ataaea to and from all point* 

No more bCKD\x EXCURSIONS until fur. 
iher notice. 

On and after MONDAY Deoembar lat.t'Steamar I 
AN it- LOPE will leara Front-Ftreet wharf at 2 
p. M IVain "rriiringa OlOTerdale at7: '5P. m. 

»y For »ll ioloruiatioE applr at the Oomaanyw 
Oftloe. 4*4 M aatefnarr atreak 

aplS raTER DUNAHCE. Preaidena, 



licfflsaRioi 

fIRST PREMIUM AWARDER 

X>r. HENLEY'S 





The Fortunate Han Who Bnjs hisClotaiug 
at tie 1X1 AUCIIOH STOBE. 




THE UNFORTUNATE MAN WHO 
DOES NOT. 



UNDERCLOTHING, ALL GRADES. 



White Shirts for the Million. 



Watches, Jewelry Etc. 

Of erery description, at tbe T*ry lowest prices 
at H, A, Oallander'a N. W. corner of Second and 
MiasioD atr^ete. Watefaea oarefolly repaired. 8p 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ART ASSOCIATION, 

OPE.MSG OP 

TVINTEE EXHIBITION. 



THE GALLERY OF THE SAN FRANCISCO 
Art Aasoc1at ; on.VIS PINE STRH.Br. '"a now 
open to tbe pobtlo d»ily, from 10 a. M. to 5 r. m., 
and from? to 10 P. M. 

A splendid col eolian of 

CASTS FROM THE ANTIQUE 

I* on exhibition for the first time, enbraoing many 
rf t> > mos' f'.moBS 0:eek Stainea and Putbanoo 
Fil>zeR«l:eroa. Also mora than 

One lltmdretl Orlfloai Oil PalBtln B>1 

Inolndiog tbe celebrated piotare by Jacobs, of 

"KAllSON ASD DELILAH," 



Itteution, Good Livers! 

MS, P. BHBOBS, FORMERLY 
oroprletor of the Miners' Rja- 
Unr»ot. baa taken tbe manaaremen t 
of both tbe Mioers' Res: Aurant oa 
Oommercial atreet aad the Miners' 
Branch on Market street. Oar BlUe of Pan 

amtv-oe »Ji tha debcaeiee of the aeason. Ooj 
aaotte le "Good Fare, Good Oookinc and Moderate 
Ohaxgee." 

P. BCBOKI & CO. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

S81 ind MS Oootm»MUI. CM 
TS» MukUIUHt. 
Ojxn mm 5 aji. w 10 pjt i.28.if 



FANG I SOOD8, WATCHES , 

JEWELBI, NOTIOMS, PIPES, 
PEKPUHES, STITIOSEBT, 

IKSUSa t'tTLIBT, TJtU.MC, 

BIOS, T1I1SE8, TOBACCO, etc. 

A FOLL LINK OF 

Rubber Clothing 



OAU AKD ST^E 



FOB T-OUHSEJLF 

IE1T 



^WE Blow our 

own Horn 
Because 
We Have 

Got A STonk 1 
, That will 



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ADMIT IT. 




IXL Auction Store, 

618 Kearny St., 

Corner of Commercial. 



ITTEKI 
At the State Fair, Sept. 1873 

TUB OSLI KELIAULK T)M 

AHD RECUPERATOR. DON'T BE MISLEAD BY. 

LONE AND POMPOUS ADVERTISEMENTS, 

BUI USE THE LDK6TRIED AN3 ONLY 

Sure Invig-orator 

KNOWN, THE UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS 

AND IMMENSE SALE OF WHICH, FDR 

THE LAST FIVE YEARS. PROVES 

IT TO BE TH~E 

KING OF ALL TONICS. 

Read Ph sicians' eettifioate attaohe'i to phq 
bottle. Ex mini* swornetatementaof onree effeot- 
ed. oa til ■ at < h° otBoe. 

For salt by aU Druggists and Liquor Dealer** 
H. £F81X1N <& t«„ So e Proprietor* 
5t8 Front BlrteL ool7 



1 



i 



FHBSE 

Genuine, 

HONEST GOODS, 

....AKD ... 

Prices a Liitlo Below 
Anybody Else. 

Has been and will be the Beoret 
•f oar £aoceea. 

TAN SCHAACK 
&C0., 

708 ta 716 Kearny St 

(Opposite the Plaza.) 

TO BUYERS, 

Two Words of 
HONEST ADVICE: 

Buy 

When Goods are ao maoh be- 
low tbe cont of prod notion ae 
•be? are new, it ia ltteTit bK 
bat priosa canrot r»m\in long 
r am tbey are. i be Eaetert. 
M ill* are utopDed. Tbe approach 
of Spring and tbe neceseUiee ef 
aoneaiaere will bring a demand 
Manufacturer* will be maatera ot 
-he sitnatioo. Ooode will then 
advanoe rapidl/. Therefore, we 
igaio eiy 

BTJY TVO-W, 

Aod bay **b>>re roar dollar will 
oring too mora goods tban in 
any other honee In tho State 
k t least look b fore ion buy at 
the BARGAINS new offered by 

VAN SCHAACK&CO 

tHreot. importer! of rBKSH, 
GENU NE. HONKsT GOODS, 
at pricea a Hule below ntijbTdr 
else. 148 K>*R*JY STKEE'- 
(appMite tbe PUi*>. 



SAWGrER. BAIjXiX; r 

14 Oeary Atre«>t. near Kearny. 




DEPOT OF WHVANi) A KasOHE'S 

BAY BREWERY BEER. 

nolB-U OHEUS FELDMANH. ' 




TURF GALLERY STABLE. 

OBITTHNDKir 1 DiLTON. Proprietw^ 

• •9 Sutter street Nf>r Kculf 

SAW frBAHOISOO. 
Order. Left »t Ihe Offlee of tbe Srut 
J Hotel frompllr aiteDdtd to 
oclS-tf 



Iwld'i 



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< tllCfe. 

Kiimrmm. 




CAVAKT BIftDS ! 
nmmn ana mm iraa. 

t*. Bla»fk«4 aaaaaaa. 



Ml (tl 



• »* utidicr. rntsi 



iky «, urn. 



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NEW ALHAMIRA THEATRE 



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OPERA HOUSE. 

FllOt* EVEH1MQ. JiRUiR! 




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..CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 

THOMAS MAGUIRE, Esq. 



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JAHUART • 






TEBS 

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WNBbZ 

DTigorat: 

UU I Ii? S 

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U1I0HK! 



ProfesBlon of the City. 

OPERA, DttAMA, 
MINSTRELS. 

IL TROVATORE 

« III a. 

■ Mr. mini *r«Tra 



LAY Btaaava. 

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OIIAND TMRW FTNAL.B, 



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jWj lie. 

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jInfIhm 

SCflilCI 

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16 Ituij S'. 
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BUYER! 
Words 

ST AMICE 

IF 
Now 



REGULAR ENTERTAINMENT 

... tlf-a U Ika ILIIIIII IHUTKK. 

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■ ihjikk i.«r IMItlU miinu. 

j r. iriairr. *•■» iirnu, 

N A ■ B Y TBsariOV, 

l> Ik* Uubilk In aa'ltlea 

DABSTER DONE 

T1fMi< 14bMI1i| ©■•■ P"»i in Km her liana*-. 
ORB BtOLLASB. 




< II1LI AIAO. ■ llll 



DICE 

i own V«»"|. \ 



THE SIEGRIST TROUPE 



i* this wnnDiirri. ruroiiU'iK 



• Hill" 



.nnnm 



JtOOB WMBIIll • Sbaea»..T O. B. KNIOUT 

WILB1BF0BCI OABYIB • T.ilor - BILLY oVTKATNAM 

OAPT HARRY W«LL» la lot. with Oorl.llaa CHARLBT RKID 

wit. dock • »p°'t jou.y.y aioc 

JOIUI TA»K .8,0.1 B1L1 -V "-"J" 

JUITIOB Or OOUBT OOlt.T. MURPHY 

D. J KHHRWUOD Uo«ir,'. »(lt Baa 

JRMIfIR KlIkBUAN Bli'f *lor«k. .1©.'. d.|.«bt. 

" alt., lonu 1 .. ail. 



BUCKLEY'S new VARIETIES 

• -a*** Baa ii mm* r .« m i mi 

!y : 

MAMMOTH PROCRAMMC 

DOrBLK TABXXTT C0MB1SATI0I. 

rifi.ni nonuiirui i,« ( ii»s 

■ T llll. Yl... 
in" iimb »r Tail Haiti, aaaaia 

Ten Nights in a Barroom. 

JAMTAHT II 
laa Yaaaaat wlB DavtaMaaa 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SOKG AND FUR 

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T« eooflnd* wiiii tti* Moral DtAoit of 

TEN KIGUTS in a BARROOM. 

Jm Mont>i....tb* Drvokkri i ■•+>!»/* YVti.r 

Bill (l .no». ..• P.lnM.l B«ltn»bo1»r ... IUrr» l - ■ r 

Mr Baa fr wbo ■»ab» as oSlo* W»:ui I'.ill 

Blmoc bltda ■••par of lb* T.r.rn Hub*/ Mert a. 

rraok Ml.da bia aoa> Frkak Mo:l air* 

Laos »•■**> II* 

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1 ' Bomb. UIt. oit.ill .ml a. .r. .or. loplM.a 

foa. a.D.DriKuJ (IKUROKK WHIIl.ra 

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Far tha rarllj ol II. ajaall.i and taa 
-'llrint'- aff It* l.v.v It I. caaaldcrea 
toT laaaaa la he tha haal Win. In I be 
Caaaari. 

For Sale in Quantities to Suit. 

LOCKE & MONTAGUE, 

Sole Agents for Pacific Coast, 

112 A 114 BATTER! ST. 

■AH VHAIIOiaCO. d.?9-?w 



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WOOLENGOODS. 

TBI UHDEKMOMD IS IN RKOHIPT OF 
BlukaU. riaaaala, UornvBUnkailoi, ato. 
dlraot (r«BQ tbaMil'r.and *illa*llio lota toaalk 
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1* atortaa .treat, no 

Ail DrlrOfB. Ten Cent* 
Net Prlnka a specialty. 

la W. B. WALDBOH. Pmarl.to». 



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Single Outside Rooms, 

——WITH 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair MattraBsex, 

AT THB— ■ 

BRANCH HOUSE> 

All UIUIBC BJTZBBT. COB. tlAIi 

AT 

TB^lTty Cent. jp»a»«- IkJislit 
And Less toy the Week. 



OFl^N Abli NIGHT 

Apr-38 L J. SWELL. Proprietor. 




A NEW HAT STORE 

On Montgomery St. 

NORIEGA BI.JS., 

PRACTICAL 

HATTERS 

628 Montgomery St., Near Clay, 

MAN FRANC I SCO. 

WK WOULD RKSPKOTFOLLY IN* FORM THK PUBLIO 
arid our iiO'iiironi Matron. »r>at wn hev.ir.pi c, miroaw 
and al»Eant -tor- ou MoNTdOMEBT hTItKRT. naar Clat, wbare 
mm a* ill tiubatarnl. ke*pon hmd ibi HN1S1 A8SUR1 MBNT 
of HAT 4 anil I'AP-i i.r.TotT". (1 to tba oi,ix*na of ttid I'aoIOo 
Uo* t, and At ' rl >a wbiob Will dufj comp" itlOD. 

Wk nro . 1 n |-.rf>|.«r.id to maka to Order all ih« Latest StTLXI 
of H*t« And ' Ihpb na nnr»rt. co'loa. 

CLEANING >nd KK Pa I KLN ( i neatli and promrtlr oxnoaUd. 

N. Ii We will (.nil uootfnufl oar atom at ibo old ttaod. Nn 
930 Dapont Btmnt, w&are oan bafuao t our Qioil food aaaori- 

BAaPtOf t/niiil i, nuit comp«t<iDt bklt rn lr- Bttrnd to tha WAQU 

of uaatotnora rinalmft ihara. ■•«' It I ■■:»' A lllto»i. 



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ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



J. P. BOGARDUS, Publishei. 



THE ONLY HOUSE IN THB CITY WHERE THE ORIGINAL 
"GRAND DUKE ALEXIS TIES" CAN BE FOUND I 

Also the Largest. 

CHEAPEST AND BEST 

SELECTED STOCK 

....or.... 

Cents'. Ladies', Misses', 

Children'a and Infants' 

BOOTS AND SHOES 

EYEB OFFERED 

III Ban Francisco. 

BEERS & MAYNARD, 

No. 238 Kearny Street. 




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ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 



Prognmm. of All Established 



Places of Amusement 



IN SAN FRANCISCO. 



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AXUSEMFXT8, Etc. 

CalLf/orala Taoair* • 

a.*ui*J ©«!*«:« tiay of - 

Oases" eouiuiit iTrMt oroer6ad awsa » .sad 
fL^wlaaMitrtowe***- Agraetraw- 
Hiiu— H 1* 1i IW we *a* awJkrt, tas osnpbae* 
ear* lerlrau w*ts grace e»a saoe aad 

prise tpsKM.'es. Betty *B*fc»IHa*»»^taif 
aad M«MOM«>ii*n«ti:it»>* > «l*> eth * Ba * t 
eaarenbag mmt. T*b* GnrAi a* U csattsme tba 
vesder ef aO ib« b-tsid theaa as* Mis* F..i 
T:tMW L*ul«a. Leene MumiM at assart. J. 
a WiUmimm ftokai>7«. MM Meggta Moor* 
at laex end dUwi u i*e cut perlsra tssir re- 



Op*n H»i». 
Tu pie* el ''aUeaarber w. Bsep" ha* Baaie * *>■ 

cadatf MtatthU aas*m. J. P. a*at»a«s tapenatna- 
ttisB a! uxTubir Uriah it gaoerellr yre- 
M«»»CBDt»J;t»»-i-.t.»5f okarsetar tvctiif 
trweaea •* tbe California na»,iod JsktHiW. 
kb u tit mtM'.;'-»iHci*i«r u sigsly ete- 
nsaafel ba rlfi^'t *o» aol>»oe. Th* ecreaar- 
Hj bre* t>f *"Beastifaj Tomir" Is »t et Mae 

J«ri»LMlMIMW|B»l •UlH3*IMliU S»d 

Jeka BmiB atkii mu fit u Tps Wmt»w 
■ m^iri 11111111 Ta* e^rgwesespeeuew 

tftb r^'-i •! as* Cl9t« of Gsl J" u U prwpers- 



AlkAabra 

Aa ta sow tM rs'.e. tfa« b*W TM crowded 1m t 
tfM. These* ancmiMpnTtd qaiui escan. 
Hit Vtmr UB<wtmJ cstfMUr mbp lae»t»- 
tu aula, aad lbs* -JCiosdeaai" vat celled lor. 
Swaatsam aad Meaoicg made bui fas la "The 
Giraffe B-Bitatn: "George S- K^igfet erne hs» be- 
easMqeit* a fevsneo was recalled again asd again, 
mz.6 mad* as l Is his orlii&a! ttiko of "Seaa-ic. 
Discs; his bortsaaa* version of "Kaeelsier'* al*o 
camaaa Hack Lasghtor. Tie giegrist* appeared in 
a sew progreasee of gyaesetlc faau and vara 
l^adlj sppieoded. Tea »ii-'ora«E5» eenxladed 
with aa ax.raTACaa If faosr tit vet eai it'ed "Tba 
B.»ei»" li Which Geo. 6. Kagbl made aha audi 
saoe rear wilblearbur by fcU tasersonetles of 
a Dwt£h accxBiktr. asd Billy Sweetsem «• 
tsaaelyac. eaaafal aa a darkey tailor. Tae aaasa 
MB wfl- ba stir** W-B-rat. 
Benefit to Thomu Mag-air*. 

Oa tae nfiriaalns of tba benefit to aba pioneer 
manager Taaaa* Magair*, which take* tlaoenext 
Prissy crecisg, V*rdi'*graad opera of "11 Tre ra- 
ver* wi i ba praaao'-ad at tba Opera Hoese with 
Msosxs AtitBieutMU L*>«a-.r«, Blamer P.t'ro 
Burii aabUarioa, 8 a-a?re Bieoeoi Uaw great 
Ulllisssgl of Azaoaaa, Mrs. Gf»m T. Xraoa aa 
Iaaa,fc4«aOT Oria»4.o. aa Ooeta 41 LVova, 6 i r— f 
Folrio Eia;o aa Farcasdo asd afoaa. Oaatiaa a* 
B-ois. At to* Albaaabra Toaatra, M»n Jassie 
Laa, Mrs. Jslia MalriUa, J. P. Bureau, Jobs 
fiawaac, asd H- D. Tbompaoo , will appear la ad- 
dition to tba rtc^lu ooapasr. Tlekata aajnlttiaa; 
ota paraaa ta aitaar boat* ara aoid at oa» ooliah 
Taora la aw doabl aoa«t ataoaxar MagaliVe aaaer- 
i l aa . ajj !■■■— H i nil oa aacb ilda or tba (tree t- 
aod tbaraulatlafaaff bet aa trill bava it. 
B*U* Inioa. 

aVmoaf toaatasv attractft-a featsraa of tba bill 
to-si«Bt aaaj ba mabtitsid "Doc a Jim 'a Ttait"by 
JSuataxsoaaad Braa."fbaTomrisU" by atvefcaraos 
BartoQ. Brat, Oaaalta and Eltobla 'Tha spirit 
Ta*la ,: bt Ktll/, MicKtraoa asd Bitcbfe'.aod the 
rarr tooeaaafaltztraTacaasaaatJUal '*Tba Fan" 
is aSdaai atlaa Jaoaia Jobsjos, Matt JKaUr, Jabo 
Woodard asd otb.ari appaac 



As •xstllenl aatartaiaroast of BOBfa, dasoaa 
oomia aeuasd CTBiaaatie aerfonaasea la clraa at 
tbia hooaa. Taa c*?'itl tkatcb antitlad "Taa 
Blchtalsa Bar B»9m" termtoatea tba aTaciee'a 
aaoaa'aest. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

Tba gardaaa ara o-w let tba flsatt ooadttlos. 
Bkatiacaad tba Tnml As mala ararj daj. A 
Craod paxforataioaa asd t^ j paolocalma of ' Laa 
Britaoda" asd tba «r*sd aat "Gtoopa ObiQOia" 
Batardar aad ensdaj. 

AJLtTosacAi, h;.tcx^-Om of the moat 

•csptaca eollactlo^ of t£* kiad Is tba Usitad 
■ -ataa. ooasprtaioj: boodrada of eottly aad baan- 
I Li til artz scodala, ia daiJ* os rtew <to aastlaaiaB 
bsii) at tba Mtutsn oa Moottramary atToat. As 
brat star ba srofUaMa- aoaat bara 



Tbe Matlnu* Fruit Sioi-e 

Keepi tha chdc et TarhtUs of dotsei'lc 
mol lSBpoit d fra.t . J Ulaa, confectionary ato., 
aad l lis t tie lowttt r ba*. Parr, h'-a'.tvj 
Apple Ciior, f eih frim tbe preaf trrt-rj day. 
You iH Boab atre»t, ooe doora^ore Ktaruy. ir 

Ladlea la tbe above handaome carrlagea may 
be aeen any time dojinc; tbe day In front of 315 
Kearny street, near Buab street, waiting (for a 
few momett:) for a dozen or two of tboae cel- 
ebrated Written YUHUg C*rd«, ao elegantly 
ixesn'ed by John P. Dwyer carl writer f&r the 
Grand Hotel. S. B.— Carda writer), enanaTad 
or prlitMl Ir tie Utut and mott faibiota v le 
atylt, handkerchief* mark d. itrncil pla'ea 
ttaatly cot, and monograms esgrared and 

printed, ___^ 11-T 

Happy IVow Year. 

For Bon Bodi at.d M&ttoi f r yoor Kew 
Tear'a t .ble, go to " the tVidlog Candy 
Bto re," George Htat k Co'a, SO Eiamy at tet, 
near Market. Tbelr dl pfa« of holiday fancy 
goods will tct .11/ ecllpee any former nM .ltlon 
«f tbii very popular Crm. Tb'y b*Te alao 1m- 
port^l the mgat elfja^t a--6o:tm-Lt of Prencb 
Oandy Box.-a and Ctr-ccvpiaa erer aeen In tbli 
city. ^_^^^_ l1 '" 

JLaa U Wauaaman'a ICe-w f3a- 
loon, 

Corner of Hal'ctk asd Leldecdorff itrwt'. 
Large asd ommodiom* aaloon cett-ally lo.-a- 
tad, wits anto-rooma, supplied with tha beet 
btaDda of Liqaora asd Ciare; boTLtjona hot 
locoh— hlegTCLt a^eclaity— *errol from 11 x. 
H. t j J r. M ; and a cold lunch afterwards. Drop 
la aul "be aatlaflad." 12bh 



How I Mado fkVO. 

By laying my bed-room fit of furniture of 
J. A. Sasbsr k Co., 707 Marat te reit. two doora 
from Tblrd. They eall Fnmlrare 30 per cent, 
cheaper tnai y other dealers, I tried tbem 

all. 12b 

• - i 

Max Bachert, the Artist. 

(Late of Baron* a in New York,) now with 
UxaaUer k Bo^f^on, la iasal^E hi* Elite For- 
traitt, L 



rVatamesa. 
•a th*l>aak8^5ewa.I>toaanbarS7 I 

The mod is taieke; t.aMi c 
AU-'.^rl-tiihsBka vlo TttiU meraea: in 
Etw bC'OtaV 

Ti*f3-ot*» f cr di*i i I i* npos as •gain 
ffaj -_kz. -who w.J make a diary that ~- 
'w^rrtated wkea." w.t6 a la'are. 

A. fAailr os p*ne ttreel hid is crxter tip- 
pet, Saturday erreniaz, acd borrowed a tcit 
handsonie Bible » set off tbtir oentre Ubl -. 

Just u *oon ai a man be: 5 me* ucl -,nan*'e 
in &:-d?t shattere, nature bomberdj him 
with h«)i*s. We dwi'i u: dereUud it. 

An uctuaal number of people m* cirry- 
ing thair nan U in tbeir pookeU, Utere bting 
is their pocket* to interfere with 



The skunk it co reapfetor of person*. He 
ii jost aj friendly to tbe owner of one rait 
•f ctWtbea aa to tee owner of a dozes, and, 
jf anything, a trifle more eo. 

Tbe Horwicb Bolletin s^y "tbey naTe a 
new dates in Mytttc wbieh tbey ea 1 Ex-nri- 
toki-jak*>kati:c l J tktdcnjako." We ahonid 
Like to bear tbem oall it 

Two hearts that beat ai one are singularly 
obiinou* to Brad, We oerer knew a men n 
lore to eirculste ft petition for ft new pave- 
ment or an additional lamp-poet. 

A unique derioe in holiday gilts is small 
cut-glass bottles of cawr oil, eaeb bottle 
containing a half-deisn do«es, aod prettily 
trimmed with bnl iaatly-colored ribbon. 

A gentlemen who recently addrets&d a 
Kewtown Sunday ccbool, said tbat be should 
•■confine ba remarks principally to parents 
who had lost their children or nerer bad 
any." 



In strolling round .be other nigh*. 
To took et'Fxiaoo by gma light, 

Lrur nerrlafj feet , by chutoe aid stray 
To wnere a foaaj-aln's eeao elo aa play 
Of traarkliaa watora, made a acreon 
Throasa which a sweet bouquet was Seel 
While rioaay atone and pearly shell. 
O'er whick the waters soxly fell, 
Made that -wtneow nam to be . 
a-jEte Ufry grotto of the sea. 
atop," said nay friend, "lefa go In here 
It aooaa-ao nloe— and try their cheer.' ; 
-All rtgbt," I said, '1 must agree 
That this pkaoe suits me to a 'T.'" 
Bo aoonar had we found a seat 
Than ai out side a waiter neat 
Wade his appearance, asked our wish— 
rati*} tbey bad almost any dish 
That we mlgnt name. We found It true, 
sad eec£*d tae^rajSoeta^, to»; 
All kinds of erstera, juicy, fat, 
eoobed rrery style; just thl&kof that, 
and If your month dont water, then 
you're dlBerent from other men- 
Thary'd olat&s and crabs and teznprna J i3 
In fact, v? found they had within 
That eoey place aU ktndsof game, 
Fleb, nosh or fowl which we ootid name, 
While every dish w*e, I ara sure. 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The iadte*, toe, have found, 'twould 
That tbty havebere the best Ice cream; 
So bene they nock, the little einnere. 
To get wnat tbey call "sucii rice dinners, " 
Whoerer doobte this let him rush 
To three hundred ihrrty^eTen Buab, 
end there tbia truth he'll find made plain: 
Who ooee there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster House, S3? B-ab itreet, abort 
■ottgornery; open Day and Hlgbt, 

OHABU03 HAAEE. Proprlatoi, 



B. Peyaer, 71 1» Montionnry afreet, 

WiebeE to Inform bis trlehda and cuetoaierB 
that be bat removed back again o bis old 
ata&a, has enlarged his rtore, and haa on hand 
tbe cheapest aid finest stock of Ken's, Youth's 
and Boy's Clothing erer openea in this city; end 
else, a fine stock of Hen's and Boy's Furnishing 
Goods. Don't forget the number. Call before 
examining elsewhere, Ux 



Fox* Photo-crayons. 

And reproduction In s superior style, go to 
Edouerd ft Cobb, 696 Kearny et. near CaU- 
forc'la, Ttose dtslrlsg stiy or the above for 
Christmas presents, ahonid make apcli*aiien 
before the rain sets In, and so avoid disap- 
point ment, Bstla-iaction guaranteed In all 
cases 62 



9am Moort), 

Formerly of Buaa House Carriages, can ba 
ound In front of Ooleman Broa. clothing eav 
ablishment, eouthwest eorner Bush and M ont- 
:omery ate., or Dexter Stable*. Oarrlece orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
*r night, at reduced rate*. r « 



Holiday Hate. 

Certainly a new hat is about aa pleasant a 
holiday gilt aa oftB be Imagined. There is an 
immense stock of Hatl to aelect from at "Tbe" 
Hat 5t re, Ci7 Washington street (second hat 
stjre below Eearsyj. The newest styles st r:*> 
sontble prices. 12-r 

The efld Staod-SSA Bosiatne Street, 

Opposite the Ainerleau Exchange, where the 
pabllc will find the flnest brtnda of Wines end 
Olgarj tae market afford*, al'o ft nret-claa* 
lunch served from 11 to 2. Mllllkm ft Da'y 
proprlvtora. 11m, 

The Delicacy of all Seasons. 
le B. F. Br/Hxxn a Club Sausage; Its fame has 
epresd far and wide throuzheot tbe land. The 
only place to obttln tbia celebrated Sausage It 
at stalls 7s and 75 California Market. llz 



Beally Choice Cigar 
Can only te obtained at the Oriertil Cl^ar 
StOie, 329BashSt.<>p30alt>U-rcaa'.lIeLibiary, 
where the very fine t Havana clears and Totac- 
co are always on head. 13-d 

Tryihe new patmt process for extracting 
te.tb wit .out the least actual pain. No gas 
■pray nor dru.a used. Ferguson A Mo-fiew 
Dentists, 207 Eeeray atreet. 13n 



Ha. L. JaiUFwrra, Eo. 2*0 Eesrny street. 
Hew and Second-Hand Olothicg, of all de-crlp- 
tlone, bought and sold. Et^re closed on Sat- 
urday until 6 P.M. jt 

Lauras' Hair-Dressing and Hair Work, styllsb 
and oheap, at 850 Washington St., near 6tocl- 
ton. Country orders pr.mptly attended to. 
i-bl 



Oir butter and ohease we bought at Chap- 
man's. 72 and 78 California Uirket, and pro- 
nounce it superior to any In tbe m rleU 12v 

McDowell, »n«w Card Wrltee 

Beady made and made to order. Boom 10 

506 Market atwot, sot, Post and Montgomery o 



Tae Paale fa New Terar- 

A lady writing from Seer Tork to ft friend 

in fan Francis: 

About tbe panic. The newspapers don't 

givduny idea of tbe general distrews- It is 

il. Tbesisgca- 



and find a baaJ.ul c f people wbeto she once 
saw tbousande? for she used to stay all 
dft.t.) 1 am so poor, 1 don't dare to buy a 
postage etaeap. Poverty is fashionable. 
Tae ladiea wear tbeir old dreese*, and walk 
Instead of riding. Mt brother in law's busi- 
ness from an average of ten to twelrebnndied 
dollars a mosi'b, haa fallen to almost noth- 
ing. It may be sbaslutery nothing before 
Spring. The swarms of beggars at the dojr 
all day l»:.g make ones heart ache. No 
Obristsaaa presents 1 for me tbia yea", and 
only a year ego, watches sad siege, and 
beautiful things in abundance. Blessed 
California' where you nerer seem to taro 
paDiCr, and don't mind tbe earthquakes." 
We think tbe above true account of tbe 
state of tbinga in Kew York, will make 
many of our readers cojfest that times are 
not S3 very bard in California after all. 

Beaaoa EBoafrfau 

A missionary a mo og tbe freemen in Ten- 
neesee, after reltting to soma little colored 
children the story of Ananias and Baphira, 
asked them why God does Dot strike every- 
body dead tbat tell- a lie, when one of tbe 
least in tbe room quickly answered "fie. 
cause there wouldn't be anybody left. 1 ' 



Llpman's Great. Dlacovtry, 

Propably no object has eel 'ad forth more 
preparations t^aa that cf restoring and beau- 
tyfylag human hair, ana am^ng all, J.Lp- 
man's wonderful r a rrer stands beyond 
auefetion it the head for ex&Ctoacy acd uertect 
safety. This lsebeo.xtiiy free irom 5igar of 
Lead or Lac Sulphur, and nevsr fails top o- 
duae tbe effect d aired; require? no otter pre* 
pa! at on; Is ea-lly appli'd, aad Is, witbeut 
doubt, the simplest, beet and cheap»t hair re 
s'or.tlve louse. Boldbyall drassjists. Geur- 
ral Agentr, Ohas. Langley ft Co.. Wholesale 
Druggi as, Ban Franelsoe . lv 

PZATHEBS Cleaned. Oarlad asd Dyed, at 
SNOWB. Wo. 25 Post »t-*et_ Sx 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 
SECURITY SAYINGS BAJtK, 

394 baaione Street, 



AT A MKETrEG OF THE BOAED OF 
Djrectora beld December %Lb, 197 .adiridecd 
tjdapoaitra w»i declared for tbe term ending 
December Slit, 1971, at tba rat* of sic* sod ait- 
tatatha (8 6-19) p--oset. per assnni ob term dr- 
poaita. aa i aiK&i I : par cent, par asoom on crd:- 
sarr depaeiu— pay^aia on asd after January 2, 
ISTt-fraeof Federal tax 
ja5-ttr T. F. BACOS, Stcretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE, 

Cosmopolitan Dime Savings Bank. 

ADiTIDKHD OF TWKLVB PBB OBFT. (05E 
i>ar c nt~ per moat b J os term acd six par cent. 
od damtafl dep->iitt, bai bees declared payable at 
(be bank, COB Montgia err e'rfet. 
ja'-H J. CRtHKKB, SeoreUi?. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

089 CaUfernla St., cor. Webb, 



I/O B THH HALF TEaB, EHDd'G WITH 
r Slat D'cember, '873, & divtdmd baa been de- 
clared, at tbe rata of Ktae (9/ per oest P «r an am 
aa Term DepoaiU, aad iitrgn and one-ball 0;i) 
p« r o*at . peranoTm on Ordinary Depoalie, free of 
Federal fax, payablo on after 12'h Jibowj, 874. 
By Order. Lo VK LL W H t IB, Uaahlar. 

ia-l« 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Savings & Loan Sce'y, 

THE B3ABD OF DIRECTION OF THE 80- 
ciety have declared the dlridend for tbe aeo- 
ond balfyearof 157.', i cdicg tbia date, at tbe rate 
of nine (9) per cent, per ann m on Term Depotita, 
and e*V40 anrt one-mlf (7Jil &er oeo'. persaoum 
on Ordinary Dvpoaiti, tree of H-dtr-1 toi, pajable 
oa and aft*r Jasnari 15, li"l. Br order, 

OttO. LBTTB, becietary. 
|i3-Jw 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

California Savings &Loan Soeiety, 

Sl« OAUFOBKIA STREET, 
Oa imntee Capitol, 9300,000. 

THE DIBFC ORB OF THE ABOVE *O0I- 
e y bare declared a dividend of Uo (10; p*r 
Oe^t, per anaurs oa term depositB.aod elgot (9) 
par oeot par aoaum oa ordiaarv deposits, lor itie 
term endi g Hat Deoemb^r, 1973. Irre from Fed- 
eral tax, asd payable on and after 5tb Janotry, 
IfT.U Byordar. D B OHI&HOlM, Sec'y, 

d e ■ jSi 



PERSONAL. 



J0L1A-YOD OAK GiT ALL SIZES FEBBO- 
types Piciaiaa takei >nd rlriiibed in tec laio- 
atei.raio or anise, t W^G & ALLEN'S, 6>4S 
Ke&roy ctreet. A apccialt* made in Ink plctarea. 
Yoare, DAVIS0^. de2i-lm 



LADIKH. SAVE YOCR BAlK OOUBINGSt 
w»x flowers cair Bowcra and f*ccy work taogi 
for toper montb. fcwitcrita, cotl-, ■tralgbteni'ig 
taccl'jj lai', weaTirg, oombicge, Et- arsmK eorla, 
ttc, etc., all for 05; stfitcbofl made from 60 conts 
aowar<1a; aide-carla a teamed for 16 oeot* ; all kinds 
ef work done to otder cbeap ramtllee or claaaea 
taognt is too city or aoroaa tbe bay on rea&onable 
termi. Pardee wiabea to tak* lets^ot or bare work 
done Bboold tnke adTaotage of toe time I am here, 
aa I leaTe for Europe In a abort time. Olo 1-8 
btoward atreet, bet Maw Montgomery and Second. 
delS-lm 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

noaitael)«ra and »uitloaY*r*. 

H. H. MoorS, o09 Monro tery. o«ax M-rthaaL 



Katt, Fred. Btalla H to 100. California Market 

steBttsts. 
H- E. Pope, 6 Ment^omery Street, 

£mpl«raaaeat Oaaee. 
Ohineae Entplojment Oo-— Pierce at Co., 827 Bae 
ramenlo street. 

Unman Hair, 
Sam peon . A.3,4 0c,U» Seeond atrsoa. 

Whiu-ntr. and Paper Ilanjrere. 
A. W. Wbelden. 122 Geary atraeL 

VFtneo and Ll a. taora. (Wuolaaale.) 
Dausrl F. 4 Otw tet Froaa. 



0PEEA KOITSE. 

B °™ Btbiei between MooiBomcrr ma tmny. 

OVBRIfT/HEZalYlIIaTG SUCCESS 

> B«ji.tiftil T, Kple cf Hide, o! tie 

SUSAN GALTON & JENNIE LEE'S 

OPERA BO U- fr M-M a. 



Burlesque and Comedy Troupe. 

THI. EVENING JA.NUARV 8 

To comnetce »lth tht arm u)ipt,llon of Plekeiu' norej of " a»*ld Oopperfl.ld." In 2 Acts bj 
G«>. F*»o^l Kowe, ks per/orm'd witb boo ■ lmm. ne iqohu »t toe C^iOD-eqaare ' 
Toe«t:e, New To«, ert tl«J 

MICAWBER K HEEP ! 

BftTKIBTTIOI OF CSJJtlCTJCXI : 

DAVID 00PPERFIKLD JOLS HOBlKBOlr 

ME. WICKFIELD _ jl d THOMPSON 

WILMH SICAWKU JOOS nowox 

MB. TBADDLEE „ WILLI* BIMHB 

TKIAH BEEP j. p. BCIIETT 

0FFI0EB.8 EABDlf tod PL!K* 

BETBT TBOTWOOD MIgg FAH it Y TODKB 

AIRES WI'KFIELD M | 8S ESTHER WILLIAMS 

MBB MI0AWBEB MEB . JpLIi MELVILI* 

TOUSG WLLKJSS... j Mlo.wbtr'1 ( 

BMMA I Childr... i I""""";"..... ...""/."':".""'."".""":™."" 

•VEB'fl'BE OBCHE1TIA 

To oonelnda wlih the tpMkllag little PUc. de BMUtuoe entitled 

BEAUTIFUL FOREVER! 

kill. SIMPLE T OX wrrr im cruua 

................................ ......... —■■■■. | ij oiMSO 

TOM....hii nrait. jOHK BOWMI 

MBS. BIMPLETOK M ig 3 FAKHT YODKO 

JEUL-r..... eti.mben».ld MM* jnsiE HI 

Tbe Piano C»ed 1st tfcjj Tneatre 1, from Sherman eV Ufde'l. 
17* OPERA GLASSES TO LET it th. Stud Is tbe I/Oboj. 



A.JL.T-. irsr. 
That G orgeous Furniture 



....ros THE.... 



HOLIDAYS 

HA8 ARRIVED. 

COME and SBB IT. 
CALIFORNIA 

Furniture Manf 'g Co. 

220 to 226 BUSH ST. 

dtlB-lm 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




SHOW BILLS A SPECIALTY. 



ALFALFA! 

NEW CROP. 

FOB SALE, OHOTnE LOP OF FINE OALI- 
(orn ia-i.ru wo alfalfa, in loU to poit, for oaeb, 
at market ratea. Onr seed, nnlifc-- ibat Imported 
from Obile, is fl-e asd f re - from Mo-tard or otber 
f-ireiRn eved. VegeUble. Flower at-d Grata Seed, 
etc, etc. 

fiO.OOO BkbiIp Plant*. 

XOO.OOO GunaTrees 

Fine Plants, 1 r< et, Colba, and all rtici-B in tbe 
lice. Ir. eh end gocd. btl cdid : took. 

K K, MOORE, 

SeedamanaDd Florfat, d«G Wj*hiceM>D etreet. 
Sin Praooiaoo, OaJjf rnfa. L-5-lm 

SaT*8ead for new Catalosjoe. 



COLD-ROOM VARIETIES. 

Sixteenth St.. Cheyenne, Wyaaalna. 

JAMES W ALLEN ...Proprietor 

JOHNW. DUNNE Boeinese Manaswr 

HAKBY bPKlGOS buge Manacar 

HA8JP8T BKEX REFITTED 
and reopened for tbe Fall and Winter Sea- 
eon witb a nret-clasa Oomnoy. embraoint; Harry 
bpriese, the great obtracier actor; Harry Lor. 
nine, tt I<j* Foreat, Mr. J. W. Lronne, aiu Laor 
Hall, Mils Minne PavU, Mtu Nellie eeymoor, 
Mip» Jennie Logan, Frank Hellay, Oeotge Tobler 
acd Obarlea Mul-r, and a fall and efiioient or- 
chestra. 

a9~ Lady talent coming E&at can always secure 
engage man t* ay applying to J. W. ALLEN. Pro- 
prfeior. GOOD SALARIES PAID. ae24-3ni 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

vrBouriA CSTT. IseTVAOsL, 
JOHN PIPES PbopeIBIOB 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

KACEAMWTO, (AL 
JOHN PIPER liKsxa 

BOTH THESE ELEGANT TH'ATRES OAII 
be rented by the eight or week. Stars and 
traveling eompanieB liberally treated witb on ap- 
plication to JiJiA l*iA»AJa. 

Manager acd sole Proprietor 
f> to O. «a- HeGA.»jB% 
jD28tf 888 Baah s reet. baa Francfsoc. 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTINB, 

ELOOOTTOr? AND DEPORTMENT. 
LAIHE 1 * PBEPABED for She STAGE. 

PRIVATE 7HEATBI0ALB AND AMATEUR 
performances dir^cttrd, by a lady and gentle- 
man of more than ordinary experience. For par- 
tienlara spnly to MK J. H. MoOABE, 

1 'heatneal Agent, No. 680 Wubtcgton f- 1,, 
delO-tf San FranoUoo. 










OOUD WORK 1 LOW PRICES J 

LOVEJOY aTwILLIAMS, 

HEwr PilO'IOGBAPBit'OALLEBT, 
lasB Kearny itreet, opposite White Uotue. 

JO. WILLIAMS (LATR OF BRADLEY A 
• Balofson'.) and W. X. LOVEJOY (lata of 
VaogbaD'c) bavinr asaociaUd tbemaelTea to- 
getnor. at licit the patronage of their friends and 
tbe pabllc generally, and hope Ihefr longeipan- 
•nc« will be gnarantee toai tbey will do firet-e'ase 
woi*. _ dii-^n 



VtT-*a-I\r T JEJX3 1 

...,AX..., 

McDASIEL'S THEATRE 

OHB-rjClTHS, WlOhlXIl, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

eta- Talent goieg Bast will find it to tbeir adraa- 
tage before leaving California te correspond with 

J. McDAJVIEL, 

mv9 Lock Box No. 1. Oberenne, Wyoming. 



GEORGE MA-YES, 

DEALER IN OYSTERS, CLAMS 4 
andaU kinds of K HFT.r. FISH, I 
St-.isNoe. *0, 41, iO, California 
Market, astranoe on Cilifnrnia street. 

Pablk or prlett* partisa a^d famjllee anppljed 
rrom 6 A.at. to 12 p. u. Ladles' and Gentlemen's 
0»a*ar Roovi onen fromG m.m. to 12 p.at -i».7l» 



t. ^•^aw' 




teaobing berinnera, 



CLAY -STREET 

RIDING ACADEMY, 

8SO (lay Street, cor. 
& location. 

This ia tbe most eleraat 
atd commodious Riding 
Academy in tbe city ; open 
day and ereniog. Partic- 
ular attention paid to 
eW3S-Isa 



A. MARSHALL 4 RETY, Proprietors. 



THOS. W. BREE & CO,, 

GOLD and SILVER PLATEBS 
i/) bruksTbisjos, ^-^aCF 

^&^ — AKB— 

BRASS FOUNDERS & FINISHERS ' 

sar-Losaoss riven on the BanfO and Dram. AA* 
MISSION BTfaEET-, bertwocn Firet and eeoond. 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silyer Solo Banjos for Pro- 
eaei orals always on band. Ulf if 



CANDIES I CANDIES I 

ivr . j3l.. merobzi 

Maonfaetnres every deaoriptioo of 
CAM DIES, Wholesale and KetaTL 
618 Kiarnr St.. between Baoramento and Cali- 
fornia, sod 1»1 8 sooad atreet, between 

«,. ttleaa and Natoma. nol-lm 



*. J* 



BUCK GLOVES (jfc k 



4J*T oc* ffl iiii 

■ ill » «4*Sa\ 

CIOSE I WilKlftS. 



*»• ■ * « » • ■ . < 




DRY GOODS 



*.T 



I People's Palace 



Oo«*-Oa»rti'r ot A Million of 

Ib.llnr, Valur 

TO SELECT FROM. 



GRAND CONSOLIDATION 



.HUM. 



1"WO 8TOCKB. 



Our House Yesterday Was Crowded 



OOOX> MEN -WA.IS7T3EII3. 



PEOPLE'S PALACE, 



THE CHEAT 



COMMISSION HOUSE 



911 and 913 Market Street. 



CALIFORNIA THHATR1. 

-f ._ «— |Ai » !■»■ », 

TMW KTBaiRO JARIARY 1 

an. Hill IVRIIIU I »TII liHIMim *<• i 

— »» >»»—■■>. ttmmm n mtt >i.,i ■—, itaiMl fmrl|ii>ili <f m 

NAIAB QUEEN. 

I *~t rWr»ei M Ur) ** * T. IMrm. T* BJf*w Awe «flM I 
It* M it tn bbbbbi*. «**«»** ewe la fcewe fee** bbb4w - 

REMMELSBDRG SISTERS, 

■ OPHIA ^NU rillTTT. 

IVXIL.I_.II! MARIS] C3V--_T_rca--&.X-V 

AJsd OM>* A* Balls! «f r «ty Town* LibbB*. 

THE WONDERFUL GIRARDS, 

' x«.T_r»-»jDi_.x J , juijiiin, bmiijSi 
In Their 8a.tator.al Gymnastic Folly called Leg-Mania. 
PROP, O'FIEIARDOIV, 

Wonderful Tumbler onican Performer, 

ZjAT7Z1.--l Aurl HA.nn"V OZjAZIK 

In Iholr r*Uo»rt llrijr Doublo Trnpc/e Act. 

MORTALS. 

TBS BARON LOBCfl AC*T* WAI.TKK M l.«W»X 

m h i-i i * >"* r__fo«»fH . i jwm WrnTlltf-L 

Mu Sqaif* J. O. "T[l, 1,1 AM HOI* 

( CHAS. MR«HY 

I B. «. TIlATKR 

• hpttliOwiMlMi < J r- 

At BART i 8. W I 

I I MOWRV 

B 'I'R RR'iff ...Tb* Ptrena Ft*t/.r 1 J. ft, TORAARuR 

TUB LADY U!i*....DM|h'« 6f th. B.ron MISS B. btaM.iY 

MISTREbb BRIDOKT Uoaaekeeper HR8, O, R. BAOBDKeta 

irviivioriTA.__,e. 

THR KAIAD QttEKff....Tfas Hymph of Latltl B»| M1HH RI.1.IK WII.TOR 

PLC VI A.... A Baled, iHfitom-ol lb* qaeee. MlSo HMM.Y OKNlJi 

ID1-X....A .lit* J. soaa-ored ef So-napp* HTHH MAlitliK MOnHI 

AM'IIIHKO .. A .Iw.tf inhthiitoB tb- Rtito- MR .1. LAWTOB 

Uoatttrr, AtMttdABU, 0»rf|.(l»ntUoi«a. ate . b» MKsSKS. rRKITON, M AKLIS . WOODS, MlsBKS J. IIANLRV, F. 

STANLBY. BKLLfB FRRNRY. MAG UK MUBPliT ud others, 

Hynoi>o*lH of Scenery and Incidents. 

Act I Seene lal.— G'<tiit.: H.li, nr Rrpr.at'i Oajtcje, Soenee II — Tb» Latlie Berg. Been* Jd.— Oavern on tba Baikiof 
tba Khlnv Bern* 4tb.— Tbe Urolto od lb* Rhioa and Na,*.'. B.tb. Ballet of the Co>« •! Orotic, lotrooactag tb* 
RfDinrlihrtf Ml.l»re Add Li.pi da Rel'.t. Ornnd Tul'lMn. 

ACT II. Hceoeltt.— ins EtmXARlKF Uavkkh. Bceo* Id — The atal*v«Ut* Holla of I. ■rid Prof. O'HewrdeB 
l« hit Wondi-ffal Taaehlerwwieen Ft f«r mane- l.nnni und Harry llnrk, Wutidrrfil Iron Mr 

Tras««*. U«r ■*>•■• Mullet Pal de Bseqnet, BftimfUVr, Rltttn. I*«» de do« he». Marl* G.uciln, 
TblrtyOarpediB.il*,.. Dano* nf tht Naiad "-ympln. Oeavrul Tableai, 

Act. III. BAirgcrr Hall IK LOBCilAC»tX Castle. Sanaa 5d.— Ant'-Uharaber In tbeOastle. isooni 3d — Tb« Criaial Oham- 
b«r haa«ath tba Ktiov I^i-atanln Art %>r the Rlrardt. Hcaoa *tn,— Gotbio Obambsr. 8e«aa Mb — D«rcbau'«a 
< Aiili, (acraad a««a« oocopna* toa aatiradoptb ot taa itigo.) ttrsad AC*r«h of Ike Amuou aad Warlike Tub- 
lean, 

A-r IV. Be»B« lit. — Interior of (b* Oaatle. Sean* LajL— Tba OatU*. Approach ot tba Amiiooi upon the Outla, Tba 
Naiad Q»»*» oonqa*ri ml for|W»s. Tate C*atle K o to an bed. Horn, of t«e >«1«d Qnceo. 

On TBUBSDAT ETEsrso next ItnnuT It.; the nlttnted Be X AND BA« MYSTERY, which L.i cre.ltd «nch 
• fn:or. In the Oily of New York, will be presented Id eddltlon to the ether ettiaotlone. 




eoond wee: 



or iw Lewi trterfwjMM, 



OF MT. DIABLO. 

Tim r.vicm"(i January i 

Tke r-fiimen will ena* wHk tM 

■ ALK AND FEMALE MINHTHKL8. 

DFBIbJ 

o yv>3 as im niiri rniTB 

■ • B Ur*», kntflll. 

2DB1VTIBJT. 

BRwBj a-' BrBB 

■ ailtewl -. Ltara B*nM 

■BBC aid n»«" ■■■)•> MahlBBOB) 

r«.«1# ••>•« Maasle Ha-lly 

BJBJtatfj IllMjcBrra »r*4 Hl.-ht* 

U6HTNING ClHI ...■■■WWM ABO MAT 

OtTtBfB 

Aftor wbJeh tht crud Falrr EitrarajjAtrt TBI 



OiTLAXD ORACiri I, 

RlB« Brllllanl 

John Horo*wouU 

BU«A Olw.d 

ThBBdarbaJt 

Kmar-Jddoo T«jb»i Rr-* 

KevkaJdo TotBBB, fUtVoo 

OoMBBiar Fanur Oi 

Kara. Dbsiobb, air., br lb* Oomi 



immi mil Mm 

Malt Raltr 

.l0l)» WeCMlBBM 
T RJM1T B*BB 



Otarlnra OrabaatrB 

UNCLE JIMa VISIT. 

Nlckariot Aad Br* 

CbmIc Boaaj Mnj/clr I4.flt» 

UUMII.F HOXObbB llAHIi: ROORKA BRAT 
Coamle Hoii RaalB AXwiMbbbb 



THE TOURISTS. 

..BftrlBB B>M....OABBiBi And.. . Riubls 

Linn HrrTaB 




Toeul Mkrtrhta.., 



..FatBBr O ar ret — 



To oonolnd* vllb the laugbtbk* 8k.t:h ot tit 

Goal Heavers. 

OheneUr. jS'- Of th. Oonpur 






Charles B. Peters & Co. 

REAL ESTATE MO COMMISSION 

IS ALL. TU KIR BBAROUES. AUCTION. .U. 

No. iX)5; California St., 

OppMlW Buk of OaiilarnlB. 
B.fw-r.ncM aar paraio who hai had btnloM 

witb ■• 1b Bab Fraaciico aad Naw York aad «lae- 
whari for tblrlj-lwo rearm. 

Bo Hoocbi U lit or K-du !oollMtid. 

Bo Dtabtfol Tillea W»ntad. 

8 ball bild a Urge Aaalloo Bai« is Mat or Jaoa— 
■>ad la rear propertr aI t«r FobroAn lit. Hold od 
tOToar Be* I Ktt* t# ootil after Match let; I will 
show fOBRaiarke. for ll.aod a aewatjla of K«il 
Re tale boilatif . Ia.5-1 w 



mlia W|e»" , _ 



•ft 









l«"' 



,,co. 



mi 






HOT SCOTCH 

8 A. L O O IV S, 

1 38 Sutter Street, 

And 336 Bush Street, 

SACK OKLY 1VO DOOBI FKOM 
KEARKY aTBIEr, 

.11 Drlnlis 
lO Ots. 

jIOT & COLD WHISKY PUNCH 

A SPECIALTY. 
Rot Clam Chowder Erery Night 

1 J. D. BRIOOB, | BBIOOB A TOPPIHQ, 
1 f. a "j! u ' °t '. h ' Proprl.tor. ol 

|itt.r-BUMt Sklooo. | Bnih-Slri.t Siloon. 
4el6.tf 



HOT DRINKS 

....FOR.... 

Winter _Weather. 

SACK. POSaETT, 

MULLED WISKS, Etc. 

SPIERS & POND, 

422 SACRAMENTO J3TKEET, 

(Ooi Door below Sinaome. ) 

X-TTlNrC^EC. 

A NEW BILL OF FARE hVKRY DAT. 

Tbe Proprietors of the spiers A Pond have par- 

chased from 

A rOFCLAB WRITER 

On Gastronomy, 

Three Hundred and Twelve Bills of Fare 

Oalcalatedto meat tbewaottof 

ONE THOUSAND PERSONS, 

WOO mas therefore ba certain of 4 dilToront pro- 
gramme for 

JVEBT BAY IN THE TKAB. 

Soup, Fl«h, Entrees, Joints, etc.. 

At eleran o'clock preclutlj-. 

ABB Sacramento Btreef. one door bolow Sansome 

deS-lDj 



AN NIHQ'S OYSTER GROTTO 

I PIBB Bi-., below KBABlfT. 
' Far Ladiai and QantUmen. 

iannlng Pan Roast 

1 KBIT and tht Moat Dulloionj Diah In tht 
Orator line. 

•*tent .ABR,z>z>Lt«>d For 

A. W. RtAN.NIXO. Proprietor. 

BSlO-tf 



^ 



fTHAL 



at, best acco»Dda. 
'™ "JlU. Prifals Ra- 
" -, Sbartnx and 



"THE VILLA." 

Atth.Rew 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tbe Building having juat been completed, ia 
Bow thrown open to 'bo public. Tht hoaae Is elo- 
gintlj furaifluod. and has 

Four r»u.it>lio Parlors, 

— ARD— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

The whole boing built, net like a pablio hotel 
but as it is named. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"Tbe Villa" is looated at the last or north-west- 
ern sate of the Park. 

Eplonrean Brnakfasta, Dinnen and Sapper! 
prepared on the eaortent notice. 

GUDIO MANGEHBERG & CO.. 

FBOPRIBTOBB. Jr-10 



CHRISTMAS CHEER. 

THOMAS P. WALL. 

— or TOE.... 

Cosmopolitan Sample Rooms 

Mo. SO THIRD STREET, 

He. hid io . .pl.odld .took of LIQUORB 
For the HOLIDAYHi I 

Jarnieaon'ri Marrowbone-Lane Distiller, Dublin 
Whirky, ex stiip Bamboldt: Qlonlivut Sl-oIoIi 
Whisky; Double-DI, tilled Old Rre, KreopoH Dis- 
tillBry. Pittebure; Goinneaa' XXX Doblin Ktout; 
B&aa' Barton Pale Ale. All aamples IO oenbs. 
Hot Scotch <fc Irl ah Whl akj a, Fss Bio.a*. 
dsll 



GEORGE B. AUSTIN 

Haying purchased tbe interest of ABA L. WaUOA- 

m*s In the Saloon known as the 
Depot of the Celebrated Chicago Beer* 

No. 623 Sacramento St , 

Where be wonld be nleased to meet his frlande 
and tba public K»nor»lly. A good looob will al- 
Wayehe provided. 

CLAH < nflWREB EVERY DAT. 
The beat Wines and Ltqnore diepe&aed, A 
BT-REBl APTX> B5A8T 
Every Saturday night in connection with thl* es- 
tablishment. A flr .t-otABs Pianist engaged. 
del-Im 



I». J. GATELY, 

Formerly of tbe 

"SUNBURST SALOON," 

Is to be found at 

BI* New Sample Koam, 1018 Market 

■treett eppoalte Fifth. 

■ay- His old friends and the pnblto /inerally will 
Bad her* th* obolcest brand* of LIQUORS and 
CIGARS. )ao-3m 



U&tf 



MILITARY COODS 

....AJtD.... 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICA1 
TRIMMINGS, 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AKD 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

«Qfl WA8HINQT0N ST., 

REDUOKD. B.thH, 25 o.oti. 
ShavioB. 2.1 06Dta. Hair Oat- VfilATNl 
tlDK. 28 o.otJ, Bhampooi.lt, M " „__,_ 

oeota. M.dloated Batm. JOHN OBBIIT. 

a.a-tf 



GO TO THE 'WINDSOR 

BOOT AND SHOE ST0RE.E 

OOS.S BCarkct Street* 
Near Firth. 

The Largest assortment for Gents. 

Ladles and Children, 
at the Lowest Prices. jao-Int H. F. WALSH, 



's9 

1 




To the Unfortunate. 

BK. OIBBOlirS WIlFKNSARi. 

NO. «»8 KBAJtNT STRKRT, OOR- 
nar of Oommarelal, Sao Franoixoo 
Entrance on Oommoroial "treat. Betab- 
llsbed In 1&S4, for th* treatment and 
care of nil diseases of tbe urinary and 

generative oigans, arid all physical oon- 

diimuaor weakness connrqaeot opoe tbe errort 
orlgnorsBoeof tbe sexes. Bkindia**** (of ysArs 
standiDg) axd uloarated logs snaoeeefully treated. 
Theeioit and tbe afflioUd auoold not fail to call 
upon him. The Doctor has traveled extensively 
in Europe, and InBpeoted thoroughly the varioaa 
hospitals there, obtaining a great deal ot vaiuobli 
InformAtton, which be Is compeUotto impart to 
those In need of his services. Dr. Gibbon will 
make no charge unlase bo effect* a cur*. Address 
DR. J. F. GLBBON, Box 19.*j7. Ban FraoolBOO. 
no2o.tf 



POSTERS, 

Prog rami mos, and all kind* of Printing for 

SHOW, LEpTFKK, OOKOBBT. TBB 
ATBK and CTJ01C17S MANABKBJ, 

AT LOW BATES, BT 

13. :«7\ ateretrt, 

SIIS OLAT 8TKKKT. mbl 



LEAKY ROOFS, 

Tin, Asphaltum, or Bos- 
ton Mastic 

REPAIRED. 

Bend orders to H. Q. FI3KE, 
809 Market street. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And College of Medicine. 

TH i\(\(\ BEAUTIFUL AND INSTRUOT- 
1U.UUU iveobieotetobe seen. Qpentotnt 
Public DAY AND NIG 111' at EUREKA HALl 
SIS Blootgoniery ttreet. FOB MEN ONLY-i 

■STDb. JOrtDAIt'fl PBTTAXa OfTIOS 1* at Bll 
Geary street (opposite old Mechanics' Pavilion). 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CI1AS. \. 8TONK, Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street. 

Between Oallfornla and Pin*. 
This slsgant resort, bu lately bean enlarged, and 
Bow oontalna S new B«vsl tablae. Th* beat LtqaOfw. 
and Oigars at tbe Bar. Five large finely f orniibad 
rooms, for clubs and private parties on their owa 
terms and rules. Je7-3m 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN!' SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA LIONS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WIFBI 

BRING TOUR FAMILY! 
BRING YOUR LADY FRIENDS 

And enjoy a view of the flneet OOBAN PANO- 
RAMA IN THIC WORLD, all to eight ol, 
tbe world-renownsd 

•Gcolclon Onto. 

With a fleet of white-winged messengers enUrlnc 
Irom *T*ry part of the commercial world, 

iV-New Lin* Busses, connecting with Street 
Care at Lone Mountrin every lft minutes hereafter 
for the OlifT House Jyl-tf 



319 BUSH STREET, 

ALHAMBRA HOUSE. 

THIS ROU8E, BEING OKNTBALLY -j^ 
looated. near all tbe punoipal Motels, iQ 
Restaurant' and places of Amneement, HHt 
Strangers oan find good, oomfortAble, pleas- ' - ■ E,,4 
nt and elegant roams at reasonable prices. 
qoie-tf 



CANDIES. 



ALL KUTOB OB THE FDTBST OANDV 
made at our Steam Oandy Faotory dall*. AB 
erd *rs, *ap*o1ally from th* oonntry, BIB ooUoiaed 
,.d Wdl b. PT.-.U, •"Eft}* WAm 
aul5 IBV Monta-omarr a*_ n*rvr Sbi 



FRED. EATZ, 
BEEF AKD PORK* 
BUTCHER, 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Either California or Eastern Oyeters, 
Cooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'5 

Stella H, 58 and 59 Oalifornta Market. 
(Entrano* on Pine Street,) 
tar Families and Restaurants supplied at short 
notice. 



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d.l7-ln 



J. O. COMBES, 
TEBBAPIJi LUNCH, 

Cor. Iwaad n.d 1>bmo,« .*r««t.. 

.V-T.rraplo OODLtvltlf on band. 
rOrrt.ni in .tut .ttl.. PRIVATE 
aSDTPSB BOOMS FOE PASTIES. 

d«3I-tr 



MORACHANet LYNCH. 

DEALERS IK 

OYSTERS, OLAliS and all kind. . 
Of 8b.ll Flan. Stall .» Oalilorol.l 



R. MEN D EZ, 

No. 19 ceary street 

RED LIOKT, 

FSF.K AND EASY *T*rw 
Saturday evening at 8 o'olcok. 
Best Wines and L'quors, Tba 
"Old Sport" will always be on 
band to moot his friends. 

JnXS 




TBEATBJC, HINSTBEL AND MAS- 
QUERADE REQUIREMENTS 

WHOLESALE. 

Tights, Pads, Harlequin, Clown and AninsB 
Dresses, Masks, Sou el**. "^ Gi>ld and SllTar 



Trimming*. 
no32 



Dpkcgies. auo ui>iu uu out 
NATHAN JOBltPU A 00., 
«S41 Clay Street. 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADIES' 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRE8III 

BU Removed to 
St. WASHINGTON BT., 
Four door, balow Stockton »trM 
H^rwortt of »H DMOrlptloM mad. to ffdj. 
Ohanrea nwdnotk l.UUn 




Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OHAS. T. BEBGOLD. PROPBIETOB. 



rpHI OHOIOEST HEATS *»"|^ 
lVK.taOlMi_.Bo.rdb, tb.WMd.aja.Bk 
A.S PINE STREET DMWMn iMia, MM 
and Mft-t..nniiw. mart. Iw. U Y 







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'Fia. 






U. OF AMOSEMEJfTS. 



it Dv in the Yiu b» 
BOGARDU8 



MS Merekul sad SOS W».Oa.nxtoa »t. 

Below Montgomery. Sid Frano****. 



WEDNESDAY JAKUABY 7, 1874 



* 'Brother Journalists." 

J. J. Owen, of the Ban Jom Mercury, and 
Calvin McDonald, of the O.klaod Trans- 
cript, are at it again, hammer aid tonga. We 
should not be so earpriBcd at seeing the lion 
lie down with the lamb, as we ehould to see 
those two agreeing (io piint.) The Jtfercory 
maa tends tbe fallowing shot after bie 
"brother journalist" t>f tbe Transcript: 

Bro. Mcbooald, of the Oakland Trans- 
cript, pretends lo be a friend of tbe laboring 
nun. And ytt tbe men who cot r.ilrcad 
tif-s for $10 a month for tbe Central Pac tic 
Company, and furnish their owd whisky, 
cannot »-e tie juet ce io tbe same Comi any 
paving a common editorial mnd-sboveler S-.'O 
a monto, and at tbe same time allowing Mm 
to ret lenifh lis jog from tbe company's 
private Up. 1'. isn't rigbt. 

We think tbis kind of journalism quite 
*'anpro(,er. J1 Does J. J. Owen men to in_ 
sinuate tbat Calvin McDonald drinks ? 



Very Brutal of Sandm-inn. 

The London Daily News tells bow Herr 
Bandmano, tbe actor, was arrested in Ply. 
Bnuth for pinching an actress, Miss Mon- 
taigne She was playing Marquise ce Pom. 
padear, aid while she wasdyiagin Baod- 
mann's arms ha pinched her. The ca;« 
was dismissed tbe evidence going to show 
tbat tbe pinching was neossiary in order to 
make Miss Montaigne evince tbe agony of 
the death struggle. Hies M. wont play 
with Herr Bandmann any more. Sbe think* 
that man wbo would pinch a dying woman 
e a Lrute. 



Made up for a Granger. 

Senator Chandler, of Michigan, is repor- 
ted to go down to his stables every morning 
to have hsy-sotd shaken over him. Hetai 
eo oae to be bo strong a granger in this direc- 
tion tbat Senator Stockton said to him is 
tbe Senate tbe other day: "Why, yon Icok as 
if yon had been sleeping in a bay-mow, and 
you smell like a hoes." Chandler smiled 
with intense gratification and said: "Wby, 
them's my principles. Don't you know I'm 
a graoger ? I represent tbe great agricultu- 
ral interests in Michigan. '* 



A Charming; Wife. 

A married woman whose will has been 
proved In Eoglaod gave all her estate to Mr. 
Tan Hiur ch, her bnsbaod; directed her 
clothes to bt s jld to pay ber faneralexpenBcS 
and aided: "It is also my earcest with tbat 
my dailiog bnsbaad should marry ere long 
a nice, pretty girl, who is a good housewife. 
and above all, to he careful that she is of 
good temper." 

There is a model for wive?. Some women 
are so selfish that tbey hate the idea of their 
husbands ever being happy after they ar 
dead. 



A Pleasing Name. 

Among the passengers from Gnaymas is 
a gentleman of the name of Gregoris Urri. 
ologoyla. We do not know whether he is 
married or not, but we should fancy that be 
would fiod some difficulty in getting a girl 
to change her name to Urriologoyla. If he 
did so we can imagine Mr?. U. afflicted 
with a sore throat, using a gargle and Mr, 
U. saying "did you cill me dear?" 



Important to Smokers. 

Ftw men In Sin Fzandtco are aware that 
he en'-erprl»)Bg firm of Kaon * Haas are em- 
ploying white females labor in the muniac- 
tuie of their Olgara. The very heat material la 
nstd in thla establishment. 0*11 and convlnoe 
yorroelf at 77$ Market street, between Third k 
Fourth street. Finest brands Havana Cigars 
oonataatly on hand, 11-r 

X>o Hot Suffer irom Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Oerns, Bun- 
ions, Club and Ingrowing Nails, oan find Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. E. B. Cowan's Instj. 
lute, slO EeaxBT street, from 1 to 6 vjt. We 
tnoek from experience, having tested the Doc- 
ter"s capability . References Kiven ^required, a 

9 

J>r. Donerty 

Has devoted bis study more partteslarly to 
chronic and apeciflo practice, and as such is 
now the moat successful of any Physician In 
Baa Frasolaoo. Office 619 Sacramento st re et , 
corner of Leldeedorfl, a few doors oelow What 
Cheer Horn* t 

A. Pleaaant Liocacion. * 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Centra] location, shonlc visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine smlteB of rooms to let there 
Tne building is a tbtv fine one and Is well 
lighted and veatUated. * 



Thirteen Tears Established, not Flch 
Yell ffhyl 

Beoanse no exbrrbitant profits ars made att 
grocery boo«o of B. Sbarbaro £ Bro., 531 Waahiag- 
too street, below Montgomery. 12B 

Dental Work. 

Fob fikzst quality or wore, go to T. O. Jes> 
sup, dentist, cor. Sutter >cd Montgomery, over 
Tucker's, 3*D 

Special to l_.ud.les. 

Tor dresBmaitng in all Its branches and the 
latest styles, cm on Mrs. J. J. Walker, at 810 
Post street. Term- reasonable. 3 to 



l and Sweet, 
For the bee. iniectiocsry, t* to Oaatv and 

Wacner's, 187 iisnttfomery St. near Bottet * 



Bemember the place to buy flrs'-claae barter, 
eggs and cheese, is Ro. 72 and 73 California 
Market. _ 12v 

Curls. Switches, and Wlca ttc„ made stylish 
and cheap at Hair store 850 Washington street. 
Country orders aitendel t3. 



^B^^usajsagaas. 



The MmxyrviUe Theatre. 

Tbe Appeal of the 80th says: The work of 
remodeling tbe MaryBTilleToea're was com- 
menced yesterday, the proprietors proposing 
to change it into a public ball. Aa originally 
constructed, it was oniy suitable f_r a theat- 
rical or operatic entertainment. Thecba.ge 
will make it a suitable plaoe for either theat- 
rical entertainments, dancing parties, social 
fairs, Ue:urei, or any public entertainment' 
The general convenience of the theatre will 
not be materially affected by tbe alterations. 
The seats, whtoh were to conveniently loca- 
ted by their elevated position, are removed. 
Tbe floor tas been cut down to the level of 
that next the stage, makiog a level rcom 64 
byoi ftet. The s.atswillbe tbe same as 
tbofe formerly in nse, aod will be movable. 
TLeentranc. to tbe ball will also be some- 
whit remodeled. The ticket-box will be 
ramovei from tbe centre, anal placed on the 
north s de. A partition will be built on the 
first flight of siairs leadiog to tfce gallery. 
Inside tbe entrance will be erected on either 
side dreseiog-rooms for lad ie a and genile- 
men. These changts do not disturb tbe 
elegant appointments of tbe stage and pri- 
vate boxes, or tbe gallery. The ehange is 
one in'ended to make tbe property more 
available, and at the same time accommo- 
date tbe public with a large 1 all. 

Texas Dead, Heads* 

Mr. John Lowlow. clown of Robinson's 
circus, related to a Cleric nati reporter tbe 
manner in which tbe Texas Thugs demand 
admission: 

Mr. lowlow— Sometimes a man comes to 
the ticket wagoD, presents a revolver to tbe 
ieket seller's head, and asks if tbat (tbe 
re voir ex) is good for two tickets. Some- 
times a man goes to tbe doorkeeper with a 
revolver in one hand and a ticket in tteotb- 
«-, and asks which will admit bim. 

Reporter— Don't you think Jacksonville 
is in a neighborhood more inn over by des- 
peradoes than others ? 

Mr. Lowlow— I know that At least it was 
our experience. 

Beporter— Were yen ever there before? 

Mr. Lowlow— Never. This is the first time 
tbe show ever went there. 

Beporter— What has been the experience 
of other sbowB at tbat place? 

Mr. Lowlow— Tbey all get into fights. 
Tbey killed two men in Or ton's show, two 
ia Noyes' and one in Horace Smith's, in the 
last f jur or five y: are. 



An Active Woman. 

A Kentucky paper says: 

Mrs. Bearls, who lives in Grayson Coun- 
ty, went out one day last Spring to dig gin- 
seng. Sbe is said to be one of the most In- 
dus' rious women in all ber section. Dur- 
ing the d^y she dug seven pounds of gin- 
seng, killed five young fjxffl and two rat- 
tle snakes, slew two fawns, and went baek 
home and gave birth to twins. 



The Young Ulan from the Bast. 
" I'm a stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oyster* ; 
Where oan I n«t a feast ? 
I've been to all the reetaHrante, 
But nowhere could I nod, 
A plata ef Ea tern oyrters, 
Of the old-fashioned kind.** 

■ Well, 1 can tell you," said hra friend, 
"Exactly where to go, 
And where to get your oysters, 
Direct irom where they trow. 
Just take a stroll down PIKE STREET, 
At 410. below the Market, 
Ton'U see a sign. 'THB-BADDLE BOCK,' 
You can't fall to remark It. 

" Emerson Oorru'e keeps the place, 
The beat saloon In town, 
Thera yon can get your oysters raw. 
Or fried so crisp and brown. 
He's the largest oyster dealer 
On the Pacific Coast, 
and that he Seeps the freshest 
Has ever been his boast. 

" He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where you can sit at ease. 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern If you please. 
All the young men of fashion go 
night to the SADDLE BOOK, 
To eat their EASTERN OTSTERB 
And drink their Bhenlsh hook." 

CrO Where tlie> •* Woodbme " 
Twineth 

And partake of the InnrleB to be found 
there. The belt of seasonable hot pouches 
of all kinds, "wonderful" 1 uncles every day 
and night Private parlors, gentleman y treat 
ment by the proprietor of the "Woodbine," 
Geo. Collin, No. 1 Morton street, one door 
from the great thoroughfare— Kearny street. 
Call I 12 bh 



Tiie Panic is over 

But It has left it's effects is the great depres- 
slon In business throughout the Eat tern St .tee 
California with It* oln currency b>s escaped, 
entirely and tbe consequence ia taat many 
(trsngers frcm the EtiBt are seen walking onr 
streets, who fled tie climate salubrious and 
noances inhea'thy condition. They also find 
that HvJrg is cheaper here for proof of which 
gotiL'tiia Meyer'a White House Besiaorant 
112 Kearny St. near Post where the most choice 
meats aod vegetables are b rved In every t-tyle; 
and yet the prices are reasonable, 12-b 



Boaily Choice Olsrar 
Oan only te obtained at the Orientil Cigar 
Store, 229 Bush St. opposit* Mercantile Library, 
where the very fine.t Havana cigars and Tobac- 
co are always on hand. 13-d 

Try the new patrai process for extracting 
teeth without the least actual pain. Mo gas 
spray nor dru^s used. Ferguson & Morflew 
Dentists, 207 Kearny street. 12d 



Hb. L. JALTjewrre, No, 249 Kearny street, 
New and Second- Hand Clothing, of all deEcrip- 
tlons.b ought and. sold. Store closed on Sat- 
urday until 6 P. M. rx 



Lafies' Hair-Dressing and Hair Work, stylish 
and cheap, at 850 Washington St., near Stool- 
ton. Country orders promptly attended to. 
x-W 

Our butter and cheese we bought at Chap- 
man's, 72 and 73 California Market, and pro- 



A Mlinndfrstaadlng, 

The Rochester Union has a gbost story. 
It tell how B. F. Bbermao, agent of the 
American Express Company, of that city, 
died and after he bad been buried three 
weeks walked into bis wife's room, sat down 
od the bed and pulled off his boots. Mrs. 
Bbermao, knowing nothing about ghosts, in- 
stead of welcoming tbe dear shade, ran out 
of tbe ro3m in a fright. Tbe next evening 
the same thing happened, and Mrs. Sher- 
man, again tied and now refuses to occupy 
the roams which were given her, rent free 
by the company. We are sure tbat the de. 
tarted Mr. Shermao never intended to 
frighten hi3 wife, and make hsr give up her 
rooms. It eeemed quite natural to him U 
be a ghost, and he could not imagine how 
any one could be frightened at him sny 
more tbau tbey would when be was in tbe 
flesh. He wished to make himself at home. 
This subject of gbesta is certainly worth 
study. If ppiritualism does nothing more 
than oure people of tbe dread tbey have of 
what tbey call "the supernatural," but what 
is really perfectly natural, it will accomplish 
a good work. Ii is better for all parties 
tbat those in the body and tbe disembodied 
come to a better understanding. As far as 
we are concerned, we are always as polite 
and friendly to a ghost as to any ether maoi 
that is as long as the ghost behaves itself. 



Rijjhteoa* Wroth, 

The Mexicans are good judges of opera 
and when they don't like a performance 
tbey let the perfermers know it. Lately an 
audience in tbe city of Mexico became exas- 
perated at the atrocious massacre of the 
mnsic, and put a stop to it by hurling 
chairs, benohes, cushions, and ether port- 
able appurtenances of the house upon the 
stige. 



Economy. 

Fashionable milliners now Bell their 
"ideas" which purchasers take home and en- 
deavor to expatiate upno. This ia the latest. 



Tiie Art of X>a.ttClnf£ and X>e- 
portment. 
Tiose who appreciate culture win be glad to 
learn that Professor O. H. Lester has opened 
an Academy for the purpose ef t a jbing, not 
only dancinp, but those graces of deportment 
withontwhich no one can shine in society. Prof. 
Lester la a thorough master of his art, one of 

he best on this tide of the Bocky Mountains 
0<aBSes are held at Grand Central Hall on the 

corner of Sixth and Maahit itreete on Mondays 
and Thursdays. 

J. VcijjjI ey & Bros, new Cnndy 
Score. 

At 28 Second street near the Grand Hotel, is 
without doubt the most elegant Oandy store In 
he city, and tbe crowd of ladles who patronize 
it openly deolare their admiration, of the costly 
aod magnificent appointment, of the store, and 
praise tbe quality of the candles sold there. 
The supply of fancy boxes, cornucopias Christ- 
mas tree trimmings, and French confectionary 
fc t the holiday trade will he unrivalled, l2o 



The Oriental Wine House. 

Qentlsman of taste ara invited to visit the 
unrivaled and elegant eitabllshmsnt , at 237 and 
290 Bush St. between the Oosmopohtia and 
Occidental Hotel'. The long experience of the 
proprietor, J. E. B'ohards, In tbe builne?, is in 
it=elf a garart e of the excellence of the wines 
and liquors he dispenses, and although but 
recently opened, it already commands the pat- 
ronage of onr bett witrzaos. 12-d 

Hair Gooas, 

The obespest place in the city to buy Human 
and Imlt t:on hair goods. Toys, Coll?, Ribbons 
etc.. Is the New York store lie Second street. 
Agency for hair sll£ goods, iniOof pure silk 
Mo branch stores. Goods s nt, 0. O. P. Tbe 

&w Tork ttore has bsen established for years, 
and Is the leading one in the city. 



Watches, Jewelry -Etc. 

Of eTery description, at the very lowest prleea 
at H, A, Oallenuer'i If. W. corner of Second md 
Mission street*. Watohea carefully repaired. 8p 



McDowell, Show Card Writer 

Beady made and made to order. Boom 10 

608 Market street, cor. Post and Montgomery u 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



NEW GOODS 



F. HOFIjENO, 

WATCH MAKER, AND DEALER IN 
Wa.caes. Oioeks, Jewelry, Silver 
and PUied Wars. Manufacturer of Fisi 
Solid Jewelry. Also, Diamond Setter. 
Third sand Market Sta., \o, 5. KndcM 
Hotel, slan Francisco. 
dE>t* Watches Repaired at the lowest rates, and 
warranted for one year. j»7 2m 



ART ASSOCIATION. 

OPEHIKG- OF 

WINTER EXHIBITION. 



THE GALLERY OF THE SAN FBANOrSOO 
Art. Association. 313 PENE STREET, ; B now 
opsn to tbe public daily, from 10 a. ai. to 5 p. at., 
and from 7 to 10 p. w. 

A splendid collection of 

CASTS FROM THE ANTIQUE 

Is on exhibition for tbe first time, embracing many 
of tbe most fsmoaB Greek StAtnes and Parthenon 
F/ieze Relievos. Also mors than 

One Hundred Original Oil Palatines, 

Including tbe celebrated pictnre br Jacobs, of 

"8AMSO.V AXD DELILAH." 

Season tickets, admitting gentleman and ladp, J.3. 
Sircle admisaioo. £0 cents. dlG-tf 



Attention, Good Livers! 

MS. P. BERGEB. FORMERLY 
proprietor of the Miners' Rw- 
Uvnnt. bu Uk«n the muwement 
of botb the Miners' RwrAnnBt oh 
Commercial street ud til. Miners' — 
Branch on Hirket street. Onr Bills of Pin 

[mb"oe nil the delicacies of the leuon. Ow 
motto ia "Good Fare, Good Oookin, and Moderns. 
On-arges." 

P. ntKOH A CO. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

631 and SS8 Commercial, crd 
7B» Market itrMt. 




Business Conducted on Fair 
and Honest Principles. 

ONE PRIOP. 



S. F. and H. P. R. R. Co. 



CHANCE OF TrrtlE 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE OEYSERS. 



O 



H AND AFTBR JDME I, 1873,TrIE STEAM ■ 
_ or AftTELOPJB. connecting at Donanuo Land' 
log with tbe Sao Fr&ocisoo A North Feoiflo Rail- 
road Company for Uloverdale and all Intermedial 
stations, will leave San Ftanciseo daily <Sondaj% 
■xent*d), from Front street liTliarf, at 2J0P.B1. Ro- 
turD.og. the train will leave OlOTerdale daily at 
6:0ft o'clock A.M., connect ingat Donanne with the 
steamer and arriringln Sao Fiancisco at 11 W) A.K. 
The stesmera and cara make olosa connsotiona 
with stages to asd from all points. 

No more SUNDAY EXCURSIONS until fur- 
ther notice 

On snd after M OND AY Deoembsr Ist.l'Bteamer 
AN !£ LOPE will leave Front-atreet wharf at 3 
F. M. Train ajrivingat Oloverdale »t7: 15P. M. 

■ty- For all informatiOB apply at tbe Ooxnpaia fl 
offloe. AX* MooWemery street. „„_ ^^ . 

»pl8 PETKR DONAHUE. Preeldena. 



ALL GOODS WARRANTED AS 
REPRESENTED. 



New Goods ArriYing Daily. 



THE LARGEST STOCK AND LOWEST PnlCiS 
OF ANY HOUSE IN THE CITY. 



CLOTHING. 
COARSE and FINE ! 





flRSTPREMIUMAWARDEl 

Dr.HENLEY'S 




The Fortunate Kan Who Bn;« his Clothing 
at the IXL AUCTION ST0HE. 




THE UNFORTUNATE MAN WHO 
DOES NOT. 



UNDERCLOTHING, ALL GRADES. 



White Shirts for the Million. 



riser goods, watches, 

JIWEIII, Jf OTIOAS, PIPES, 

riEnmiii, sutiosiit, 

IJ6I.ISU crxiEKi, TKUSKS, 

BAQS, TAIJ.SE8, TOBACCO, etc 

A FDLL LINE OF 

Rubber Clothing 



CALL A.SD BEE FOB 
t HAT 



TOUB8ELF 



IneBlowour 

own Horn 
Because 
We Have 

Got A Stock" 
, That will 

ADMIT IT. 




IXL Auction Store, 

618 Kearny St.. 

Corner of Commercial. I 



At the State Fair, Sept. 1873 



THE OXLT BEUABLK TONIC 

AND RECUPERATOR. DON'T BE MISLEAD BY 

LONO AND POMPOUS AOVERTIIEMENTS, 

BU r USE THE LONG-TRIED ANS ONLY 

Sore Invigorator 

KNOWN, THE UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS 

AND IMMENSE SALE OF WHICH, FOR 

THE LAST FIVE YEARS. PROVES 

IT TO BC THE 

KING OF ALL TONICS. 

Read PhiBloiaoe' ceitifloata tttaohtd to eaota 
botkte. Ex mine BwometaUmenUof onreasffeoV- 
ed. on til at 'he office. 

For sale by all DruggitU and Mquor DuUtn. 
H. EPS! ESPi <fe CO., So « Proprietory 
G i 8 Front Street. oel7 



FRESH, 

Genuine, 
HONEST GOODS, 

....AKD... 

Prices a Little Below 
Anybody Else. 

Has been aod will da tbe Seeret 
ef oar Saoeeu. 

VAN SCHAACK 
&C0., 

708 to 716 Kearny St., 

(Opposite 4he Plisa.) 

TO BUYERS, 

Two Words of 
HONEST ADTICE 

Buy 

Wben Goods are eo mnoh be- 
low tbe cost of production ai 
tbey are new, it ia inevitable 
bat prices cuncot rcmiia locg 
7 «r« tbey are. Tbe £»terb 
Mill; are stopped. Tbe approach 
of Spring ana tbe necessities of 
cod earns re will bring e demand. 
Hacnfaotnrers will be masters ol 
the situation. Goods will tbec 
advance rapidly. Tberefore, we 
again ear 

BTJY TSOW, 

And bay wbtre yoar dc-llar will 
bring ;on more soode tban in 
soy otber boa&e in tbo State 
At least look b fore yon bay at 
tbe BARGAINS new oifared bj 

VAN SCHA&CK&CO. 

Direct Importers of FRKSH, 
GENU'NK. HONEST GOODS, 
at prices a little below anybody 
else. 1*« K>ARNY STREET, 
(oppssitetbe Plaza). 



SANGER EC^ririXI. 
14 Oearr Street, near Kearny. 




DBPOT OP WBVAND 4 KASOHE'8 

BAY BREWERY BEER. 

& Gents a Ctlaei. 

nolB-U CHRIS FELDMAKg: - 




TURF CALLERY STABLE, lq 

CBIITENDKir ti DALTOK, Propri.lo™, 

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A NEW HAT STORE 

On Montgomery St. 

NORIEGA" B8QS., 
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HATTERS 

628 Montgomery St f , NoarClay, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE PUBLIC 
and oar naaieroa* patrons that *r« hara opgeed our nw 
and*?l«cnDt BtornoQ MONTQOMERT STRKBT, near Olay, whoro 
wa willoobatantlj' Iteapon Hand the FINES V ASSORTMENT 
of HATS and OAPS over ofl'a'-.d to the oiiiz^nB or the Paoiflo 
Ooait, and at prt'ea whioli will doty oompaMtioD. 

We are al- o prepared to make to order all the LATEST STYLKa 
of Hats Mid * 'iiiiB on short cotioe, 

GLEANING -nd REPAIRING oeatlr and promptly exeontfld. 

N. B. We will aiill continue our ttore at the old stand. N« 
920 Dnpont street, wbere can be fonnj onr nrnsl good asiort- 
ment of goods, and compiknl batters to at lend to the w-nU 
of oaatomers dealiog there. NUBICOA BROS. 



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J. P. B0GARDUS, Publisher. 



THE ONLY HOUSE IN THE CITY WHERE THE ORIGINAL 
"GRAND DUKE ALEXIS TIES" CAN BE FOUND! 
Also the Largest, 

CHEAPEST AND BEST 

SELECTED ST/OCK 

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Children's and Infants' 

BOOTS AND SHOES 

EYER OFFERED 

In Ban Francisco. 

BEERS & MAYNARD. 

No. 238 Kearrw Street 




ORGAN OF AMUSEMENT* 



Programme of til Established 



Places of Amusement 



IN SAN FBANOIS0O. 



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WEDNESDAY JAflOABY 7. 1874 



AMUSEMFNTS, Etc. 

Opera HoiM. 

The play of "MietwberTi. Hmp," br ths author 
of "Tbe Genera Cross," is drewios; >arre and fash- 
ionable sndieneei. The ffsoial Wilkin* Micawber 
and the TiUiinooi Htip are to familiar to tTsry 
ob« that til sra pleased to im them nprvMBtod 
OB tbe lUgt. Mist Kitb«f William*, who li mak- 
inf rapid f.rogrtii in bar profusion. pl»js lbs 
Character of Acres Wicbfleld witk mach feelicr 
Thsfereeof "BsaniifaJ Forever"* terminates tbe 
•atertaissnent. Ths benefit to Msaager Meffulrs 
will take pi toe on Friday, wb» Italian Opera will 
be given. 
Alb am bra Thrilrt, 

A brifibt flrat part, with Billy Msantvc aad Blily 
gweetoimon tbeetdi sod Ooo. T. Murphy ssin- 
Urloootsr, Walcb aod Bio* in son* and dance. 
Ella Werner in character ecBf f. Swaataam and 
Maoalog in Tbe Giraffe Brotbara." Oaorf* S 
Knigbt lB'*Shakin*Dloea"aad otber spsolsUis*. 
the SiegrUt Troops 1b their papolar performance, 
and George 8. Knight. Billj Bwestnaa. and otheri 
in'-Ths Bivsla/'aBskeupabill which crowd* thie 
house every oigbt. Thomia Mi g« ires benefit will 
take plaoa en Friday. 
California. Theatre. 

Tho "Naiad Qoeou" la doing what may be oallsd 
a staidy business— a steady business that would 
delight th* heart of a-.y meosgemeut. Every 
night tbe faonse is sbeolately loll, every aeat econ- 
pied and obaira in tbe aisles. Tbe ballet, tbe rau- 
alo, aba Oirarda. the acting, the aeenery. the Tan- 
blerooioon, the trkpeae performance by Harry 
Clara: and M'lle Laors. end tbe nnmsrone ether 
attractions item to b» drawing every one in towa. 
mad lota of people f/om the ooentrj, to thla honae. 
On Thureday evening next the calibrated Box and 
Bag Uyeter.r, which has created auoh a furors is 
the Bast, will be introduced. 
Bella Union. 

The (Xtrsvaganss of "The Fare," Cassim aod 
Fritalngreatgymnsstic fests.Miss Maggie Kelly 
ia comio songs. Moor* and Bray in aongaBd danc», 
Fred Bitchio ia Dutvh impersonations, and a great 
variety of other entertainmenU will be ofeied thla 
evening. 
Buckley* a Varieties. 

'•Obeying Orders," comio aoaga by Mies Lizzie 

arm on. acrobatio feat* by Lion Samwelle. and 
numeroueotherspaclalt.es by other members «| 
the company will be presented to-night. The dra- 
ms cf *'f"eo Nights jb a Barroom" will conclude 
the performance. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

The gardens are n'w is the finest condi'.ioa. 
Skating aad the Trained Animals everyday. A 
grani performance and the pantomime of 'Lee 
Brigands" and the grand sot "Gronpe OhiBOis" 
.Saturday and fcunday. 

Ajtatobugal BTDfiatusf. — One of the moet 

pomcleu eoUeotioas ol the sand In the United 
lute*, eompriima hundreds of oostly sad beao- 
tlrol wax models. Is daily on view (to gentlemen 
inly) at tbe Museum on Montgomery street, Aa 
bear may be oronteblr scant here. 



War Declared. 

Seme people talk of Ooba, 
And speak of war with Spain, 

flopvng our soldiers will go forth 
And take the Spanish main. 

But wiser men perfer to go 
And get an o;et«r suw 

At the Kocicaway House on Market street, 
Eo elegant sod new. 

Here man caa talk their business 
While beined in a pile 

Oysters and different kind of fish 
Are cooked ia every style, 
A private door on faddy street* 

Admits the ladies fair 
While the saloon for elegance 

Makes everybody stare. 
For satinets men. and other folks) 

It never cs ) be beat. 
The food is goad, the prices Low 

At l'XH Market street. 12-1 

Ed. K&sasTrsx. Proprietor. 



Ladles In the above handsome cxrrleges may 
be seen any time during the day In front of 316 
Kearny street, near Bnsh ttreet, waiting (for a 
few moments) for a doaen or two of tnoee eel* 
ebratod Written Ylslting Card*, bo elegantly 
Execn'ed by John P. Dwyer. card writer for tbe 
Grand Hotel. N. B.— Cards written, engraved 
Or print id lo the latest and most fashionable 
Btyle, handkerchiefs marked, ttencil plaiea 
neatly cut, and monograms engraved and 
printed, ________ U ** 

flappy _~o-w "STetvr. 

For Bon Bong and MottOB for yonr New 
Tear'a table, go to "Tbe Leading Candy 
Store," George Haas & Co'a, SO Kearny etreet, 
Hear Market. Their display of holiday fancy 
goods will totally eclipse any former exnlsltlon 
Of this very popular firm. They have also im- 
port id tbe moet elegant asBottment of French 
Oandy Boxes and Cornucopias, ever Men in this 
City. _ 11- s 

Asa Xj "W an gaman's ~ew Sa- 
loon, 

Corner of Halle:* and Leldeedorff street?, 
Large a*;d CDmmodions saloon, centrally loca* 
t»d, witb ante-roome, eupplled with tbs beat 
bran da of Liqaora and Clzarfi; boant>ouB bet 
lancb— bis great Bpeclalty— ?erved from 11 a, 
u. tO_F.K| and b cold lnnch afterwards. Drop 
In and "be satisfied." 18bb 



PLAY OF THE PERIOD. 

bt oarBsrs c. Eraa. 

Tbe lingering, last orchestral swell 

Along tbe crowded lobbies drifted, 
When. »t the prom pter's stgnsl bell, 

Tbe curtain from the stage nplilisd ; 
And t.sa, the flcttfr of applsaie 

Was not tbst faTorlte migbt be bol*tered, 
But mnrmnred through the hones becauea 

So finely was the scons upholstered. 
A glowering boebsnd etrode and fumed, 

To think upon his wife unstable. 
While she In peniive beauty bloomed 

Be&lde a really lovely table; 
What time a certain young Alphonse, 

Whose flirt jig caused eonnnbial cholera", 
Stood leaning near a statue bronzs 

Worth, easily, s hundred dollars. 

The ganeral story seemed to be 

Of marriage that bad been too hasty,- 
Aad ran iti ronhd of misery 

'Moogst chairs and sofas rich and tasty ; 
••I lore yon not 1" the laly said ; 

■ Aod, knowing that, *d's all yon can know ;" 
Then from her husband's pleading fled. 

And fainted near the Grand Piano. 

from this ensued a meeting grim 

Between the husbsnd and the lover, 
Within a park of verdure prim, 

Where chsEta settees were spread all over. 
A bullet planted in bis face 

Cat short Alphonse's life of honey, 
And Eprawled him by a marble vass 

Tbst must have cort a pile of money. 

When next appeared tbe lady fair. 

She was declining, wit 'a consumption ; 
Upon a 'orolaered lounge, so rare 

To guess Its price would be presumption ; 
And when, at last, fox love she died, 

With hnibsnd, prist, and poodle near her, 
Tbe scene was greatly glorified 

By an Imported, gpaolous mirror. 

If such was not the plot exact, 

It seemed the meaning of tbs bathos. 
And, Judged by any sober fact, 

Hid equal want of pith and pathos, 
Twas net in captions spirit rssh 

ThatpBopleJwhen the play was ended, 
Pronounced it moit Immoral trash ;— 

But then tbe furniture was splendid ! 

_ — _ ♦■--■- ' ■ 

Tyrannical Gns Company. 

Gas companies are tbe same all over tbe 
world: Very considerable indignation is 
being felt in London at the announcement 
which hae been made by the gas companion 
that they mean to raise their rates with the 
new year. It is felt tbat whatever excuse 
there may have been for thia step laat Win- 
ter, there is none now that coals baye fallen 
seven shillings per ton in a fortnight. The 
gas companies are killingly cool. They Bim- 
ply send round a circular telling people tbat 
if they do not object to a rise in price the 
gas will be continued to them; if not, it will 
be cnt elf next year. Many householders 
have laid ont hundreds of pounds on gas 
arrangements for their houses, and they 
most submit or return to oil, 

*. 

Oystters. 
In strolling round the ether night, 
To look atfFrieoo by gas light, 
imr oareleSBfeet, by chance did stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of sparkling waters, made a screen 
Tbrouab which a sweet bouquet was seen f 
While mossy stone and pearly shell* 
O'er which the waters softly tell, 
Made that window teem to be 
Rome fairy grotto of the sea. 

dtop," said ray friend, "let's go in here 
It Iookb so nice— and try their cheer.*" 
••All right," I said, ' *I must agree 
That thiB place suits me to a 'T.'" 
No sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Blade his appearance, asked our wish— 
Said they had almost any dish 
That we might name. We found It true, 
And cooked nuigmjietntiy, foe; 
All kinds of oysters, juicy, fat, 
Oooked every stylef jjust think of that, 
And if yonr mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd olama and orabs and terrapins';] 
In fact, v? found they had within 
Tbat cosy place all kinds of game. 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we could name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladies, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they have here tbe best ice cream; 
Bo here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get what they call "snail nice dinners, M 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty -seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there onoa will go again, 
Paciflo Oyster Eon&e, 837 Bneh street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

GHABLB8 HAAEE. Proprietor* 



The Model Negro Farmer. 

The model negro farmer buys an old 
mule or blind horse on credit, rents land 
either for a part of the crop or so many 
bales of cotton, procures tools as best be 
can, buys corn, bacon, etc., for which he 
gives a lien on his crop; and then, about 
April, he commences to prepare for plant- 
ing ooro, either breaking or laying off in 
rows, to break out tbe middles after tbe 
corn is up. Corn planting over, he pro- 
ceeds, sometime in May, to prepare for 
cotton: •• Cuffee, gwine to use any juan- 
ner?" "No, blees your life, I'senot gwine 
to buy juanner to put on other folks' Ian'." 

Well, after dinner, some sultry evening, 
be saunters from his hut, and, after sur- 
veying hie prospects, he says: "TV 'bowl sun 
gitfen hot; time I's plantin' my ootton.' 
Eitehesup his mule to his one-boree cart 
and off he goes to hunt cotton seed. "Well, 
after ootton planting, then for a nah and 
hunt. 

Borne Juno Monday morning be wakes up 
one or two hours by the sun, and, after 
breakfast, he hitches up his mule to run 
round his oorn.; After treating his cotton 
in somewhat the same way, he proceeds to 
chopping. Then for another big frolic, to 
say nothing about going to bis meetings 
and to town every Saturday. 

After this fashion he gets through the 
year. He then takes what little cotton to 
market he makes and sells it for provision 
bills, returns his mule to its former owner, 
and goes home broke, consoling himself by 
saying, "If I didn't get any money, I's bad a 
h-ap of freedom." He takes down his 
plank and fire-coal and figures thus: 
"0 Is naught. 6 Is a figure, 
All for de acoount, and none for de nigger." 

He lays his plank back up in the crack, 

and, while reaching out for tbe poker to 

pull out his potatoes from the fire, he breaks 

out whistling his favorite song: 

• Hlggar work hard all de year, 

Whit) man tots de money," etc. 



Tho Matinee Fruit 8toi-e 

Keeps tbe chcic.&t varlitles of domestic 
and lmpoit-d fruit .•, J llle?, confectionary etc. 
aad Bills it the lowett rates. Pare, healthy 
Apple Older, fosh fum the press every day, 
Ho. 103 Bush street, one door above Kearny, lr 



H. Peyser, 710 ftfentgomery Street, 

Wishes to Inform hie friends and customers 
tbst he has removed back again o bis old 
stand, has enlarged his store, and has on hand 
the cheapest and finest stock of Men's, Youth's 
and Boy's Clothing ever opened In this city; and 
also, a fine stick of Men's and Boy's Furnishing 
Goods. Don't forget the number. Call before 
examining elsewhere, Hz 



Llpman's Great Dlsoovery. 
Propsbly no objeet has called forth more 

preparations fian that of restoring and beau- 
tyfylng human hair; and among all, J. Llp- 
man's wonderrul restorer stands beyond 
question at the head for efficiency and perfect 
safety. This is absolnt dy free from Soger of 
Lead er Lac Sulphur, and never falls to p:o- 
duoe the effect d sired; requires no other pre- 
parat.on; Is easily applied, and Is, without 
doubt, the simplest, best and cheapest hair re 
s iorative In use. Sold by all druggists . Gene. 
ral Agents, Ohas, Langley k Oo„ Wholesale 
Druggitts, San Francisco , lv 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 
SECURITY SAVINGS BANK, 

304 Sonsome Street* 

AT A MEKTHTQ OF THE BOARD GF 
Directors held December SOth, 1ST .a dividend 
to dspoeitors was declared for ths term ending 
December 3Ut, 1871, st the rste of nine sod sii- 
teotbs (9 6-10) percent, par annum on term de- 
positfl. end eight (8) per oent. per annum on ordi- 
oar; depoeiti— payeble on snd after January 2, 
1874-free of Federal tax „.„- „ 
ja5-2w T. F. EACON, Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

933 California St., cor. Webb, 

FOR THE HALF YEAR, EWDINS WITH 
31st December, 1873, a dividend has been de- 
clared, at the rate of Nice (9j per cent, per annum 
on Term Deposits, and Seven sod one-halt (T, 1 ^) 
per oent. per anaum on Ordinary Deposits, free of 
FederalTax, payable on after 12th January, 874. 
By Order. LOVELL WH1TK. Cashier. 
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DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The Grerman Savings & Loan Soo'y, 

THE BOARD OF DIRECTION OF THE 80- 
oiety hsTe deolared the dividend for the sec- 
ond half year of 1673, feeding this date, at the rate 
of nine (9) percent, per snn^m on Term Deposits, 
andssveoand one-half (7)£) per cent, per aoonm 
on Ordinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, payable 
on and after January 15, 1371. Br order, 
w Gko. LEITE, Seoretiry. 
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How I Made 820. 

By buying my bed-room £tt of furniture of 
3. A. Shab:r & Co., 707 Mtrktt s rett, Xwi doors 
from Third. They e*ll Furniture 20 per oent, 
_lieap;r than any other dealers. I tried them 
all, 12b 

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17110 Delicacy of all Seasons. 

Is B. F. BrsKEB's Club Sausage; Its fame has 
spread far id wide throughout tbe land. The 
only pis,.- 3 abtilnthls celebrated Sausage it 
at stalls 71 and 75 California Market, 11a 



Max Bachert, tx&e Artist. 

(Late of Barony's In New Tors',) now with 
Bradley & "--llcffion. Is iEsuiag his Elite Por- 
traits, x. 



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ned. Curled and Died, at 
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For Photo-crayons. 

And reproduction in a superior style, go to 
Bdouard & Oobb, SdG Kearny et. near Call* 
fornla, Those desiring any of tbe above for 
Christmas presents, should make application 
before the rain sets in, and so avoid disap- 
pointment, satisfaction guaranteed In all 
cases o*i 

Bam Mooro, 
Formerly of Buss House Carriage*, can be 
ound In front of Coleman Bros, clothing est- 
ablishment, southwest corner Bush and Mont* 
gomery sts., or Dexter Btables. carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
st night, at reduced rates. aa 



DIVIDEND NOTICE, 

California Savings &Loan Society, 

SUB CALIFORNIA STREET, 
Guarantee Capital, 8300,000. 

THEDHtEClORB OF THE ABOVE ISOOl- 
ety have declared a dividend of ten (10) per 
ceot. per anaum on term deposits, and eigct (8) 
psr cent per annum on ordinary deposits, for the 
term ending 31st Decamber, 1873, free from fed- 
eral tax, and payable on ana after 5th Jan nary, 
1571. Bj order. D. B OHISHOLM, Sec'y, 
d26-tj31 _ 



OPERA 

Btjsh Street. between Montgomery and Eearny. 

OVERWHELMING SUCCESS 

In this Bwntllul Temple of HubK, of the 

SUSAN GALTON & JENNIE LEE'S 

BOXTFFB, 



PERSONAL. 



JDLIA-YOXT CAN GET ALL SIZES FEBRO- 
types Pictures takei snd finished in ten min- 
ute), rain or shine, at WING & ALLEN'H, G«8 
Kearny street. A specialty made in Ink pio tares. 
Yours, DAVISON. de22-lm 



LADIES. SAVE YOOB HAIR OOMBINGSt 
wax flowers hair flowers and fanoy work tango, 
for S5per month. Bwitohes, cnrli, straightening 
tangled hair, weaving, combings, stearainjt anils, 
etc ,eto.,sllfor *5; switches made from &J cents 
upwards; side-onrls steamed for 15 cents ; all kinds 
of work done to order cheap ramilies or classes 
tanght in the oity or across the bay on reaBOnable 
terms. Parties wishes to take lessons or have work 
done should take advantage of the time I am nere, 
as I leave for Europe in a Bhorttime. «1« *•-•* 
Howard street, bet New Montgomery and Seoond. 
de!5-lm 



Holiday SCatS. 

Certainly a new hat Is abont as pleasant a 
holiday gift aa can be Imagined. There Is an 
Immense stock of Eats to select from at "The" 
Hat Strre, 6*7 Washington Btreet (eecond hat 
e tore below Kearny) . The newest styles at raa- 
sonsble prioes. ____^___ la "' 

The Old St and-33-4 Santame, Street. 

Opposite the American Exchange, where the 
publio will find the finest brands of Wines end 
Olgars the market affords, alto a first-class 
lonob. served from 11 to 2. al Hilton fc Daly 
propristora, 11*, 



S.F.BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Bookseller* and sHaUoaara. 

H. H. Moore. 609 MonUemery. iear Merchant. 

Butchers. 
Kata, Trad, BUlla 94 to 100. Oallf orala Marks! 

Beat 1st*. 
B. E. Pope, 6 MenteToraery Street, 

Employment Office. 
Chinese Employment Oo.— Pierce A 00., 677 Sao 
ram en to Btreet. 

Xlanaon Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. A Oo., 110 Seoond streak. 

Whlteners and Paper Hangere, 
A. W. WheldSD, 132 Geary street. 

Wines oj-d XJqnorsw (Wholeaale.) 
Dinar! F. 4 Oo- 50* Front. 



Burlesque and Comedy Troupe. 

THIS EVENING JANUARY 1 

To comraeDoe with tbe new adaptation or Pickens 1 novel of "D.vld Copperfleld." in a Acts, by 

Geo, F.wceit Bowe, al performed with sno'i lmmenee fucceBS at tbe Unlon-Sqaale 

THe.tr., New Tori, eat tied 

MICAWBER 1 HEEP ! 

DISTKIBUTU» OF CHABACTEKS : 

DAVID OOPPEBFIELD JULE ROBINSON 

MB. WIOKFIKLD H. D. THOMPSON 

vflLEIS* MICAWEr.B JOHN HOWSOlf 

MB. TBADDLES-... WILLIE SIMMS 

I'HIH BEEP J. p. BIBIEIT 

OFFIOKBS HARDY ido BLsKB 

BETSY TBOTWOOD MISB FANNY YODNQ 

AONES WIOKFIKLD MISS ESTHER WILLIAMS 

MBS. MIOAWBEB MBS. JULIA MELVILLE 

YOUNO WILK1NS... j Hleubn'i I 

KMMA j Children, i 

9TESTUB8 ORCHESTRA 

To conclude with the sparkling little Piece de Bealctanee entitled 

BEAUTIFUL FOREVER! 

MR. SIMPLETON WILLIE SIMMS 

TOM. ...his servant •JOELW HOWSOH 

MBB. SIMPLETON MISS FANNY YOUNG 

JELLY. ...a ohambermaid , SUSS JEXME T,FF- 



Tbe Piano Used in tills Theatre ia from Sherman & Hyde's. 
$&• OFEEA GLA83E3 TO LET at tbe Stand In the Lobby. 



That Gorgeous Furniture 



....FOB THE.... 



HOLIDAYS 

HA8 ARRIVED. 

COBSSI tvnd SEE IT. 
CA-LIFOKISTia. 

Furniture Manf g Co. 

220 to 226 BUSH ST. 



WOODWORK, L0WPBICE8. 




SPECIALTY. 



ALFALFA! 

NEW CROP. 

FOR SALE, OHOIOE LOT OP FINE OALI- 
loruia-srown Alfalfa, in lots to suit, for osab. 
at market rates. Our seed, uolik* tbat imported 
from Ohile, is fine and free from Mustard or otber 
foreign ased. Vegetable, Flower and Grass Seed, 
etc, , etc 

CO, OOO XEamle Plants. 

XOO.OOO GrumTrees 

Fine PlantB. Trees, Bulbs, snd sll ■ rtiofea in the 
line, fresh aod goc<d. Splendid btook. 

E E. MOORE 

Seedsman snd Florist, 485 Washington street, 
Ban Francisco, California. n5-lm 

■V- Send for new Cat olo£ae. 




COLD-ROOM VARIETIES. 

Sixteenth St., Cheyenne, "Wyoming, 

JAMBS W. ALLEN Proprietor 

JOHN W. DUNNE Business Manager 

HAKBY SPBIGGS Stage Hsnager 

HAS JUST BEEN IETITTED 
and reopened for the FsU and Winter Sea- 
son With a first-class Company, embracing Barry 
Sprigsjs, tne great character actor; Harry Lor- 
raiDe, Billy Forest. Mr. J. W. Dnnns, Mies Lucy 
Hall, Miss Mlnnit Davis, Miss Nellie Seymour, 
Miee Jennie Logan, Frank Holler, George Tobler 
scd Charles Miller, aod a full sad efficient or- 
chestra. 

•rsr> Lady talent coming East can always secure 
engagements by applying to J. W. ALLEN. Pro- 
prietor. GOOD BAL &BJES PAID. se2i-3m 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VDMraiA err* . iotjju, 

JOHN PIPES PBOPBmOB 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

8A€BAMENTO, CAL. 
JOHN PIPER LE65KE 

BOTH THESE ELEGANT THEATRES OAN 
be rented by the night or week. Stan and 
traveling companies liberally treated with on ap- 
plication to - - •><' SiA PIPKB, 

Hanagsrand sole Proprie-tot 
t> to 3. EX. Mct'AltK. 
]u28t( 8S8 Bosh street. San Franofsoo. 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ADT1NB, 

ELOCUTION AND DEPORTMENT. 
LADIES PBEPAKEB tor the STAGE. 

PRIVATE THEATRICALS AND AMATEUR 
performances directed, byalaiyand gentle- 
man of more than ordinary ezperienoe. For par- 
ticulars apply to MR J. a. MoOABK. 
Theatrical Agent, No. CSO Washington bt., 
delO-tf San JTranoisoo. 



McDAMEL'S THEATRE 

coetixxi, nioMne, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

US-Talent going: East will find it to their advan- 
tage before leaving California to correspond with 

J. McDAKIEL, 
mr9 Look Box No. I. Cheyenne, Wyoming-. 



GEORGE MATES, 



andall binds of SHELL FISH, 
btiilsNos. 40, 41, *», Oalifornim 

Market, entranoe on Oaliiornis street. 

Public m privste parties aad famillee supplied 
Uomij A.M. to 12 p. si. Ladies' and Gentlemen's 
Orater Room open from fi i.Jrf. toISp.V -i»37ly 



•^4? 




teaching bepinners. 



CLAT- STREET 
RIDINC ACADEMY, ; 

83 * Clay Street, cor. i 

Stockton. 

This ia the most eler&fit I 
acd comiDOdioaB BidiD, I 
Academr in the cits ; ooei 
day and ereniog. Partio 
Tilar altontioQ paid U 
de26-Itn 



A. M4RSHALL t BITT. Proprietor.. 



THOS. W. BREE & CO., 

GOLD and SILTER PLATERf 



eOOD WOBa ! lOW FBICE8 ! 

LOVEJOY II WILLIAMS, 

XT.-W PHOTOGKAPBHC SALLIBT, 
188 Kaaray .tree t, opp o.it. Whit. Qoa... 

J. Bnlofaon'.) and W. E. LOTKJOT (lata of 

Vaaghan's) having associated themaelTB. to- 
gether, solicit the pstrooag. of tbair fn.»da and 
the pnblic gsnBrallr, and hope their long experi- 
ence will b, guaruitee tbat tbe, will do b>»«^» 
work. . aeo-im 



• " 



— arrD— 

BBTalEEBS 



DRUMS, BANJOS, 




BRASS FOUNDERS & FINISHER! 

aV-Lonons gir.n on to. Banjo and Dram. M 
MI8BIOH STKBIT. betwee^Bvrat uid Beoond. 

H.-B.— Fine-toned SUror Bolo.SBanjoa for Pn 
eerionali alwars on band. laisif 



CANDIES ! CANDIES ! 

SI. J9L. MHRCHr 

Manuf aotnres every desoriptioo of 
CANDIES. Wholesale aad BetaU. 

Gl S Kearny St., between Sacramento and Oa 
fornia, and 1M Seoond .treet, between 
Ml ™ and Natoma. noW 






•Ufa. 




3 



»a« nuMnoo, nrouDtT, j»»r»m 



v.:. XIX. *• 6 



'«*•! n 



„.tCelra *** 
ilv Ira* 



n^sr 



MAMMOTH SALE 



DRY GOODS 



CALIFORNIA TDBATBI. 



Jk.T T] 



People's Palace 



Ono-(^uart r Ol K Million ..f 
Doll I Iiit- 

TO SELECT FROM. 



GRAND CONSOLIDATION 



TWO BTOCK.B. 



Our House Yesterday Was Crowded. 



OOOX3 IklEN WANTED. 



a»r> ...eta ■*■■■»• t «Ttl n • t n i i 
HO v. hi— HI, .Dm >-<».< ■.leaaiieetea, UH orul reler Urania •> IU 

NAIAD QUEEN. 

ley r****-4 Ml -r T « J T. Mrm. Te elr* **>• **>•« I 
Hfc* |Hrir>Mii *m •»►#».»« ay****: f%c«c*K^<a Urt t-*» eaeaV- 

REMMELSBURG SISTERS, 
■orntA. and na 'i'T v . 

]vl , x j i_.ii: ivrAT=Liig GkA/ooAiita' 

AW Deary.* A* BAlttt ** F « ty To*»f L*4l*-> 

THE WONDERFUL GIRARDS. 

In Their Saltatorlal Gymnastic Folly called Leg-Mania. 

PROF. OTIEARDOIV, 
Wonderful Tumbleronican Performer, 

IiAUHA *» la rt ZXAHnv ODAB.K 

In their Mtnrtllnfr I)r>i.t>l«a Trnpf/.o A«-I. 

MORTAba. 



BELUUmON THEATRE 

■ I l«i|M« aw»t i. rri.t - *,**« pm i ■• j * — -Mar 

Second ^vhujix 

Of t*» bMal Mmfus 



tHI BAROr. i 



c»t . 



•..awed Itw fM 

...Ropm* OoaMaloM.. 



PEOPLE'S PALACE, 



TIE GREAT 



COMMISSION HOUSE 



911 and 913 Market Streer. 



. .T»e R.m'a «t..,ri 

.^•-f M m. F.™ 

-3 tlKlDOBT UoBKkNll. 






...w»i,t«h aunut 

I.Et* I vi 

.J. c 



OF MT. DIABLO. 

TMI» tVtllW JAWlAKI 

TV. talniM «U| ■»■• • 

■ ALK AWU FKMALE MINHTKKLH. 
ran-SMfc 

OA88IN ,.*..! rniTB 
■ ■ » Or«t< ■•*'- 

f%>r«*i»r ««.-.« T«a«r Wart— 

DENTIST. 

■ •II-4 I *«n ■****••> 

•«•■ *.»d IImbt *«•.••> H' K'im» 

(«Ml« •«•■« M ■»*»'»• U*Hw 

llaifk niu»d'>> M-fcU 

LI0MTH1M CtO M : ■_ - ■_• • • • • W00« I a*D MAT 

Overt*** 

After which tht trend Fairy Xitrarerrarrt TBI 



iiiti.oii oBtiiru. .i» smi jnimnoji 

K -. 1 . : *-- M.M K»n» 

■ 



MRS. O. B. 8ACRDKKB | 



IMMORT 

-- ttAD <)nRKR....Tb«Rrepbof I.arltl Brrt. MlftS RLI.IR WII.TON 

i be Q»«a. hub i ' 

■ •n««)f*<)MSjiri*5[rt HISS MAUOIh, MOOK*. 

*.\Ii ..IHMJ ld»»if ibhaMilat tb* Kbln-. u MR J. LA 

HosiUr .iiiieJioii.Mfi'.. 'l.Tm. > to . bf ......M KhARa. PRI1TU5, H*KUS, WUODS. MIsSKB J. alANLXY. W. 

SIANLKY. NELLtS FSkNKY MAUOIB MUHI'Iir end otb*r«. 

Synoposis of Soonery and Incidontiii. 

Act I BW <leL-^?OTH»HUX is Kitkbt 1 * Oistlk. Ro«nra 21 — Th- Lurlla B*rg. Roan* JJ. — 'Jarsn) oa tbeBaok.of 
tb* Rbla*. Sewn* itn.— To* Cmid on lb* Kh,n* •oil N»>i)'« Httb. Ballet of the t'o* «l Oraito, IntroanciEg tb* 
K'mmrlibM e Hfatrre and (,n'pid" Mil -I Ornnd Tnlilrun . 

ACT. II. Koeai-lst, — IU.C CCBM AM. in UatRHM. In 'h<* *a»a* will h« Introduced th* naw woi)-l«f, The Box nod «•« 
Mjurrr. br .I'romr Dn Mar, K«q. 8,«oe id — Tilt *Uf>levClH« IUIU of l.nrM ' rrofoiior U'JUrnrdna 
In LI* Wnndi- rfol TomMf Mlfnn I'rrfnrmiMin- l.ount nil. I II .rry (hub, Wonderful II. ml. I.- 

Trnptf. OarieoBi ttntlri Fun de I* » n <i m- 1 . Rrmroi- l.hrm M.lfrt. Pas de CIorhe>, Uatl«;OmUff>lD. 
Tbirtf O«ro*d» »» l-t. Dtno* of th" N»U1 ^ynuhj. OeD«rnl I'..IiIcih. 

A'T, U! Bavijtf-t Hill im l>intit\r»CM Oasti.k Soan* 2d.— ABti-Ob<nbar Id tbflOaatta. boacald — Tha Ortsi*K'b»rB- 
b*r b«n*Btb tha Hbina. I^-nmilu Att by the «*lrnr<la »c»nn 4ta.— Uotriio COaotber. oOBDa 5th — l»orob»a»o 
f aatla.(acT«Adaaoa>; occqdi1q< tOa eotiradoptb «f ta» stijc*. ) Ornnd M *ieh of the Anuani u««t Warllkrj T»>.- 
lr>*D 

Act IV. Beeae !<■ — Tnt-rinr of thi Ont'a, Sa«io L«»t.— Tba OtUla. Approach of the AmazOoi upon th* Gtatle. Tb* 
Naiad y*e#B eoBquan And forclvoa. TNpCaailc P.uti>mlird, Home of >»e IVnlad Qne«n. 

GrlMlMALrQUE^^ 

St'NDAY EVENING. January lit), fotutfa Open lUgot. "LV FAVORITA 1'* Whea the RBUMELSBUBQ 
8ISTSB3 and the Corpe do BBlht will appear, bj the kind pormieslon of Mr. Barton Bill. 



■ 

1 ■ rar lira* 
Toaamr IUiim 
fwof uarrataea 
r*>M. Dtaiit, ate, by tbe Oaaawf. 



UNCLE JIM'J VISIT. 



Coral*' lm<| 

IIOVHLRkUKUaid DANI K...MOOKr. •* HRAT 
Ooaale Seafj rln.lt. Kublaaaa 

THE TOU^WTsI 

Nlokaraon .....Bartoa .BrM....O»*eln... . Kvfl tollable 

Raltad Lanra ata>rv«>w 



V»n*l Mkrlrhra Faaiar Umrrr 

To concludj with tbe laogbable Bktt.b of tie 

Goal Heavers. 

Character, -'. bf tbe 



"•'11--— ^1 



Cliarles E.Peters & Go. 
REAL ESTATE AND COMMISSION 

V> ALL TH HB BBAHOUIS. ADOIION, tic. 

5o. 405J California St., 

Oppealte Bank of Oaltforoia. 

Bsefereneee. ear peraoa who bai bad baatnee 
wlib oae Id 8«b Fraaoiieo and New York and elae. 
wbarafer ibirti-two yaare, 

IVo H»»aee te let or R oti ;ooU*cted. 

S'j Daob'.fal Title* Wanted, 

8 ball bold a Ittc* AooiiOD Sale in Hay or June- 
end la jonrt>ropattj aft»r Fabrnarj l«l. Bold on 
tofear R«*l Xitate BBtil after Hatch let; I will 
a How yoa a market for It, end a new etjle of Real 
Batata bosiaeaa. :*'i-lir 



HOT ^SCOTCH 

8ALOON9, 

138 Sutter Street, 

And 336 Bush Street, 

IAOH OXLT TWO DOOB1 FKOM 
KJEABKT HTKEET. 

IO Gts. 

EOT & COLO WHISKY PUNCH 

A SPECIALTY. 
Hot Clam Chowder Every Night 

J. D. BBIOOB, I BRIOQS A TOPPING, 
Proprietor of .00 l Proprietor, or 

aatur-Btnot .BtloOD. Basn-Str.«t Silaoo. 

uu-tt 



MANNING'S OYSTER OROXTO 

AOQ PMB I', b.low KBAHNT. 
*±**J tor L.di.e .ad Qeotlemeo. 

Manning Pan Roast 

le NEW ud the Mo.t Detloloae Di.h in the 
Of iter lice. 

Patent AppUed For 

A. W. BANHISO. Praprlot.r. 

HlO-tf 



^ 



« BNTBAI 'W.^ 



HOT DRINKS 

....FOB. .. 

Winter J¥ e ather. 

SACK, POSSET T, 

MILI.rD VtlMS, r.tc. 

SPIERS & POND, 

422 SACRA JIEiNTO STKEET, 

(0d* Door brlow Hanaome. ) 

LUNCH. 

A NEW BILL Of FARE EVERY DAY, 
1 tie Proprietors cf tb* ttpUraAPend have pur- 
chased from 
A roril AK BBITEB 
On OAStroBomy, 
Three Hnndrcd and Twelve Bill* of Fare 
Calculated to meet tbe waoti of 

ONE THOU8AND PERSONS, 

W no may therefore h* certain of a different pro- 
(ramme for 

ETEBT DAY IN THS TFAR. 

Soup, Flah, Entrees, Joints, etc.. 

Al eleven o'clook preoiMly. 

A13 S-c:ani(Lito Mreot, one door below Saoeomo 

dcS-lta 



" T SI E VILLA," 

At tha New 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

TbeBnildice having joat beon completed, le 
now thrown open to tba pnbllo. Tbe hoaso ie eie* 
gentlr farnlsbod, and bat. 

ITowir Ptiblio Parlors, 

— Ain>— 

Ten PriTAto Dining Rooms, 

Tbe whole bolotr bolt*, net like a pnbllo hotel 
bat ax it 1h named. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"Tbe Villa" hi locatod at tbe last or north-west- 
ern (ate of tbe Park. 

Epicurean Breikfa#t«, Dinners and Snpperi 
prepared on theeborteat notice. 

GUDIO MANGENBERG * CO., 

PKOPKIltTOBS. ji II) 



1*. J. GATELY, 

Formerlr of th* 

"SUNBURST SALOON," 

Ii to be foand at 

HI* New Sample Bmbi, 101 S MatrUet 

Street, oppealte Fifth, 

at*- Bis old frlonda and the public seqerallr will 
And here the choiccit brand* ol LIQOORb and 

CIO AH8. 1*4-3 m 



MILITARY GOODS 

....airo..,. 

GOLD MO SILVER THEATRICAl 
TRIMMINGS, 



CHRISTMAS CHEER. 

THOMAS P. WALL, 

....OF HIE 

Cosmopolitan ample booms 

Ho. GIITIIimi 8TUF.ET, 

Bu Hid Id . eplendld etock ol L1QU0BS 

For tlie HOLIWAYf* ! 

Jamlnion's Uarrowbone-Lane Dietillory Hnblln 
Whlrkr. »x ahlp Htunboldt: Olenlivat Scotch 
Whiihy; Doable-Diatlllail Old R.e, Ki-etpon Dis- 
tlllerr. Pittaburn: Oninnean' XXX Dublin stout; 
Baea' Barton Pale Ale. All aamplea lO cents. 

t'aic lVosga. 



AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND 

NO. OSS SAt'KAMEMO STRRRT, 
Known aa tbe OHI0AO0 BBSR DIPOV. 

CEORCE B. AUSTIN, 

HAVING PURCHASED TSfE AB'.VE, WILL 
bo i.|«aatd to Best all old AIM I RAM ANfJ 
and NKW ZKALAKDttRS, their fnonda and tlt- 
Izonn Roofrall, who arc Aanureit of a. heartr wel- 
come und eood ob«er. DOT LU^'tJli ev.ry d<>. 
FKKK AND KASY *>Tery Saturday Kvenlnu at 8 
o'clock. V lrs< -class Pianlat. ja2-lm 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AND 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

fi'ifi WASHINGTON STy " 

OOOb.leitEta-oe;. PB I 

RKDUtJKD. B.tbe. 'V> cents. 

Sharing, V> oonte, H.lr Out- ^jpnTIH 

tioR, 26coDt«, Sb.rapnoiojt, 25 

oonte. Medicated B.tlia. JOHN GKBU''. 

ee3.tr 



QO TO THE WINDSOR 

BOOT AND SHOE STOKE, 

OO.Vo Market Street, 
Near Filth. 

Tbe Largeit easortmeot for Gents, J 

Ladies and Ohitdrin, 
at tb* Loweat Prices, jto-lm M.F.WALSH, 



L 



319 BUSH STREET, 

ALHAMBRA HOUSE, 

TM118 ROUSE, BE1NO OKNTRALLY 
looated, near all •bepda' 1- "' 



p.il Uotal*. 
Reatanrant'' and plaoe* of Aniusruiont, 
Strangera can find good, comfortable, pleas- * 
ntaud olenant rojme at reasonable price. 
oo24-tf 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OB THK F1NU6T OA.ND^ 
made at onr Steam Candy Factory daily. All 
erden, aapeclaily from tb* ooaatir. a» soUeited 
,od ^1 b. orom.u, '"S^to. WA 

aaalo lOT Mon«*om«rf at- nw Sutter 



FRED. KA.TZ 
BEEF AND PORK 

BUTCHER, 



m 



To the Unfortunate. 

OR. OIBBOV* DMFKN8ABY. 

NO. S83 KfCARNY 8TRKRT, OOR- 

Ber of t'ommetcial, Han FrnooWco 
VniraDce on Dommercial street. Kstab* 
lisbed In l*->4. for th* treatment and 
oare of all disease* of the urinary and 
generative O'Rans, and all phytical Con- 
aitiutaaoi weakness oooetqaont upon tbe error* 
or ffrnoreneo ot the eexos. Kkln dlxoasa (of yeArs 
standing) aid ulcerated lefts enuoeaefully treated. 
The niok And ibo afllicttd eQOuld not fail to oall 
upon him. Ttie Doctor bs* trAT«l*d extonaiYilj 
In Europe, and inspected tboroiiKbly tbe rations 
hospitals there, obuininK aixreatdeal of valuable 
information, which be is competent to impart to 
those to need of his acivtoee. Dr. Gibbon will 
make no chnrtte onleus he flT.<uI9 a euro. Adrdreai 
DR. J. F. GIBBON, Boi lit;,", San Francisco, 
nsdbVM 



POSTBRS, 

Programme*, and all kind* of Printing for 

lOOW, LECICBB, GONOKBT, TUB 
AIRE and OIKOCS HANAOF.UI, 

AT LOW RATKH, BY 
SS« fI.1T STKKKT. mkl 



LEAKY ROOFS, 

Tin, Aephaltnm, or Boa- 
ton Mastic 
HBPAiaBD. 

Send orrlere to H. O. FIBJiE, 
8D9 Market Blroet. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMIC?! MUSEUM, 

And Cullene of Medicine. 

1 i a fifiCi BEAUTIFUL AND IN8TRU0T- 
J.U.UUI/ ive objects to be aoun. Upon io tbl 
Pnbllo DAY AND NIGflT, at KUKEKA HALl 
UlS Montgomery BtrPot. FOR S1EN ONLY-, 

gj-Dn. Jordak'b Pbxvatb Office Ls at Sll 
Geary street (opposite old >ieoti»nics' Pafllteo). 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Either Oslifornlaor Eastern Opsierp, 
Oooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'5, 

Stalls 57,58 snd 59 California Market. 
(KnUAoco on Pine Street,) 
tOr Families and Restaurants sapplied^ at short 
notice. 



!:«4? 



del7-l 



J. C. COMBZS, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

Cor. Second und Tehama street*. 

■ay-Terrapin oonilantly on hand. 
FOyeters in erery etTle. PRIVATB 
kSUPPCR ROOMS FOR PARTIB8, 
* dec 31-tf 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

OVSTERN, OLA.HS and all kinder 
of Hh.ll Ptah. Stall «(* Oalirornlaf 
Hark.e, Ban rtaoelmo. 'yj "g * 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

OH AH. I> STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Between California and Pine. 

Thla elegant reaort, baa lately bean nnlargad, and 

now oontAin* 6 new KoTel tahlea. The baai l.iqiora 

and Oigare at tbe Bar. Fire large floaty f ornlabed 



THE CLIFF^ HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN!' SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA LlONS- 

AppetiziDg Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WIFE I 

BRING YOUR FAMILY I 
BRING YOUR EAIJY FRIENOB 
Andenioyarlew of the flneat OHKAN PANO- 
RAMA IN THK WOULD, all inaigbt of 
the wcrld-ienowned 

Golden Gnto. 

With aflsotof white-winged maancngen entering 
from every part of the commercial world. 

WaT-No w Linn Bniaos, conneotltig with Street 
Oars at Lone Mountrln every 1* minataB borfaftor 
for the (Jliff Bocae )>l-»t 



R. MEN D EZ, 

No, 19 Ceary Street 

RED IiION, 

FRP.K ANI> EAST erer, 
N.tord.r .renin* at 6 o'clook. 
Beat Wlnee ami LlQOorf. Tb. 
•'Old Sport" will slwnv. boon 
band to meet bie Irl.uda. 

Jolt 




TBIATEF, HIHaTEEI. AND Ma. 
UUKKABK KiaHJlKKllKIVtS 

wnui.rsALF. 

TI«hU. Pade, Uarlrooln. Ololtn and .Aoiea. 
Dro.ee., Maeler. »o»el»«. »»Aii n ,S'!,*I d .,n "*" 
Ttlmmln,!.. NA'lUAN JOIBPtl 4I»., 

0092 mi Olar Street- 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADIES' 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESKB 

Baa Restored to 
81* WASHINGTON ST., 
Font doore below Stockton atrt. 
HalrwoTk ol all Description! made to ord«« 
Obargee moderate. I' 11 *" 1 




Philadelphia Restaurant. 



OHAS. T. BEEQOI.D, PBOPRISTTJB. 

3K OBOIOEBT MBATS 
A Vegotut.lrie Board br aba 
4fJS PINE STREET bMTMen 



.oil M^etfoiri.rr 



!ft 



WELCHMEN AHOY. 



PnNleaed e^ry D*y »n *&» *•« b» 

7» BOQARDTTB 



m M-r^huDt nod SSC Wnshln«to» ■!• 

-:»in» Montgomery. 8an Kranoteco. 



TH UK^DAY JANUARY 8, 1874 



A PI c- to Vlalf. 

Tho ne.v dry good* Btore of Gl-eson <fc Fell 
911 and 913 Market itrtet, jnat b*j\>Dd 
Fifth. This firm was well-known 
to purchasers of diy and f*ccy goods, at 
tbtir old stand 634 Market street," as a home 
where good aniclta at ieJ80Dable prices 
cf nil always teobaioetf. Ttity adrertiB d 
libenliy, aDd hate built up a large trade, 
the wants of which r< qu red a store of mneta 
great ii Suohastore being im. 

pos-lble to obtain near tbeir old locality they 
flttod op l' e lower part of baildiog 911 aud 
913 Market street, most aomptuouBly in one 
immen* s'o t, which they called the "Peo- 
plV* Tel ic ■," ande: ctcd :t with naw and de- 
sirable goods. The iii-riment was a bold 
one, bat it has been eminently successful. 
Their spacious Btore has been thronged with 
ens'omers, and tbeir sales'have inoreas d 
lour-f jld. which fs no less due to the CJnvio. 
tion of their customers that they always ob 
tain of that firm a full equivalent for tleir 
mooey, than to the admirably arraoged 
store, and far-ieeing business qualifications 
of its proprietors, whes; ambition it is not 
togetrichina hurry, but to undersell al, 
competitors. They have juat commenced 
their winter clearing out sale, prior to taking 
account of eUck with the delermication of 
turning every article they c*n into cash, it 
reduction in piicea will do it, and are doing a 
rush-ng business. If ladies hear complaints 
of bard times Ut tbem visit the "People's 
Palace 1 ' aud s e what is going on theie. We 
believe with the Prophet Peters, that money 
invest'dii lurid: ss improvements Id fan 
Fnnciecu, is tho bee; iiiYea.ii.ent in tic- 
world. 



*'TIme 18 Money." 

No one appreciates the truth of the above 
saying better taeu the merohant. Punctu- 
ality in keeping an appjiotment, is with him 
the chief of virtues. How appropriate it 
is, therefore, that the Merchant's Exchang- 
er" San Francisco eheuld be Burmouuted by 
a clock. It is a piecing sight to see the 
weather beaten old eea captain glance at 
that clock to sscertain whether his obrono" 
meter is right. It was particularly pleating 
todo thiayes!erd*y moroing, at twenty-five 
minutes to 10 a" m. and observe the look of 
as'ouiehmcnt aud disgust which overspread 
that weather bea'en old sea captain's facv, 
when he saw five mioutea to 10 denoted a 8 
the true time on that ekek-face. However, 
tbat clock is ssldom more than an hour too 
•low, end it keeps good enough time for San 
Francisco. People don't care bo much 
about time here as in other parts of tbe 
world. They pretend they do; they potter 
about and think tbey are doing a great deal, 
when io reality tht-y are accomplishing 
nothing. Tbe Merchant's Exchange clock 
is typical of the Ban PranoiBOO merchant— 
often a little too slow, sometimes absurdly 
fast. 

'•By George" is considered to be an oath io 

Canada, and he who nt»s it may be fined $10 

- ■ ■ - ♦ . 

Vernal* poat-uffics clerks are being largely 
employed at tie South. 



Important io smokors. 

Taw men In Sin Frtnci.-co are aware that 
he enterprising firm of Kahn & Haas are em- 
ploying white l»malea labor in the manufac- 
ture of their Olgars . The very bet t material la 
ns-.dla tuts establishment. 0*11 and convince 
yourself at 778 Moritt 'street, between Third & 
Fourth itceet Finest brands Havana Cigars 
constantly on ha nd. 11-t 

X>o JVot Sutler from Corns. 

The unfortunate aufferers from Oerns, Bun- 
ions, Olnb and Ingrowing Nails, oan find Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. fl. Oowaa'e Intrt- 
tnte, 810 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 
•**** from experience, having tested the Dec- 
tor'o capability- Befereneea given tfrequixeo. h 

• 

I>r. Donerty 

Has devoted Us study more particularly to 
ohionlo and specific pracUoe, and as such Is 
now tbe most successful of any Physician In 
Ban Franolsco. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
corner of LeideBdorff. a tew doors oelow What 
Queer Hon*? t 

JL J»Jie»tmnti location. 

PersonB desiring oomiortable lodglngi in a 
Central location, ihomlt visit the Alhambra, 
and leaped the flue suites of rooms to let there 
Toe bnildlng is a very fine one and Is well 
lighted sod ventilated. * 



Dental Worst. 

FOH FTKZ6T QUALITY. OF WOES, gO tO T. O. Je3- 

snp, dentist, cor. Sutter >nd atootgomery, over 
Tncter'*. S-O 

Special to JLiadles. 

For dreoama^ing in all Its branches and the 
latest styles, call on Mrs, J. J. Walker, at 810 
Post street. Term* reasonable. 3 Ol 

liAPlEs' Hair-Dreseing and Hair Work, stylish 

and cheap, at 850 Washington St., near Stocl- 

ton. Country orders i r.mpily attended to. 
i-bl 



FrMdom of (Jpoeeta. 
Tbt- Gr.sa Valley Onion 8*ys: 
Io Placor county they are troubling ttem- 
Belves about gtamma' ; about U iglisb 
Kiammar. Tnev do not seem to know t»at 
thera is no Eiiuli'b. g iimmar. Therein a 
sort cf convention*. *av of unatiging w< rds 
in a eentemc, wbich is called uramo-ar, but 
it is oot a clean cu< sriicle of grammar lilt? 
the Greeks h d. in t^e days fcoce by. A 
"man from out WW w: o bal tnce taUKbt 
cohool remarked in our bearing, tbe other 
dav, that ■■theiearu'tooEoKlish grammar, 
at d M- icmaik wjs an illustrated fac\ Aud 
so ui Placer county, a writer f r tbe educa- 
tional column of a newspaper there, gives 
no fcsay on gtammar In theciurs- of which 
hspliysb'tvoo, more than one, with eorae 
oftbermall ruls which are supposed to 
make up English g- ammar. We asseverate, 
again, that there is no English grammar, 
Tbe fool hath and Iti bis heart there is no 
grammar! Well, so be it. This is a frte 
country, and we Bupposo freedom of epeeeb 
unrestrained by any arbitrary rules, is one 
of tbe rights secured by the Constitution 
The English language ia degenerating into a 
jirgou. It is made up of grunis, and klucks 
and animal sounds. The purity of apeoch is 
lost. Editors write "be done it," "he a en 
it," "he bad oime," "the toast was drank," 
without knowing tbey are incorrect. A 
girl is asked by her lover "Oh Angelina, do 
you love me?" and instead of murmuriog 
yes, sue grunts "am am." The idea of the 
preeent d*y, is not to educate thep:o^leup 
to a higher standard, but to write down to 
their compreheniion, Writers for the p ess 
mubt not be too welt educated, or they will 
not suit eitter tbe newspaper proprietors, or 
the public. "T/ ere aint to grammar." 
Perhaps the edijr of the Gra-a Valley 
Onion is right. 



Rath r Careless, 

About two Wieks ago thirteen bodies were 
stolen from the paaper burial-ground in 
Chicago. Io iccordinc- with the Christian 
manner of burying the poor in tbat city, tbe 
boxea containing the bodies were piled up in 
tbe cemetery one evening, and it was the in- 
tention of the sexton, probably, if he didn't 
have too much else to do, to bury tbem the 
next day. In the meantime, however, the 
boxes were opened* and the bodies stolen. 
Whether tbey were taken for the benefit of 
m'dical stue'eats er the Boap-fat men is not 
knonn. a d probably doesn't make a great 
deal of difiorenc?, io Chicago. 



A Lively Correspondent. 

The San Jobo Mercury very justly re- 
marks: 

We admire tbe expansive facial develop- 
ment of the Call's San Jose correspondent, 
who habitually aud continually steals the 
Mercury's local items, without even trou- 
bling himself to change the pbraefiology^nd, 
never by accident giving credit. We have 
naver yet discovered an item in said news 
tbat bad not been published from one to two 
days before iu the San Jose papers. This is 
enterprise with a vengeance. 



A Sunday School Lesson. 

Not long since, at Sunday School, tbe 
teacher, after trying hard io impress en the 
minds of a class of small boys the sin of 
Sabbath-breaking, asked; "Is Buuday bet- 
ter thao any other day ?" when tbe eoulleat 
boy in tbe e!a=B answered: "Yon bet your 
boots it is V 



A Perfect Woman. 

A woman of cultured intellect ia one of 
tbe main support?, if not one of tbe main 
elements, of civilized s:oiety, but the woman 
whofe head and bauds are alike educated is 
to be honored of bo:h gods and men. 



The Yonng Main from the East. 
" I'm a stranger io this olty, 
I'm latt-ly from the East, 
And mighty fond of oyster.-) ; 
Where can I gt t a feast ? 
I've bees to all the restaarants, 
Bat nowhere conld I nod, 
A plate of Eastern oysters, 
Of the old.fa&hlonea kind." 

" Well, I can tell sou," said hl« friend, 
"Exactly where to go, 
And where to get your oysters. 
Direct from where they prow. 
Jnat rake & etroll down PIKE STEEET, 
At 410. below the Market, 
You'll see a sign, 'TBE SADDLE EOCE ,' 
You can't fall to remark it. 

»■ Emerson Oorvllle keeps the place, 
The beat saloon in town, 
Th>r-* you can get your oyBters raw, 
Or fried so crisp and brown. 
He's the Urge&t oyster dealer 
On the Pacific Ooait. 
And that he Beeps the freshest 
Has ever been his boast. 

" Ho's got nice little private rooms, 
Where yon can sit at ease. 

And eat your O* itorni* etew, 

Or Eastern if yen please. 

All the young men of fashion go 

£1rM to tbe SADDLE ROOK, 

To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 

And drink their Rhenleh hock." 

Go Where tlie> *• Woodbine" 
Twlnoth 
And partake &f the luxuries ta be found 
there, Tbe beit of seasonable hot punches 
of all kinds, "wondetful" lunotej every day 
and night Private parlors, gen tie many treat 
ment by tie proprietor of the "Woodbine." 
Geo. Collin, No. 1 Morton Etreet, one door 
from the great thsroughfaio — Koarny street. 
Oalll 13bh 



Freahaml Sweet. 

Far the Beat conf ectionery. tt to Oantj and 
Wagner's. 107 Montgomery St. near Snbtcri ■ 

Remember the ' \ -ce to buy first-class butter, 
eggs and cheese, -• No. 72 and 73 California 
Market. 12v 



Co -18, Switches, and Wits etc., mads stylUh 
and cheap at Hair store 650 Washington Street, 
Oountry orders attend ej to, 

Or.r buttsr and che-se wa bought at Chap- 
man'e, 73»nl 73 California Msrk.-t, and pro- 
noun» It superior to any in the m rier. 12v 



Really Cbolee Cigar 
Can only te obtained at the Orient \1 Cigar 
Store, 229 Bush St. opposit j Mercantile Library, 
where the very finest Havana cigars and Tobac- 
co are always on band. 12-d 

Try the new patmt proceas for extracting 
te»th without the least aotual pain. No gas 
spray nor drugs need. Ferguson & Horffew 
Dentists, 207 Eeainy etreet. 120 



Mr. L. JALLFwrrs, No, 210 Eearny street, 
Sew and SeconaVHand Clothing, of all descrip- 
tions, bought and sold. Store closed on Sat* 
nrday until G P. M. jt 



GLOVES— Oleanaed and dyed by a new process, 
at SNOWS- .5 Poet atreet. 8a 



The Gilded Ace. 

The Arcadian criliciees "Tbe Gildsd Age" 
written by Mark Twain and Charles Dudley 
Warner. It ownB that it ia a clever satire 
on "whatever is ridiculous, veral or wicktd. 
in what arc known kb "American institu- 
tions," aud save: 

We cannot honestly say tbat the entire ib 
too bareh. Our c uotry has been so full of 
frauds and aborcinaiiona of various kinds, 
tbat it stems almost unjust to apply ihe 
term sitire Id the lite- al exactoeBB with 
wbiob events in nal lifd are lifted into tbe 

Eases of -The GiMed Age." Still such a 
ill be r-gardtd ns a jrst. It is made 
[<">s Hand will cell. Is w.t aod humor are 
too uareltevel by touches of the ideal, by a 
humane and 1 .fty spirit, to aoeomplish any 
apprtciab.'e good. 

Probably Mirk would say io response to 
t us criticism, ttat the book was written for 
the express purpcee of doing good- doing 
gocd to Mark Twain. It will probably ac- 
complish tbat great and noble end, and 
serve to make Mark's eld age gilded. 



A Suicide Prevented. . 

A married man in Ottumwa, Iowa, feeling 
unhappy, hung bimself. His wife and sis- 
ter out him down. He then tried to butt in 
his skull, but tbey held him until tie City. 
Marsta! arrived. That official cleared oat 
the women, and tbeu told the man to go 
ahead w lb tbe suicide business, as he) 
wouldn't interfere. He thought he'd defer 
tbe job till t'jere was more opposition. 
There isn't any pleasure is killing oneself 
when people want you to die, you know. _ 



TJslxiff Her for a W timing. 

We admire philosophers — men who at all 
times deduce valuable lessons from circum- 
stances even the moat apparently devoid of 
inBlrnction. They have a philosopher of 
this sort in Terre Haute, lod. Recently, an 
old lady ettempted to get off the cars when 
in motion. A gentleman near the door pre- 
vented her. "Letter go," said the philos- 
opher, with a gen-M smile irradiating bis 
intellectual face. "If she gets killed, it'll be 
a waritijg to Bomebody else." 



The Arc of Dancing etrid. X>e- 
portment. 
T lose who appreciate culture will be glad to 
learn that Professor O. H. Le&Ur baa opened 
an Academy for tbe purpose tf t a.-biag, not 
only danclnp, but theee graced of deport nent 
without which no one oan shine In society. Prof. 
Lester is a thorough master of his arf.one of 
ihe beat on this tide of the Hocfey Mountains. 
O. asset* are held at Grand Central Hall en the 
corner of Sixth nnd Maaktt t roots on Mondays 
and Thursdays. 

J. Voar»iey Sc Broe. new Candy 
S3 tore. 

At28 Second street near the Grand Fotel,ls 
without doubt the raoa; elegant Candy btore in 
he city, and tbe crowd of ladles who patronize 
itopeuly declare tbeir admiration, of tie coBt'y 
and magnificent anpolitmenti of tue store, and 
praise the quality of the candles sold there, 
Tbe supply of fancy boxes, cornucopias Christ* 
mas tree trimmings, and French confectionary 
ft r the holiday trade will be unrivalled. 13e 



The Oriental Wine House. 

Gentlemen of taste ari invited to visit the 
unrivaled aud tlega t establishment, f>t 227 and 
229 Bush St.. between the Cosmopolitan and 
Occidental Hotel*. The long experience of the 
proprietor, J. E. B'oharda, in tie bu^lneP, Is in 
it elf a girait e of the excellence sf the wines 
and liquors he dUpanses, and although but 
recently opened, it already commands the pat- 
ronage of our bett citizens. 12-d 



Hair Goods. 

The oheapeBt plsce lu the city t> buy Human 
and Imit tion l air good-;, Toys, Dolls, Ribbons 
etc, le the New York Bto.-e 110 Second street. 
Agenoy for hair sllic goods, mv<feof pure sllb 
If o branch stores. Goods s nt, O O. D. The 
Ntw YorX ttare has bjen e : tablished for years, 
and Is ihe leading one In the city. 



Watches, Jewelry _Etc. 

Of ever; description, at the very lowest prices 
at H, A, Oallender'a N. W. corner of Second and 
Mission streets. Watobes carefully repaired. 6p 



McDowell, Show Card Writer 

Ready made and made to order. Boom 10 

SOS Market Btreet. oor. Pont and Montgomery n 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



:e". hoflenq, 

WATCH MAKER, AND DEALER IN 
Waicbes. O.oekB, Jewelry. Sliver 
and Pitted Ware. Manufacturer cf Fint 
Solid Jewelry. Alao, Diamond Setter. 
Third and Market Sti., No. 5. Auticu* 
Hotel, San Francisco. 
09" Watches Repaired at the lowest rates, aud 
warranted for one year. j»7 2ra 



ART ASSOCIATION. 

OPEMSG OF 

WINTER EXHIBITION. 



THE GALLERY OF THE SAN FRANOI8CO 
Art Association, »13 PINE STRKE r, ; 8 now 
open to the pnblio d»ily, from 10 A M. to 5 P. M., 
and from 7 to 10 p. m. 

A splendid col'eolion ol 

CASTS FROM THE ANTIQUE 

In on exhibition for too Qrit time, embracing manj 
of t&o most fimona Greek Stat dob and Partbenoo 
FrleZ9 Relievos. Also mora than 

One MHndred Original Oil Palatines, 

InolndiDg the celebrated piotare bj Jacobs, of 
"•«AUSOJi AXfl DELUAU," 

Season tickets, admitting gentleman and lady, fa. 
Sirale admiseioo, SO cents. dl6-tf 



Attention, Good Livers! 

MB. P. BERGES, FORMERLY 
proprietor of tbe Miners' Res- 
Unrant, heg taken the management 
of both the Miners' Resraorant on 
Oommeroial street and the Miners'' 
Br^aob on Market street. Onr Bills of Far* 

sm'o-— ce all tbe delicaoias of the season. Ohj 
motto is "Good Para, Good Oooking »°<1 ModaraU 
Obarses." 

P. BCBOEI Jfe CO. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

SSI and SU Commerc!*!.. cr^ 
lea MukatrttMt. 



NEW GOODS 




THE 
CHEAPEST HOUS 

AMERICA 

IS THE 

GREAT 
1 X L 

AUCTION STORE 
618 KEARNY ST. 
COR.COMMERClfc 



Business Conducted on Fair 
and Honest Principles. . 

onb r»n.ioi? ,r . 



ALL GOODS WARRANTED AS 
REPRESENTED. 



New Goods Arriving Daily. 



THE LARGEST STOCK AND LOWEST PRICE 
OF AbY HOUSE IN THE CITY. 



CXflOTHXKTQ, 
COARSE and FINE 



S. F. and 8. P. B.B. Co. 



t .Ht£l 
CHANCE OF 



TriflE 



THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE GEYSERS, 

ON A.NT* AFTER JUNE 1, 1B73.THE STEAM' 
or AJiTKLOPn., connecting at Docaone Land- 
ir,R vvit.i idc t>;.n trtnoinood: North Pccido Rail- 
road Ootuuany for Clovtrdale and all intermedial" 
stations, will leave San fc'ranc.ietcn daily (.Sundaja 
eicpr-d), from Froct street w borf. at 2 :2U P.M. R»- 
tnrnlDe, tbe traiD will leave tjloverdalo daily at 
6:08 o'clock am , < onnEcting at Donanno with tha 
ate mer and arriving Io Cjau Ftancleotfat 11:00 a.m. 
in. 1 Bteam«rs nnd care makx close poonsctlonl 
with flt-ftitea to nnd fr^m all points. 

No more bl^DiY EXUUKSIONB nnUl for- 
tbsi notiofl. 

On •"■•d after MONDAY Dcember iBt.VSteamer 
AN 1 L tP.'J nil leave Pron'-^traet wharf at 2 
p. JI Train trrlviog a UlOVtsrdale at. 7: 15 P. M. 

•fcr- For nil iol»nbiitioo ap!>ly at the Uompauj'B 
otiii:n. <UM1 iAoatyrmnri fliri 6t. 

apl8 PKTi'.B, DLlWAHUE.Preeidenb. 




fRSTPREMIUMAWARDLf 



I»r. HENLEY'S 



fM- 



'itteBI 




At the State Fair, Sept. 181$ 

THE 0»LV KEI.IA1ILK TOMIC 

ANDRECUPERHTOR. DON'T BE MISLEAD BY 

LONG AND POMPOUS ADVERTISEMENTS, 

BU i USE THE LBKG-TitlED AN9 ONLY 

I Sure Invigoratoi* 

KNOWN, THE UNPftECEDENTED SUCCESS 

ANO IMMENSE SALE OF WHICH, FOR 

THE L. ST FIVE YEARS. PROVES 

IT TO BE TH; 

KING OF ALL TONICS. 

Re.d Ph niolaBB' certiflcate utiaoh^ct to .Mb 
boll'e. Ki mine pwornetatemeat^ofoareBeffsofc— 
ed.oo iil' at tb.offlcp. 

For sale by aU Druggists and L\quvr Dealers. 
H. KF81£IK Jb <0., So o Proprleto.%. 
SJBFroDt BtneL ooB 



The Fortunate Han Who Bays his Clothing 
at the IXt AUCTION STORE. 




THE UNFORTUNATE MAN WHO 
DOES NOT. 



UNDERCLOTHING, ALL GRADES 



White Shirts for the Million. 



FIJCl HOODS, WITCHES, 

JEWEIKV, NOTIONS, PIPES, 

PEBPCUIS, Sl'ATIONEBT, 

ENGLISH CITLEKT. TKEJKS, 

BASS, TiLlSES, TOBACCO, etc. 

A FULL LINE OF 

Rubber Clothing 

CALL ASJ) SEE FOB TODBSELE 
1HAT 



/%E Blow our 

own Horn 
{Because 
We Have 
Got A Stock 
, That will 

ADMIT IT. 






t 




IXL Auction Store, 

€18 Kearny St., 

Corner ot CommeroiaL 



Genuine, 

HONEST GOODS. 

....AMD ... 

Prices a Little Below 
Anybody Else. 

Has be«D and will bs the Secret 
of oar Snooeee. 

VAJS SCHAACK 
&CO., 

708 to 716 Kearny St., 

(Oppoeite tbe P];za,,) 

TO BUYERS, 

Two Words of 
HONEST ADTICE 

Buy 

NOW 

ffoflo Gooii are so macb b& 
low tbe coat of prodnotion n 
hev are new, it Is ii-ovit bli 
I ;it pricea eaD'Ot rimim long 
.v i..» tbey »rr. 'he Eaaterr, 
Milltereotopped. The approach 
of Soring aod tbe uec&Baiiiea of 
oooeomers win b-trg s d>-m»nd 
Vi&DtiFfto.TjreTS ff'll be ma^tera ol 
'.he aitoation. Qonds will then 
advance rapioly. Therefore, l 
sgaio aay 

BUY NOW, 

And boy where yoor dollar wil 
'irirp r< u moro Roede tban Id 
any di-birr b^use io tbo State 
\t Icaac look b-fore jon bo.v a 
Lbe BARGAINS naw offered by 

IVAN SCHAACK&CO 

■irect. imporinra of F BFPH 

Igemj NK. HONEST goods, 

Im, pricea a li'tle b^law anjbodj 
Jelvk '*» K' ARpft SFKEBT. 
■(op.p)Eite the Plaza). 







SANGER BAXiXjS, 

14 ©eary "'r^ft. npiir Kearny. 




DEPOT UK W.jhaIND 4 KASOHE'S 

BAY BREWERY BEER. 

5 Cent, u Olan. 
"M>18-« OHRI3 FEXDMABK. 




TURF CALLERY STABLE. 

OBITTKHDRN & DALTOK. Proprietor* 

■ 0» Satt«r alreet Ntar Kearor 

SAW FRANOISOO. 





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JOHNHY KIOB 

BILLY Wtl.UU 

COlf . T. MURPHY 

D. J. BHKBWOOD 

JRNNIR 8HHRMAN 

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MAMMOTH PROC3AMME 

DOUBLE VARIETY COXBISATIOV. 

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To oonclnils with the Moral Drama of 

TEN NIGHTS in a BARROOM. 

Joe MorcaD.,..tha Drnnkard Georg* rotter 

Itulj KniOB..... P.,lille»l Bnttoabolar... ..... ILrr* »»foy 

>lr. Bunt. ...who waata «o ofllca WiUi Paths 

Simon Mid* kopprr of [he T*T«ra haah't Moifcm 

frank Mid* .. hla .on VfSah Mo.lDMit 

Mosul aGentael Bom I too f-amw. Ill 

Mary Moron !o#'e doligbt M -c«U Ktewer 

Mn, Morgan.... Joe'e wit* Until • i.aForiMl 

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CONNOISSEURS!! 
he Celebrated Brand 

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JHAIYIPAGIYE 

CARTE DOS. 

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kMH .f II. Iinr It I. eo.aldered 

J"<B«. to bo the best VF|B« la the 
■air j. 

»r Sale in Quantities to Suit. 

♦ 

LOCKE & MONTAGUE, 
le Agents for Pacific Coast, 

112 & 114 BATTEBY ST. 

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BEER. 



W00LENG00DS. 

|IS UNDKRS1GHKD IB Hf RROKIPT OF 

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Single Outside Rooms, 

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No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair fflattrassos, 

AT THE 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

4S* SAKSOHB ITZIET, COB. CLAT, 

IMrty OexAtss por 3XTi*to.t 
And Loss by the Weeta. 



OPKU AXiIi NIGHT 

Apr-28 Ii. t. SWELL, proprietor. 




A NEW HAT STORE 

On Montgomery St.- 

norjegFbms., 

PRACTICAL 

HATTERS 

628 Montgomery St,, Near Clay, 

SAN FKAJVOI30O. 

WE WOULD RESPKOTFTJLLY INFORM THE P08LIO 
AOd our Dnrnprniii patrons tbat we hav cpi e.) our pew 
and fUgtiQt (itor«on MONTnnMSKI tSTliKF.r, usur Clay, where 
*re will uoliatAntly koopon b»nd tb» FIN US C AS^OK' Ml* NT 
of HAT-* and OAP3 evBroflur-d to the oitiK^r.g of the Paoiflo 
Uo-i'l, iind it prl .■*■»■ whlob Will defy compr itioo . 

We are »! o prepared to make to order all tlio Latest StILBB 
of Huts ami Oape on arinrt poiion. 

CLEANING -nd REPAIRING neatly and promptly exacnted. 

N. B. Wo will «rtll continue oar etoro at (be old rtand. Nn 
930 Dupont street, wbareoao be fouo) our o.ml good aaiort- 
meot of (foods, and competent batters to attend io the w* ate 
of otnttomars doaltns; there. NOItlJCiiA BUU8, 



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FAOIFIC 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



3. P. BOGAROUS, PnbUshei. 



THE ONLY MOUSE IN THE CITY WHERE THE ORIGINAL 
"GRAND DUKE ALEXIS TIES" CAN BE FOUND I 
Also the Largest, 

CHEAPEST AND BEST 

SELECTED STOCK 

....OF.... 

Cents', Ladies', ''Misses', 
Children's and Infants' 

BOOTS AND SHOES/ 

EYER OFFERED 

In Ban Francisco. 

BEERS & MAYNARD. 

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ORGAN. OF AMUSEMENTS 



Programme of all Established 



Places of Amusement 



IN SAN FRANCISCO.. 



CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 



IK TH* YBAB. 



TEB JOURNAL OF AMTJSEMEffTS. 

Fobllahai every Dv In the Year by 
£>^ BOQAKDI7S 

■ SI tfirebut nJ *8S Wtt»bln*ton «U. 
Below Monta-ornery. Han Francisco. 

THURSDAY JAflUABT 8, 1874 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 

Alhambrt THeatre. 

Welch end Bica Id grot»Eqoe stotiud dances* 
Ella Wesnerin her songs. InolodiOB tbe ever-pop- 
ular "Nioodemns," bweatnam and ft'Ainiog at 
"The Giraffe Brothers," Weorge 8. Knight in bis 
Dutch toDfi and fonrn? atorfef, the wondarfol 
Biegrist troupe and the aoreeaiing estravagaez* of 
"The Rivals," will crowd this theatre to-night. 
To-morrow night, when the enterprlting Manager. 
Thomas Magotre.will bs the recipient of a com- 
pUma^'.irj benefit, in addition to the regular en- 
tertainment Him Jennie Lee, Mr*. Jolla Melville, 
J. P. Burnett, John Bowaon lid Harry Thomp- 
aeo will appear in the capltil faroe of ''Dabster 
Dona." There will blanch a house on thisooci- 
aloa as li not eeen ever; night in the fear. 
California Theatre. 

■The Naiad Qoetn" will ba played to-night, and 
in addition to all ita attractions of scenery, musio, 
ballet. Guards, Protestor G'Reardoo, Herry 
Olark and MMe Laara, the great mystery of the 
nineteenth centnrj will be presented. This la the 
inoompreteniible boi fest, which has been nna- 
ullng London fjr a year past, and has lately been 
Introduced in Hew York by Prof eisor Hartz. Mr. 
Da Mar ii the poeeessor of the secret, and will in- 
troduce the illusion in California. We defer a 
description of it tic til i: has been performed be- 
fore the public of California. 
Opera House. 

The very clever dramatization of Dicken's novel 
of David Oopperfield, entitled "Mioawber vs 
fieep," takes well at this house, and the lively 
farce of "Beaut fol Forever," In which Miss Jen- 
nie Lee and Joan fiowson apyear, winds up the 
evening's entertainment very pleasantly. The pei- 
formacce for to-morrow night will be for the b;n- 
eflt of Thomas Maguire, and, appropriately enough, 
will conaiat of Italian cpers. Mr. Maguire baa 
apent more money in introducing Opera in San 
Fraucieoo than many a German Duke, an! de- 
serves well of the community for cultivating its 
musical taste at bis own expense. The opera tf 
"II Trovatore" will be given, with Madame Agatha 
States, Signor Pietro Biocei, Sbjnora Bianchi, Mrs_ 
George T. Evans, Signer Orlandini, Signer Fulvio 
Bigo and Hose. Charles in the cast. We can prom- 
ise the public a perfectly performed opira on thia 
occasioo, and const cineoU/ a rich musical treat* 
Bella Union. 

"fee Fay*," with Miaa Jennie Johnson as Gay- 
land Graceful, Jehu Woodward as John Horn- 
awoggle. Matt Kelly as Kicg Brilliant, Mies Fanny 
Garretson as GoBaamer, and otbtrs, whose names 
appear on onr first page, in the cast, will be pre- 
sented to-nigbt in connection with a great variety 
bill, in which Oassim and Fritz, Moore and Bray 
and others will take part. 
Buckley's Varieties, 

First part, amusing olio of acta, songs dances 
LQdgymnattio feats, and afterpiece of "TenNlghte 
in a Barroom," make ap a very attractive bill at 
this house. 
"Woodward's Gardens. 

The gardens are naw in the finest condition. 
Skating and the Trained Animals everyday. A 
£ rani performance and the pantomime of ' Lee 
Brigands" and the grand act "Groupe Obinois" 
Saturday and Sunday. 

xaJuxoMiOAL Musium. — One of the mo3t 

compute collections of the kind in the United 
■tates, compriaing hundreds of costly and beatt- 
lilnl waz models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
•;lu) at the Unseam on Montgomery street. As 
brat mar be nrofltablv scent here. 



Wtvr Declared. 

Some people talk of Ooba, 
And apeak of war with Spain, 

Hoping onr soldiers will go forth 
And take the Spanish malD, 

Bat wiser men perfer to go 
And get an oyster stew 

At the KocRaway House on Market street. 
So elegant and ne». 

Here xn-a caa talk their bnsineai 
While neaped in a pile 

Oysters and diff arent kind of fish 
Are cooked in every style, 
A private door etfcddy street. 

Admits '.he laoyti lav 
Wnile the ealoon for eleganoe 

Makes everybody stare. 
For busfnesa men, and other folks 

It never eao ba beat. 
Tbe food is eocd, tbe prices low 

At 1004 Market street 12-1 

ED. KBEHHXE. Proprietor. 



Ladlea In tbe above handsome carriages may 
be Been any time daring tbe day in front of 316 
Kearny etrtet, near Bash street, waiting (fox a 
few momects) for a dozen or two of those eel* 
fibratdd Written Visiting Card*, bo elegantly 
erecu'ed by John P. Dwyer. card writer for the 
Grand Hotel. N. B.— Cards written, engravsd 
or printed la the latest and mott faBblorable 
•Uyle, handkerchiefs merited, ttanoil plates 
neatly cat, and monograms engraved and 

printed, U-r 

Happy Ke-w "year. 

For Bon Bona and McttoB for your New 
Tear's table, go to "Tbe Leading Candy 
Store," George Haag & Co'a, SO Kearny street, 
near Market. Their display of holiday fancy 
Roods will tctilly eclipss any former exniWtion 
of this very popular firm. They have also im- 
portid the most elegant aasottment of French 
Candy Eoi:e and Cornucopias ever eeen In this 
oity. _ 11-b 

Asa TJ Waugamnn's Wew Sa- 
loon, 

Corner of Hal!e:t and LeldeEdornT street?. 
Large acd cDmmodiou? saloon, centrally lora- 
t jI, witi ante-roome, supplied with the best 
brands of Llqaora and Cigars; bouttiOuB hot 
lnnch— blBgre:t specialty— ♦seivai from 11 a, 
M.tiir.si, and a cold lanch atterwardg. Drop 
in and "ba satisfied," 12bh 



SUTTER'S FORT. 

I stood by the oldfoit'e crumbling wall, 
On tbe ea'tern verge of tie tjwn ; 

The bod, tbroajh clt/t it t e rained hall, 
Flecked with its light tbo rafters brown, 

And eiMnx with gold tue oaken flior, 
Seemed t J borniih the place sn» w ; 

While out and In through the hat '-closed door, 
Building their no. t*. tbe swallows fl-.w. 

Charmed by the magic spell of the place. 
The preBtnt vant-hti\ the pMt retort ■? 1 ; 

While rampart and fortress filled tie ipice, 
And yonder the Indian camp-fires boroed, 

I beard the sentinel's measured t«ad, 
The challenge prompt, the quick reply ; 

I saw en the tower above my bead 
Tbo Mexican banner flaunt the sky. 

Around ma were waife from every dime- 
Blown by the fickle winds of chases; 

Knlgbts-erraLt rea.:y tt any t me. 
For any cause, t i couch a lance. 

Tneittnch old captiln, with cowt'y grac", 
Owner of c:nut'.eei leagues of land. 

Benignly govern'd the mctlfy race, 
Dispensing favors with open hand. 

On miles of meadow bis cait'e feed, 
While brown vaqutrot, with careless rein, 

Swinging riatoi. en r.fetleai eteea, 
Are da&bing madlj ever the plain. 

Prtsto change— the pstflirch no more 
Shall rale as in the days of old ; 

Some alchemist versed in hidden lore, 
TruBmn'ei the shining sands to gold. 

In noandsy splendor the morning pales ; 

A yellow etain 1b on th? streams ; 
And amid Arcadia's hills and vales, 

A golden glamour fiercely gleams. 

W:th magic Blill, the subtle brain 
Arrays - he annals of tbe years ; 

I 636 t -ie 3 a: tied -world again 
Oonvolaed by altera hopes and fears. 

Bold hands are framing, with eager zeit, 
An epic grand, with marshaled tropes ; 

A nation, climbing the mountain's cre-t. 
Comes sweeping down the westsrn slopes. 

And far out rpon the rettlei s seas, 
Baffled, and tossed t y adverse fate, 

The keen eyes ol Mammon's devotees 
Are watching for the Golden Gate. 

Sweep on O Btorms, by sra and land ; 

Surge on, O t ides InEatlate ; 
Frnitlon's hcur 1b near it hand ; 

Best comes to those who watch ind wait. 

Thai vaguely to m?, as in a dream, 

Obscure events throng tblck and fast ; 
Aud the gray walls of (he old fort term, 

Frescoed vtiti pictures of the past. 

— L, H. I"oote in Satramtnto Vnicm. 



HOW I Made 8VO. 

By buying my bed-room set of furniture of 
■J. A. Shab:r & Co., 707 Markets re t two doors 
•font Third. Tbey sell Furniture 20 per cent, 
cheaper than any other dealers, I tried them 
all. 12h 

Trio L oiicacy of all Seasons. 
Is B. F. Bukkxb "s Club Sausage; tta fame has 
'Spread far and wide throughout the land. The 
only pla=e to obttln this celebrated Sausage it 
at stalls 74 ar.d 75 California Market llz 



Oysters, 
In strolling round the other night, 
To look at''Frieoo by gas light, 
uur careleBB feet, by chanoe did srray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of sparkling waters, made a screen 
Throuoh which a sweet bouquet wat Been i 
While mossy stone and pearly shell. 
O'er whiob the waters softly fell, 
Made that window eeem to be 
Some fairy grotto of the sea, 

fitep," said my friend, "let's go In beia 
It Iooeb so nice— and try their cheer.'" 
"All right," I said, * -I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
So sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our Bide a waiter neat 
filade his appearance, asted our wtflb— 
Said they bad almost any disk 
That we might name. We found It true) 
And coofed masmfcenXiy, too; 
All kinds of oysters. Juicy, fat, 
Cooked every style; Just think of that, 
And ii your mouth don't water, then 
Tcn're different from other men. 
They'd clamatnd crabs aud terrapins';] 
In fact, v* found they bad within 
That cosy place «fl kinds of game, 
Fieb, flesh or fowl which we could name, 
While every dish was, I am Bare, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
Tbo lsdlep, too, nave found, 'twould eeem, 
That they have here the best ice cream; 
Bo here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get what they call * 'su-h nice dinners, n 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred tbirty-Beven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goea there once will go again, 
Pacific OyBtar House, 337 Ensh street, above 

■antgomary; open Day and Night. 

OHABLEB AAAKE, Proprietor, 



TJ. Peyser, TIO Montgomery Street, 

WisbeB 1 3 inform bifl friends and customers 
that be has removed back again o his old 
Btaud, has enlarged his atore, and has on band 
the cheapest ard finest stock of Men's, Youth's 
and Boy's Clothing ever openfad in this city; and 
also, a fine st :ck of Men's and Boy's Furnishing 
Goods. Don't forget the number. Call before 
examining elsewhere, 11y 



Beecher on Stomachs. 

la one of JJeecher'* Friday evening class 
meetingB lately a bald-headed stranger, who 
bad a very peculiar voice, which made every- 
body smite, told bow Lib mother taught him 
to be good and to dofrooderery day, and 
bow be bad been doing so ever Bince. 

Mr. Beecher, smiling, and amid the up- 
ro-irkus mhta of the aadtenc?, said that 
tie brother bad a pret'ybead, round, and 
full, and bo on; that probably he had a good 
chest uuderoeatb it, and a good stomach un- 
derneath that. That made all the difference 
in the world. It was not muou credit to a 
man with a good pbyeique and a Bpleudid 
digestion to be good aud to do good every 
day. ButEuppoeea man b as been created 
with a dyspeptic 6tomach. He would always 
be moaning that there was nothing to live for, 
and nothing to live by to get that. He went 
groaning and moping along, thankful to 
God tbat every man did not kick him. Tell 
that man to be happy and cheerful and do 
good always? Why, it would be worse than 
mockery to him. "Tbe ohurch," said Mr. 
Beecher, "has got to carry men with all 
>orts of heads and stomachs. You can't 
tarn out men as you tarn out candles— all 
fashioned in one mould." 



For Pboto-erayons. • 

And reproduction in a superior style, go to 
Edonard & Cobb, 666 Kearny tt, near Call, 
fornla, Those desiring any or the above for 
Christmas presents, should make application 
before tbe rain seta In, and so avoid disap- 
pointment, satisfaction guaranteed In all 
cases £t 

Savrxi Moore, 

Formerly of Ease House Carriages, can b3 
'onnd In front of Coleman Bros, clothing es* 
ablishment, southwest corner Bach and Mont- 
gomery ete., or Dorter Stables. Oarriace orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
tr night, at reduced rates, tq 



A Sad State of Morals. 

It is an admitted fact tbat io a consider- 

abla portion of cases if the conductor neg- 
lect to ask for the fare, tbe passenger fails 
to remind him. There are few of os who 
have not seen man whose appearance 
would prc-suppose a well-lined pocket-book 
aud a balance in bank, sitting for a while 
with a five c ;nt piece between his thumb and 
Soger, aftar the oonduotor had pas ed by, 
quietly slipping the coin back into his vest- 
pocket. 



Max Bachert, die Artist. 

(Late of Sarons's in New Tcrfe.) sow with 
Bsftlay & auhfcon. issuing bis Elite Por- 
traits, x, 



Venting Bis Feelings. 

A pugilistic Irishman in Eogland, being 
bound over to keep the peaoe on ail British 
subjects, remarked: "TteLord help tbe first 
foreigner I meet." 



Ltpman's Great Discovery. 

Propably no objeet hu called forth more 
preparations than that of restoring and beau- 
tyfylng human hair; ana among all, J.LP 
man'a wonderful rcstcrer stands beyond 
question at tbe bead for efficiency and perfect 
safety. This iaabBolctjly free from Sagar of 
Lead or Lac Sulphur, 'and nevar fails to p o- 
duoe the effect d sired; require i no otier pre- 
parct.on; is easily applied, and Is, without 
doubt, tbe simplest, best and cheape£t hair re 
storatlve In use. Bold by all dragglita. Gene- 
ral Agent?, Obaa, Langley A Oo„ Wholesale 
Druggl ts, San Franciaoo. lv 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 
SECURITY SAYINGS BANK, 

304 SQDwme Street. 

AT A MBETIHG OF THE BOARD OF 
Directors held December 50tb, 1ST ,a dividend 
to depositors wte deolared for the term ending 
Dotembsr 31et, 1ST 1 , at tbe rate of nica and eix- 
tentba (9 6-10) percent, per annua on term de- 
posits, and eight (8} per cent, per annnm on ordi- 
nary depoEiti— payibie on and after January 2, 
1874— tree of Federal tax 
jtb-lm T. F. BACON', Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Sayings Union, 

£33 Cnllfernla St., cor. TS'ebb. 



POB THE HALF YEAE, ENDING WITH 

F 31et Dncember, iS73, & dividend has been de- 
olared. at the rate of Nine (9j per cent. t>er an -mm 
on Term Deposits, acd Beven and one-belf OH) 
per oeot. per anonm on Ordinary Deposits, tree of 
Federal fai, piytble on after 12tb Jannarv, 874. 
By Order. LoVKL-L WHtiE, Oaehier. 

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0PIBA bohsi. 

Bush Street between Montgomery and Ke* f. 

OVERWHELMING SUCCESS 

Iu t ilt BBjt-tlfu! Temple of HnUc, of the 

SUSAN GALTON & JENNIE LEE'S 

Burlesque and Comedy Troup*. 

THIS EVENING JATOAKT i 

To commence with tbe new adaputk n of DlokeuB' oovel of "D,Tld OopperQeld." In 2 Arte r 

Geo, Fewoeit Eowe, eg performed with boo ' lmmeoie encceae at the Ualon-Squaio 

Theatre, New lock, ent tied 

MICAWBER i HEEP 

DISTKIBTTIOBI OF CD ABACTi:K8 : 

DAVID OOPPERFIELD JTJLE ROBINS ft 

MR. WIOEPIBLD H, j>. THOMP^C 

WILEI.VS MICAWBEB JOHN HOW* I 

MR. TRADDLBB WILLIS SIWB 

a? R I All FJEEI' j, p. ai'RKET 

OFFICERS HARDY and BL* I 

BETSY TROTWOOD MISS FANNY YOD t 

AGNES WIOKFIELD MISS ESTHER T9ILLIA 5 

MRS. MIOAWBKB MBS. JULIA MJELVI1 5 

YOUNG WILKJNS... J Moawber'e ( 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Savings & Loan Soc'y. 

THE BOARD OF DIRECTION OF THE SO- 
olety have declared the dividend for the sec- 
ond half year of 1673, ending this date, at tbe rate 
of nine (9) per oect. per ann-m on Term Deposit-. 
and eevsn and one-naif ('.'■- 1 per oeot. per annnm 
on Ordinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, parable 
on and after Jannary IS, lS7i. Br order, 

GKO. LETXK, Hecietarj. 
l»2-2w 



Holiday EEa.ts. 

CarUIniy a new hat is about a3 pleasant a 
holiday gift aa cap be imagined. There la an 
Immense stock of HatJ to select irom at "The" 
Hat St?re, 6*7 Washington street (aecond hat 
EtDre below Kaarny) . The newef t etylea at rea- 
sonable prioee. 12** 

The Old Stnnd-844 Sanieme Street* 

Opposite the American Exchange, where the 
pnblio will find the finest brands of Wines end 
Cigars the market sfl\rd\ also & first-class 
lnnoh served from 11 to 2. Milllken & Daly 
proprietors. l Ia L 

The Matinee Fruit StOi-e 

Keeps the choicest yarlttles of domestic 
and Impoit.d finiti, j-lliee, confectionary etc., 
anda?ll6it the lowea r n;. Pare, healthy 
Apple Older, f.eah from the pre*3 every day. 
Ho. iOD Bash street, one door above Eearnf. Ir 

FEAT HrTRS Gleamed. Oorled and Djed, at 
SNOW'S, Ho. 25 Pott stroaL 6r 



DIVIDEND NOTICE, 

California Savings &Loan Society, 

SIS CALIFORNIA STREET, 
Gnarontee Copll-l, 9800,000. 

THEDIREOIORS OF THE ABOVE f^OOI- 
e.y have declared a dividend of tan <10j p°r 
ce: t, per annnm cnttrm deposits, and eigot (4) 
psr oaot< pJr anonm on ordio»rj dtposita, tor tbo 
ffm andi*g31st Dacembar, 18.3, Ir-a (rom Fed- 
e'al tax. and pajable <on ano *fter 5th Janniry 
187*. Bj order. D. B OHISHOLM, Sec'y. 

d» tj3l 



PERSONAL. 



JOLIA-YOUOAN GKT ALL SIZES FERBO- 
tvpaa pjctareatakei and ficiihea in ten mio- 
ntos.rain or sbine. »i WING £ ALLEK'S, 5»» 
K"ams street. A apecialtj made In ink pictoros. 
Yoara, DAVISOH. de22-lm 



LADIES. SAVE YOUR HAIR OOMBiNGSt 
wai flowers hairflowera and£»nej work-Uoga 
for fo per moDth. SwitoDea. cnrl*, etraightenipe 
tangled bair. weaving, combitge, 6tran»icK carl*, 
tto , eto-.all for $6; switches made from ft) cents 
nDwarda : aide-oarla steamed for 15 cents ; si I kinds 
of work done to order cheap families or claaaee 
taught io tna oityoraorosa the bay on reasonably 
terms. Parties wiahsa t j take lesson* or have work 
done BhoulJ take adTantege of tbe time I am here, 
aa I leave for Enropeina short time. «10 l-» 
Howard straet, bet New Montgomery and becona. 
deU-lm 



S.F.BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

BookJtUen and Mtatloa«ra. 
H. H. Moore. »9 Jflontcomery. near UorobanL 

Batchers. 
Katz. Fred, Stalls 94 to 100. California Market 

Dent lata. 
H. E. Fope, 6 Monwomery Street, 

£mpl«xaient Office. 
Ohineee Employment Oo.— Pierce & Oo„ 627 Sao 
ram en to s treat. 

Hunnn BCAlr. 
Sampaon, A. B. * Oo- HO Second street 

-SjVnltcnera and Faster Hangsrs, 
A. W. Wheldeo, 122 Geary street. 

Wine* ttvd Uqnora. (Wholesale.) 
Daaari F. 4 Oo- 8W Froni. 



EMMA.. 



Ohildreo. t 

•VERTVBE ORCllKsTI | 

To conolnde villi the sparkling little Piece de BeBietanoe entitled 

BEAUTIFUL FOREVER! 

MR. SIMPLETON WILLIE SIM I 

TOM....hiB serrant JOHN HOWS'! 

MBS. SIMPLETON MIS^ FANNY YOU I 

JELLY....I chambermaid Miss JENA'IE JL: I 




The Piano Used in tnis Theatre is from Sherman & Hyde 
S^- OPERA GLA8SES TO LET at the Stand in the Lobby. 



Tliat Gorgeous Furniture 



....FOB THE..,. 



HOLIDAYS 

HAS ARRIVED. 

COME and SEE IT. 
CALIFORNIA. 

Furniture Manf ' g Go. 

220 to 226 BUSH ST. 

del8-lm 



G00DW0KK, LOW PRICES. 




SHOW BILLS A SPECIALTY. 



ALFALFA! 

NEW CROP. 

F9R SALE, OHOIOE LOT OF FTNE OALI- 
forni a-jgrotva .iii-I:a,in lot* to suit, fo>- cash, 
atmarket rattr. Onr seed, oolik- tbat imported 
from Oh;le, is iino and f re» from Mustard or other 
foreign seed. Vegetable, Flower and GrasB Seed, 
etc, etc. 

GO.OOO TRnmie Plants. 

100,000 GrUUiTreea 

Fine Plants, 1 n es, Bnlbe, and all • rticies in tbe 
line, f rcbh and eood. Splendid htook. 

R K MOOPB 

Seedsman and Florist, 4*5 Washington street, 
San rraDcisoo, Calif irnia. nS-lm 

■or .Seed for uew Catut oene. 







GOOD 1TOKK ! LOW FKICES ! 

LOVEJOY & WILLIAMS, 

NEW PHOTOOH 1PH IC eA.I-1-EKTr, 

188 Keirnj lltat t, opp o«t. W>ite Hobm. 

JO WILLIiMB (LiTE OF BBADLEY 4 
. °B.I„l»n'.) .MlW. B. U1TBJ0X (l.t. .« 

..to" r .U c I tt>. pitron... ol ih.ir fn.odi .nd 
tt. pobllo mamllf, .pd bop. Ih.ir low ..wri. 
.oce will be «ttM»n»« *•% tbes will do Dnt-oUH 



COLD-ROOM VARIETIE . 

Sixteenth St., Cheyenne. "Wyomlna;. 

.TAMKS W ALLEN ...Proprier 

JOUNW. DUNNE Business Uana r 

HAHRY SPBIGOS Stage Alans r 

HAS J TJ S T H£Eftr KJCFITTIH 
and reopened for the Fall and Winter S • 
eon with a Uret-cluBa Oomoony. em-bracing Ha r 
Sptiggs, the great cbtracter actor; Harry L • 
r»in«, Billy Forest, Mr. J. W. Dunne, Miss Li » 
Hall, Hlas Minnie Pavis, Miss hlelhe Heymo, 
Mies Jennie Logan, Frank Holtey. George Tok • 
and Charles Miller, and a fall and efficient • 
ohestra. 

W9~ Lady talent oomins; East can always esc . 
engtgement. by applying to J. W. ALLEh. Pi. 
prietor. GOOD SALaRIEb PAID. saM- . 

PIPER'S OPERA HOUSi, 

vraanu crrr. mjcvasa. 

JOHH PITER Peopeiei: 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

8ACKAMIXTO, CAL 
JOHN PIPER LESf ( 

BOTH THESE ELBGAMT THPATBE8 Oi 
be rented by tbe nigbt or week. Stars a 
traveling compaoies Ubaraliy treated with on i 
plication to o»raij* t>kP&B. t 

ManE'-erand sole I*roprletat 
O- ta .). 12. HcVAllE. 
jn2Stl 38a Bash street, San FranofaoC 

INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTIN 

ELOCUTION AND DEPORTMENT. 
LADIES PBEPAKED for the STAG 

PRIVATE THEATRICALS AND AMATET. 
pvrformanoee direot^d, by a lady and gent 
man of more tban ordinary experience. For pi 
ticclare apply to MR J. H. MoOABK, 

Theatrical Agent, No. U32 Baab b tree t. 
delO-tf ban ifranotaeo 

\7t^j3a.KTTJEJXD, 

....AT..., 

McDANIEL'S THEATRI 

CDETINSE, niUki.VO. 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOME 

sssrTalent going East will find it to their adra . 
tage before leaving California to correspond wi 

J. UeDAKI£L t 
mr9 Look Box No. 1. Cheyenne, Wyominr, 

GEORGE MA-YES, 

DEALER IN OYSTKRS, CLAMS __ 
and* II kinds of SHELL FI8fl,K3 
SUdaNos. 40, 41, 4», California ^k 
jlark«t, entrance on California street. ~ _ 

Pabllo or private pArtlas aod families anppli 
rrom 6 A.M. to 12 p. m. Ladies' and Gentlemai 
O/a'er Room open from c ijk. to 13 p.ar *le37b 

CLAY-STKEE 

RIOINC ACADEMY, 

83V Clay Street, co 
Btocfcton. 

Thic is the meet elera 
ard com medio ob Eidl 
Academy In tbe city ; on- 
day and evening. Parti 
nhir attention r n *d 
g beginners. __ dt26-lBl 

A. MARSHALL A BETY, Proprietors 

THOS. W. BREE & CO., 

GOLD and SI1TER PLATES 

^9 UAHTJFACTUSERB 
^ —AMD— _„ 

^^T BEPA1IE1S 

^T drurisTbanjos, 

^&r —AMD- 

BRASS FOUNDERS & FINISHER 

■sa-LeKons given on the Banjo and Dram. *4 
MISSION STOEET. between Firet and Second, 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo -Banjos for ft 
•saionals always on hand. UlMf 

CANDIES ! CANDIES ! 

Manniaotnres every deacription of 
CAWDU8, Wholesale and IZetulI. 

£18 Kesxtfy St., between Sacramento and Oal 
fornla, and 1*1 Second »treet, between 
Minna iod Natoma. noLi 




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SIX X. 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE 



CALIFORNIA THRATR1. 



BELLA UNION THEATBE 



OPERA RIGHT. 

LA FAVORITA ! 

REMMEL3BURC SISTERS 






INEZ FABBRI 

LEONORA Dl C U 3 M A N 

tinrrr* at. cm* «i o» > * . . 

'wml ..UnUBIO 

Conductor. Prof- Mulder-Fobbrl 



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ii act riasT. 

(.raait DlTortlMemonl, 

Burnt** tr 

• OPHIA AMD BETTY REMMELSSURC 

»o« lull Cix ao >aLat. 



IX Ml KB00JD. 

OrAUd X»»«i do Doux 

1/ IV. IZHMLIBUBO SISTERS u« Car,, do B.ll.t, 



prices or ADMISSION. 
Iiiii M. •■ •■< sio 

I..... < trol. • ■* Oriktil.*. *1 CO 

Mali.a,. &•€>«!• 

K.**r..a „.JM Deal, rx.r. 

O.tl.. I <5C*il« 

l«UMtl>iil«r«d oo S.t.rd.v on 1 8a, dor from 10 

i -. c o ., P. U. 

(.HAS. Still TZ... Business Manager 



ftAIAD 0UEEN1« 



REMMELSBURO SISTERS, 

■opttiA. f\ r«j i_> dbttt. 
aaL'JL.lL. liJ MA.nilD e^ATJC>V.."Vll>J" 

SAM oat \\iV. 

THE WONDERFUL GIRARDS, 

• lOSHBOIi, JCIjIEN, EVtlljF, 

In Their Saltatorial Gymnastic Tolly called Leg-Mania. 

PROF. O'REJARDOIV, 
Wonderful Tumblcronican Performer. 



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In IInli- — im-Illntr L)o.il>1<- Trn|ifjr 






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To. B.-»« . "I ..■ 

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AIM wtkk Ika ImuNi Ui 

ir> Aomi ....Fred ril«*M 

5b Bmp* ft - m, int 

laSMfM i"«»i Mm*— 

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TBI NAIAD QT'srn ...Tb« r*t*px «r l.iit i ft n 
■ » 1. lb* f»?irit. ot |b* Qu«. ..... 

ID* \ A MiW«,>BUitr«d of ■li'.iippi 

AMI'tllBKO ... A dwuf inbabt Id* lb* R 



iMMonTAiie. 



miiiii.i :ioism« dak »; muokk a hha ¥ 
(•■i' «••» w ■*■•■•. K '*••••■ 

■Mj« ■tAft.WltTOI K««f »ro* .. ■ SlUble All »e-la* 

I bale- K.lerllaH. r***f*r OarrtlMt 



Motii'r , AtusJuif. Sarle 



ill *-eeo. •t'V | i» 



-:•* PR"t<IOi. %MK l.X. ***JD3. M.>8Ju* J. alA.N'LEY. ¥. 



SiANLKY', l»KLM«"rk».»T. MAG HK Mt>RP..T tad oibvr* 



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Niokereoa 



JAPANESE TOMMY. 

AM 



Sanaa 



»n\ Oaatlk. h<»«t. 31 — Tb> La ha Berg. 8nd*U- -.rem ea the Back* or 
-.• Haiaa and Natal'-. Httl Mollci »r ike €"■ nI Urott*. inlroaaclrg lie 



.•■•■yii. >!>■>**. hi of Moesory and iDcldentM 

ACT I B a-watM.— GOTH 
(b« Khla . S**e« Uh.-I'i 

K-Wm-'.h- |*lll<-i • 1 •■ .ir,in.1 r..l.li- _ 

Act II. Peaaa lab— ■ hi PnKain: CAvmy H toe M -Tha Stalactite llailU of l.nrl.-l Prof. O'Rpardaa 

la hi- H'oMf fa! TajatB P**rfaraaa«p« i.nnr. ..n I II .rrv • lark, \*> ..,\ \ r , fn I) i.~ 

Traaex*. 6 rseaaa n t .llrt Wmn «« Bapajur'. HratmrUhrri M>l«ra. l*aa Se Coihn. Mttli Rtneur, 
rairli Oarp*^* H« l-t n«- r *f th« Vti*-« » T-aph*. O'l rnil l.-li rna. 

Act t.'l BAKyrrr H .i.t, ix LonullAratOf U*«rt r I , ih • naan* w II •>• tntrndacd 1b« dbw "nn!", Thf H »x and Huh 

Mj« rry, bp -I • rwnit> l> u Mir, *:«q. .*.fl. D - M— Aott-Ob*Dab>r In tb* Uaktla. b0-a» bj — Tb* «,rr«t»l Oh*K>- 

b-r »>■«■ -»i.n <h* Rbm*. I^i-Maulu .* 1 1 by the l>ltnnt< etvtiit 4t3.— GotMo ObAiatir. Hcan>> Hb — UiUfiim »d 

tr»nd **t>* >c;jyyini ti« •utndtptb of to* tttc«.> Orand AC .i«S of Ike Amtx«n< anl W-trllke TnIi- 

I - . 11 

A-tIV. Point lit.— laV-rJorW tb« 0»«t'». Bc«ne L*»t .— Tb» C*ttl«. Aopri»«b of Ida Amwoni apoo tba 0»ailc. Th» 
Nalsd Qaaaaaotqiartaal for.rirM. T»*> Csnln Kitaath-U. Ilnmr of t*>^ Natudi|a«co. 

8PNDAY ITIT1KO, JiDimrt lltl, fouit^i Opart Night. "LA FATOBITA 1" Whaa tho RR.UEL^DCSQ 
B1STIB8 and the C>rpa deBalHt will apptar. by ice klod permisjio of Mr. Uartoo Dill. 



.. f,«ara llrrraa 



To oonclad' with t^e UajtbaM* 8i I b of I ia 



Paiar Pip'i Man Aboot Ttwn. 

Orl«n'l> tihortout 

i ajai] ■• Haarp, 

Jotb »«»da 

.!-*• I'.ltur* 

Yircala bb.itcat.... 



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J •mai* H.'ii • 

Inirmj Rra* 

, rnd K lobhf 

W. ll.rrr 
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Eoftagfd ad d will ibor It airipr, ti« baauti nl »pacU1ty 
AitLtte and Hcrlo-CoBlo Voitl.ti 

MXS8 AIjIOB KOSiB 

Alio. 1 16 eco»Dl Ic CoxaiUn and 0>ml) Blazer. 
MR- BX). MTJRHAT. 






Charles R. Peters & Go. 



REAL ESTATE AND COMMISSION 

1ST AUTIIHH 'JBANCIICB. AU0TION. »tc. 

No. 4051 California St., 

Opp«.lu B.ok af Oahloroli. 
Roloroa... .or p.-.jj wbo hi. hid ba.inM 
« lb ai. to Eu Intent, u. Ntw York toi *l.r- 
wh.r. lot tblm-two io*r». 

No Hiwi to lot or K au [collided. 

Mo D.ob'fal Title. WooUd. 

Shall bald a I if go Aao'loo S.lo Id H»r or Juno— 
load la loot ptepotty aft*r Fobmary l.t. Hold oa 
to.oar Raal Rit.ta aatil aftor Jfarcli l.t; I will 
■how )aaa raarkot lor II, .ed a naw.tilo of Root 
b'.U butna.0. !..S-li» 



.ajuumi"*- 

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P»'tn 



HOT "SCOTCH 

f» A. L O O N 8 , 

138 Sutter Street, 

And 336 Bush Street, 

>A0H flr.1.1- 'l «••» IIUIIK1 1'IIOM 
KIAKM "rKEP.r. 

A.J.J. Drinlis 
lO Gts. 

HOI ft COLD WHISKY PUNCH 

A SPECIALTY. 
Hot Clam Chowder Erer y Night 

J. D. RKIG03, I BHIGIIS 4 TOPPING. 
Proarlator of Uw Propnotora 01 

Bcutsr-StrMt fialoia. Bo.b-3tr*«t Salooo. 
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ANNINO'. OYSTER GROTTO 

IB P>NX S . li-low KBARNT. 
aoO far tiod-o. and Qontlomoa. 

| Manning Pan Roast 

la NEW aad iba Most D.llolooa Di.b in tba 
I Or. tor lino. 

Pavteut^Lpjollecl ror 

A. W. KtNKIXCV Proprl.l.r. 

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CENTRAL 




HOT DRINKS 

....TOR. .. 

Winter ^feather. 

SACK, P o » a E X X, 

MVI.l.JEft WI.M'.N, Etc 

SPIERS & POND, 
422 SACRAMENTO 8TKEET, 

Oni Daor b'low aSaniom?.) 

LTJNCH. 

A NEW 1:11.1a, OK FARE f-.VRRY DAY. 

Tba Propnatiri ef the npi.r< Al'.nd hara par- 

ci*e»d from 

A Miri'iAK WHITES 

Oa (.■•tronomr, 

Threr-llDDdrrd and Twelve Bll li of Fare 

Caloal.tcdto meat tba watti cf 

ONE THOUSAND PERSONS. 



y/Vt'WV DAY IW TUB TfFAR. 

Soup, Fl"h, Entrees, Joints, etc.. 

At eikraa oM>ck precUi If. 

41S Siornmf nto Slreat. ono door below Saoeome 

deS-lto 



"t::e villa," 

At tbo Naw 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tbe IbiililirK batfnn jnat boon oomplctad, is 
■ow thrown oo'-n to 'bo pabi'o Tbe hoaae is ela- 
f -.ntlj lorDistted. and hat 

lTou:c Public Parlorn, 

— AND— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

The whola belnKboUl, o^t Ilk* a poblio hotel 
bat aa it it ono*«d. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"Tbe Villa" ia located at the lait or oorth-frest- 
em Kit* of tba Park. 

Rpicureau BrrakfAatf, I inoora and Sapper* 
prspstnd on tbe ihortest notlee. 

GUOIO MANGEOBERG & CO., 

PSOPRIETORS. Join 



CHRISTMAS CHEER. 

THOMAS P. WALL, 

....or inc.... 

Cosmopolitan Sample hcoms 

No io'iiiuu siBcrr, 
Baa 1 .Id la a .plondrd .took of LIQUORS 

For the HOLIUAYi- ! 

Jim!«ion's Harrowbone-'.ano Dlit.Ueifl Dobtla 
Wbiky. ex eblp i:a<unold».: (.Jloolivat Sioicb 

Whiokj : Doul »Mtill- 1 old K •. b'tvpoa Uie- 

tiller. Pillvbtirtr: Gninne'*' X<X Dublin Mout; 
Hiiif." H irt-jD ."(.If Ali\ .All etiinpleei to oeots 
llol Mcolch dz, Irlih Whl»U| 1, » be >off»e. 
<UI7 

AUSTRALIA AND NEW Z^flLAHD 

SA-TjOOKT. 

NC. flSU NACKAUi:.Vro STREET. 
Known oe tho OHI0AGJ BGUR D^POT. 

CEORCE B AUSTIN, 

HAVING PURCHASED HIB AB 'VE, WILL 
bo Pl»i>e-d to meet Bit old AUS JRVLI ANN 
an 1 Niav 7, '.AI.A>'l>hK', Ibelr friends -»nd ott- 
lz>n' caDer*ll ,who aro unio^d ef a heart* *■!- 
com*, and noud ch »r. llol' LU>Ull «P rj* d y. 
FKEK AND HASY evury Kalnrdfly ttveniiw at 8 
o'ciook. Mm -i Us* Pmnlst. ja'2-lm 



X*. J. GATELY, 

Formerly of tba 

"SUNBURST SALOON." 

Xi to be foand at 

Bts Sew Snmpla Boom-. lOlB Market 

■tr«etl oppoelle Flfih. 

■bS- Hie old frleode and tbe poblio aeoarally will 
a d bare tbe uboiccit bracda of LIQUOKb and 
CIGARS. j^.Jm 



MILITARY GOODS 

r.AJTD. .. 



GOLD ANO Sll 

TRII 

aii Hn* m 



SILVER THEATRICAl 
TRIMMINGS, 

.Kara 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

ANIl 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

C'Jfl WARH1NUTOV ST.. 

OoUb-lewK-a-oey. t*Kl0at) , 

KKDUUKD. Bi»iba. 15 oftita. 

Shnvins, 2A oeata. Hair 0oU 

tine, 2ft cents, Stinnpioio-;. It* 

cenu. MoOluuted Batbs. JOHN GKIUF. 



To the Unfortunate. 

BR, OIUHOVI l>I«rP.NSART. 

no. «sa kaarny sTRksr. oon- 

aer of (.ommorcial. 8*0 Kn.noi'CO 
! ii r\^ce on (Jammo'Cial street. haUb- 
liabed Id 18M, for ibe treMmaot aad 
oore of all diaeaaca of tbn arinary ar<-' 
aenorntive o gitis, and all pbyelcal 0.<n 
aitmua or waakoeea cooeequeiit npoa the error* 
or iRnoraaco «f tne aoxe*. .^kln diaeaa*' {->i yeara' 
atsno'iDfi) a d ulo'raiod le«a •ncueaatolly treated. 
T; - h «n 1 'beatflict.d anould not fail to call 
npon n'tu. Pb* L'outor baa traveUd eitenalvnti 
:..', nnd ibapnotcd thoroughly tbe virion* 
bo<pit»U tni.ro. obtaining a (treat deal ct valuable 
ii.fr-irra ition, wincb He i+ otn patent to Impart to 
tboae in need of bta aeivicea. Dr. Gibbon wil. 
make on ch run ooleci bo etT-ota a core. Addrea* 
DR. J. V. OlliBO.V, Box iHftT, ^an fc'naolaua. 
,:.-u 

POSTERS, 

Prograram.a, and all klad. ol Printiog for 

SHOW. URCrTJKE lOJI'FRr.Tni 

lIBCund liail-i HAKilllUI, 

»T LOW RATES, BT 

IS. TJ*. JSteretrt, 

S»» OI..1Y STRKKT. mbl 



GO TO THE WINDSOR 



B00TAN0SH0EST0HE, 

0O5.S Harktt Mr. • t. 

Near Fifth. 

Tho Largett afSortmoDt f r Geota, 

Ladies aad Ghtldrin, 
at the Lowiet P/ioes. ji.S-lra M 



L 



319 BUSH STREET, 

ALH'MBRA HOUSE. 



_ ijcat'1. near all t'.e p Laclpjil lluteli. i 
Rostaarant and pWcce o' Atnuacment, | 
Strang'*™ can tind koo' 1 , crjiufortable, ple:is- 

Ltand elesaot to mm at rea onable prices. 
oSlt-tt 



CANDIES. 

\I.L KJNDli OB THE FINEST OANDi 
made at oar dtaam Candy Paotory daily. AL' 
trd&rs. eapecially from tbe ooauiry. axe aot1ol«at* 

^,nd will ba promptly attended t*. 

CANTY A WAONSR. 
aoalS 1*T Wnnti/omarp "t_ ne«r Hattar 



LEAKY ROOFS, 

Tin, Asphaltum, or Bos- 
ion Mastic 
HEPAIRED. 

Bond ord«rrf to H. G F1SEE, 
809 itarlt t B'roul. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And i olleire nTM edlclne. 



PabllO DAY AND MOUT, al KUKEKA HAH 
B tS Montgomery -.treat. FOB MEN ONLV-. 

•V DU. JOBDAN'B PRIVATE! OFFICE U at Sll 
Gi-ary atreet lovpositaold Mecbaniga' PaTllion). 



Tahoe 
Billiard Ball 

CUAH. L STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Between California and Plae. 
Tbla iluaal BM0r>. haa la'*ly bo«oenlarg*d, and 
DOW conlMtn A new Beval Unite. Tbe beat I. Ignore 
and Ulgarit at tbe B«r. Fit* largo finely fornlabad 
rooma, for clcba aad prlTila paitiea on their own 
termaaod nlp>. ]«7-Jia 



JHE CUFF HOUSE. 

ROARING OCESW!" "SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, H10SSTER SEA L ONS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners aad Suppers. 

GKINO YOUR IVIfKl 

DItINC llll'll FAKU.T1 
BRIMS YOVR HUT FRIENDS 



Golden Gate, 

Who afl.xit of wbite-wlnptd mo.«.BKora .ntariof 
from orerr part of t he ooturacrd.l world. 

ora-Notr Moo Bn.,»8, cooo.ctina wllh Stroot 
Oar. at l.onn Moaotrlo ov.ry IS ulaut«o bor.otlar 
ml Homo Jil-t! 



R. ME N D EZ, 

No. 19 Cqaiy Stroot 

H.EJU LION, 

FKKKANII EAHY erery 
Batnrday aveolne: at 8 o'clock. 
Beat w, n «e and L'qdore. Tba 
'0:d3p»'t" will altrava be on 
band 10 in ift bia frleLds. 

jn22 




The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Either California or Eastern Oveteri, 
Oooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'S, 

btalle 67 t B8 and 09 California Mtrkot 
Mntranoe on Pine Street,) 
aaV* Faoiiiles and Reetanraote aupplicd at abort 
notice. 



TIIKATltr, MIN4TUFL AMD MAS- 

QVrBADR UIQllllKHKMS 

WSOLKHAIX 

Tight*. Pad*, Mailfqnin, Clftwn and Anlma 
Dreonur, Mask-, tipm glie, and Geld and blUar 



l/IXDDfr, avilt 

Trimtniofia. 

roK 



Cp'l'KIISa IIU'J Ijriu ■"« Ol" 

NAllIA.N JOUKPH A CO., 
«A1 Clay Street. 



d, 17-1 in 



J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

Cor. ■•**-«>••■. and Teb'dnu •irr*t«- 

rl'erraplo uomtantly oa aaad. 
fOlfltera In ernry si 'Me. PRIVATE 
fcSUPPKR ROOMS FOR PARTI W. 
deo3l-tf 



FRED. EATZ, 
BEEF AMD FORK 

BUTCHER, 

Italia » A is 1— Oa'a. Market. 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS. OLAHS and all kiodaj 
of Shall Flab, biail e» Ualtfornlaf 
Market. Ban Franirtawo. tp*n Day 
and WighL Ferniliaa, Pnbl- J and Prl- 



& MISS N. SCULLY, 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSER 

Has RamoTud to 
81 4 WASHINGTON ST., 
Four doora balow Stockton atra* 
Hairtrork of all Deaoriptiona made U- order 
Obargea moderate, jail Int- 




Philadelphia Restaurant. 

0HAS. T. BERG0LD, proprietor. 



THE 0BO1GEBT MEATS AND 
Vegetables, Board by the waad. 
AOS PINE NTREKT batwaao Kearny 



.tsi V •.•**«* *"**»- 



«Sk 



WELCHMEN AHOY. 



jg*IC 5r A. 3^ O ." 

- (OfBf AX O* AM032«BITi , &. 
oUihed e»«ry D*r In toe Vow bj 



SS« M-rr^nnt anil 53ft Wnihlngtoa St* 
Bale* Montgomery, R*o franciao--*. 



FRIDAY JANUARY 9, 1874 



Tweed's Position. 

Tw ei baa been appointed Assistant Or- 
derljiu the penitentiary hospital. The New 
York Ban caye: Tweed cheerfully accepted 
tbe position, and received bis iDBtruclione 
meekly. Tbo hospital is on the fourth fli r* 
and runs I'jg fall length of one of the Urge 
wioga. Two rows of cola extend through tl e 
roim, and in the canter is a great stove. 
There are two desks, several caBes of mf di. 
cinea, and large quantifies of baodtges and 
lint. Seventeen patients occupy cors, and to 
them Tweed in to minister. The chief or- 
derly i-i a well educated young man, of good 
family. He wau sent to the, penitenti-ay for 
stea'iog and selling a railroad ticket btlmg- 
ing to a TennsylvaDia company, entitling 
the holder to passage from Philadelphia to 
Ban Francisco. He baa four months yet to 
sarve. The physician gives instructions to 
this orderly, who tells Twted what to do. 
Tweed, 'it is mid, has already taken Hiking 
to theyouoe man, aud they are thought to 
be very agreeablj companions. Although 
Tweed is not si active ae a younger or thin- 
ner man might be, yet be show* a di&pofi" 
t ju to do well what is required of him, and 
handles the patients with cure, removing 
old bandages and putting on new one*, nmi 
admiui*tiring medicines 88 though use! to 
the work all hiB life. He has a de?k where 
he occasionally writes. The orderly yester- 
day said be wau much phased with Lis as- 
8-ifllant. He and Tweed find opportuoity 
frequently to sit by ihe stove, tcaat their 
tDes, and discuss the topics of the day. They 
are not deprived of reading matter and can 
keep themaelvea well informed. It will be 
necasairy for Tweed to arise at half-past 6 in 
the morning, and there may be occasions, 
the Warden says, when he will have' to &tay 
up all night attending those under bis csre. 
Common prison fare, unless the physician 
prescribes something better, will be provided 
for him. 



Taking Up a Collection. 

The Boston Conrier say&: At one of our 
publio bulla laat week, a man stood at the 
door saying, "Umbrell&e, please." To each 
one who gave him an umbrella he passed a 
numbered ticket. When last seen this indi- 
vidual was disappearing around a corner 
with some twenty umbrelaB of all sizes and 
conditions over bis left shoulder. 

An Bar far Music. 

Mistress (nndiug the housemaid for the 
third time hanging about the drawing room 
door)— "Mary, what are you here listening at 
the door for? Haven't you any work?" 
Miry— "Oh, if you pleas'm, I don't mean 
no 'arm— It's that eviugiy music I" [N. H. 
— The mao was tuning the panio.J 



A Sociable Man. 

Orjo of the charges for which an artillery 
officer was recently cishidred, specific;! that 
on a certain occasion he entered a store iu 
Bitka, Alieka, and seating himself on tte 
floor beside an Indian equaw, took her pipe 

nd smoked it. Such conduct was consid- 
ered unbecoming an officer and gentleman. 



Important to Smokers. 

Ptw men In Sin Frtncl-co are aware t^ut 
he enterprising firm of Kahn A Hiss are em- 
ploying white f^mslea labor In the manufac- 
ture of tlielr Cigar*. The very bett mat -rial is 
as; d 1 i this eitabllahmen'. 0*11 and coti-rfnoe 
yourself r.t 7TS Market street, between Third & 
Fourth "street. Finest brands Havini Cigars 
constantly on hand. 11-t 

£>o rs;>c S3 u ii or irom corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Gems, Bun- 
ions, Olub and Ingrowing Neils, can find instant 
relief by t\ vising at Dr. B, H. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, 310 Kef.ra j street, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 
s*«*k from experience, haying tested the Doc- 
terN capability. Eeferencos «ivec If required, a 



Ox*. Donerty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
ehronlo and ep'ecifio practice, and bb each U 
now the most suoccaaful of any Physician u. 
Ban FrtvEOlaoo. Office 619 Sacramento etreet, 
corner of Leldeadorfl, % fey floors o»low What 
fjbwr Horn* T 



Do Tonr Beaf. 

Henry Ward Beecher preBobeu the very 
best kind of morality, and it is for tbii res. 
son, that extracts from nil eermons are often 
transferred to the olnonneof Figaho. Here 
is one of hia recant uU.ranc s which should 
be read and considered by eve 

"Many a mm who ta fighting against his 
lemperameut dow, when the all-revealing 
light of resurrection comes, will thark God 
for theatruggl). You aro worse than you 
think— and bettor. In the household do not 
b discouraged, ihoogU I know that every 
family has its skeleton closets— its wounds 
that do not bleed, but ache. Don't Lurry 
God. It is sometimes a long way tl at He 
travels wl en He come* with His best gifts. 
Oh, sorrowing fatberl Oj, heart-broken 
mother! Your child is a wreck; but when, 
in the other life, God lays her in your arms, 
and sty*, 'Your work eavtd her!' you will 
have your reward. The work that (Jh.ia- 
tians do in Bociely U to tar above human 
oomprebeueion that nobrdy should be im- 
patient. Don'igiveup. I think the most 
affecting story levtrheard, is that of the 
man who went to preach to the olives in 
tie West Indies and found tl em lobeteastb- 
He C3ol-J get no accjsa to their Leadj or 
htaris. 8j he sAi himself to their mas- 
ter, waa drivea to the fielda with them- 
worked with th^ro, w^s lashed as they were 
lashed, and all fjr oppirluiily to preach 
to them. When ho died bis work seamed so 
email— bi small; ye 1 : sa long as the woild 
lasts there will be men t » tell of him. Do 
not grow weary. Die by your flag, but nev- 
er 8u.re1.d3r. Stand— w^it. Your work 
seems poor to you, but r:c'i to the Master. 
Enlarge your horizon, and lemembfr tbat 
overall, aud in all, God is' working too- 
Iu tears, in sorrow, in degradation, iu d alb,' 
tho children of Qui nay find lie premoni- 
tions of victory. Hold on— h<ld f>B'I And 
when he comes, we may become something 
likeunjo Him." 



A Smart Doilyo. 

Waggles haia pretty bid hoi Be, and b e 
wanted to b:-11 him and s:-ll the buyer. Thia 
was bis plan: He fed the horBe "high" for 
a fortnight and gave the fcejBt no exercise, 
and then having stopped a polioeman near 
a convenient corner, he put the Lorse into a 
perfect frenzy of excitement and managed 
to pasB the polioeman twice at a rus'ing 
rate. True, tbe hores m aily died from over- 
exertion, bnt WaggleB gaiced his object, 
waa arrested for f-at driving, aud having 
p :id Lis fine Bold I is hoise on the notoriety 
of bis arrest for ten times tbat animal's 
Va'uo. The policeman expects a silver moun- 
ted revolver. 



Iiwrt Him Tlieiv. 

"Be careful how you drink, cr you'll 
wesU the color from your cheek* 1" stida 
gentleman, at a fashionable party, as be 
banded a glass of water to a larjy. "There 
is no daDger of ycur aver taking water 
enough to remove tho color fromyoar facel'» 
was the good-natured retort. She rather 
had him though. 



Certainly Not. 

A "reader' in New Britain veiy truthfully 
and indignantly asserts tl at no woman, 
however nervcus shs may be, baa a rinnt to 
wake her husband from a sonnd eUep to tell 
him on his inquiring what is the matter) 
"Nothing, .only I wanted to kcow if you 
were awake." 



A. Pleasant .Location. 

Persons desiring cox'ertable lodgings In a 
Oentral location, ehcuU visit the Alhambra, 
and lnap?ctthe fine gqltefio! rooms to let there 
The bntUlUff is a verv fine one and li well 
llgbtod £33 ventilated. . 



Tlio M;illiu«o f x-ixlt Store 

Keep* the chrlo<st varhtke Ol donteatlo 
and import, d fruit j, J4llie>, confectionary eic. 
and B'lla at the low-tt r ter. Faro, htslthy 
Apple Older, Tosh from the press every day. 
Mo. 109 Bash street, one door above Kearny. If 

Beaily Obolce Clf-ar 
Can cuilv 'e olttsined at the Oriertil Cl.ar 
Store, 229 Bash St. ( ppoiit < M rjan;ile Library, 
where th3 very floe-t Havana clears and Tobac- 
co are always on hand. 12-d 



Dental Work. 

Fo. FlKESt QCaUXT ov wobe, go to T. 0. Jes- 
eup.dentlbt, cor. SutUr ind Moaigomery, over 
Tncker't;. 3-u 

Special .» Ladles. 

For dre*£mi^Jng in a]l its branches and the 
latest stylos, call on Mrs. J. J. Walker, at S10 
Post street. Terms reasonable, 3 Oj 



frsihand ^ eel. 

Far the best ixmfectlonery, *•> to Out? and 
Wagner's. 107 Moa tgoatsry St- n w Satten M 

GLOVKS-OiflSDisd and dyed by a new prooees, 
at BITOW'S. 15 Poet street. 8s 



The Young niein from the Bast. 

" I'm ft btranger in IMj cl-y, 
I'm lately irom tbe East, 
And mighty fond of oynteri ; 
Wbtre can I pttafeast? 
I've be<n to all the restaurants, 
Bnt nowhere could Inud, 
A pluto of Ka tern oytters, 
Of tbo old-fathlonea hind " 

" Well, I can tell jou," Baid M» frlt-nd, 
"Eiac'ty where to ^o, 
And wh* re to get jour oysUrx, 
Direct from wbere tney prow 
Just lake a f troll down PINE STBEET, 
A' 110. l-elow ihe Marttt, 
You'll i.f e a sign, 'TBE SADDLE BOCK,' 
Ton can't f-il to remaik It. 

" EmerFon C' rville ke*-p8 the place. 
i he bfMt t-aloou In town, 
Th. ra yoo *an get your 07Sier.< raw, 
Or fried so crisp and Drown. 
Ho'b the l-.rgttt oyster doalt-r 
On th- ParlUc Coa t 
^nd thav he letips tbo 'resbest 
Has tver been hi-- boa&c 

" HVu got nice llttla privsfe rooms, 
Where you can (it at eawo. 
And eat your Oi iforai* stew, 
Or EoBte-n If y< u please. 
-'. 1 tho yonnK wn-n of I -th!ou go 
xllgbt to tbe SADDLE ROCK, 
To tat their BABT2BM 01STIR3 
And drink their Rheutxh hock." 

Tile Art of JDarit^iie: antl Z>e- 
portm«nr. 

T lose who appreciate culture will be glad to 
learn that ProIeeBtr C. H. Lest.r baa opened 
an Academy for the purpoee it t aching, not 
only dancinr, bnt thofo graces of deportment 
without which no en© can ehine In eociety. Piof, 
Lester is a thorough mset^r of bis art, one of 
the beEt on thia tide cf tho Rooty Mountains. 
O.assot are held at C-ratd Ottral Ha!t oa t' e 
con er ol Sixth and Maaktt treets on Mocdaye 
and Thursdays, 

Go Where tlxe ** Woonblne ** 
Twinoth 
And partase cf the Inxr.rlfs tl be found 
there. The bei t of teaFonable hot panche 
of allktuds, "wondeiful" Intel e, every dny 
and nltht Private par'ora, Efnthm»tiy Ir.-at 
ment by tie proprittor of the "Wcodblne." 
Geo. (.'oil IB, No. 1 Mo'ton ttrett, one doer 
from the grs:t thtrjughfuo— Kearny street. 
Call I labh 

Remembrr the place to buy flri'-cliss butter, 
ecga and cheese, la So. 72 and 73 California 
Market. i2v 

Oar butter and cheese we bougtt at Ohap- 
man's,172 ani 73 Oaltfornla M*rk t, and pro- 
nounce it superior to any in the m tie*, 12v 



Ceorlii Sausages. 

An elderly lady recantly visited the stall 
of t k ie mott jr.vlal butcher in Oentral M*r_ 
ket, and pokiog her finger* ausptcously ioto 
iresb, clem sansago meat, Slid the wonli 
likei SJmo saunage if s':e could be sure Ihere 
w.^re no doge ground u? iu ir. The fleahe r 
a^Bured her that there was not a particle of 
dog in his satisage meat. It was made, be 
il<cliiud, under his owu supervision, from 
meU be killed and dre.-Brd with his own 
hinds, and not an ounce of dog meat adulter- 
ate 1 it. He >rad so honest and firm in his 
declaration tbat the woman believed him, 
and ordered three pounds of the meat. Ae 
the butcher was weighing it she asked wh-.t 
did he make hu eausage meat of? "Cits, 
ma'am. "ho anewered cheerfully, "nice young 
cits. Not an old, tough cat among them. 
\ r«i»e ny own cats and kill them whi^e 
th y're youag and tender. You may de- 
pecd '"I tiis sutsige being the pure oat." 
Up to (lat^, from the beat evidencj wa have 
been able to obtain, tbe old lady hasn't 
had a tausago this year. 



A Reflection on McShane. 

The editor of tbe Oonrier-Jonroal faai hia 
own ideas as to what a thing is worth. He 
sayt: "A man shot a woman in Washington 
City the other day, fjr a claim of twenty 
en's. We bate to deal har&bly with an eri- 
in,' fel ow-biing, but we cau'c help saying 
that ihe man who would shoot a woman for 
feaa than $1.50 is probably not ihe Ohriitisn 
KenU-mian lifi ought to be." We don't think 
a man ou^hr to ehoot a man or a woman for 
less than $20. Three dollars is the dent 
whic'i makes an attempt at homicide justi- 
fiable iu San francitco. 



Fighting Their Way. 

L zzie* and Lydia Taylor, five years ego, 
eite ed tte rrBca of the Charlotte, Miob., 
Republican as compositurs. They afierwards 
WdQt into the Btttle Creek Journal offise, 
aud aince that time they have earned from 
eight dollars to twenty dollars per week. 
Fromthfir (arniogs they have supported- 
their mother, as housekeepers, have lived 
w. -It, bought a piano, taken music l-ssor-s, 
given one hundred dollars toward the budd- 
ing of tbe Biip'ist church at Battle deck, 
and Lav? saved twelve hundred tMIare. 
They are unmarried. 



A London Bohemian Club. 

"The BohemianB," is the name of anew 
cl'ib fir the use of authors, aoors and paint- 
ers, which is to he established in London. 
A clubhouse has been seeured east of Wel- 
lington street on tbe south tide cf the 
Strand, 



J. VogBl «y &; Uroa. new Candy 
Store. 

At 29 Second etreet near the G-ani Fo'el, is 
without doubt the most etegant Oacdy t-t?re In 
he city, end tbe orr.wJt cf ladles who patronize 
It openly declare their admiration, < f tie cosiy 
aid magnificei t appoii tmei.t- of t'.estcre, and 
praise the qnallly of the candies sold there. 
The supply of fancy boxes, corauoopias Oh.tst- 
mai tree trlmm 1 .' ts, and French confectionary 
f r the bolidny tradt will >>e unrivalled 130 



-Bats* Goods. 

Tbe ohespeat placs ia tbe city t) buy Hnrasn 
and Imit t on I air goodj", Tjys, Dolt*, Klbbons 
etc., is the New York store 110 Second street. 
Agency for hair Ella: good", mtcfeof pure silk 
No branch stores. G-oode s nt, O. D, The 
N wYorBit>re haebjen eitablletea tor yeare, 
tnd is :he leading one in the city, 



Mow I Made S'-iO. 

By buying my bed-room set of furnitnre of 
J. A. Siab-r & Oo., 707 Markitsre t two doors 
r.-orn Third. They n«ll Fnrniiure 20 per cent, 
cheap r than any other dealers. I tried fiem 

all. 12h 

» - 

Me. L. jAUJ.wTrB, No, 240 Kearny street, 
New and Second-Hand Ololhiog. of all descrip- 
tions, bought and sold. Store closed on Sat- 
urday until 6 P. M. jr 

Watches, Jewelry £tc, 

Of every description, at the very lowest prices 
at H. A, Callenuor's N. W. corner of Second and 
MisaioD BtreetB. Wat«bea carefally repaired. 8P 

Max Bachcrt.tho Artist;. 

(Late of Sarony's in New Tort, ) now with 
Bradliy & Bnlufeon, la Issuing his Elite Por- 
traits. L 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WATCH MAKER, AND DEALER IN 
Wa tbea. O.oekB, Jawvlry, SIItst 
ani Plited Ware. Mnonfactnrer of Fiwt- 
Solid Jawelry. Also. D amond Setter. 
Third and Market Sts., ATo. 5* aucica* 
lintel, San 1'mni'Uci). 
93T Watchea Repaired at the lowest ratoe.and 
warranted tor one year. j-.7 2m 



ART ASSOCIATION. 

OPES^G OF 

1VINTEB EXHIBITION. 

11HE GALLERY OF THE SAN FRANOISOO 
. Art Aseooi8t<oo.S18 PINE STREET, < B now 
oppn to trie puMi^ djily, from 10 A M. to 5P, m., 
and from 7 to 10 p. v. 

A splendid col'eolien of 

CASTS FROM THE ANTIQUE 

I-> on exhibition for the flr- 1 time, embracing many 
of the mos; fimoa* Greek Stataee and Parthenon 
Filize R;-l evoe. Alto mora tbtn 

One ttMndreU Orlglnul Olt Fainting*, 

Including tbe celebrated piotare by Jacob*, of 
••SAMSON AND LELIIAa," 



Attention, Good Lirers! 

MR. P. BERGES, FORMERLY 
proprietor of tbe lllDers' Bea- 

tftorant, bat taken thx* manaKoment 

of both the Minors' Res. anr»nt 

Oommercial street and the Mine-_ 

Branob on Market atreat. Oar Bills of Far* 

jmb^M all tbe delicacies of the eeaeon. On: 

motto ia "Good Vare, Good Gookinc and Zlc J»-« » 

Ohaxga*.'* 

P. BKBQXI A CO. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

tSl and US Oommoreiai C -- 
7«» Market atrsM. 
Opttn MDiSAJLtOlO pja. a*iS-tf 



NEW GOODS 




THE 

CHEAPEST HOUSE 
AMERICA/ 

IS THE 

GREAT 
I X L 

AUCTION STORE 
6I8KEARNY ST. 

iCOR.COMNIERCtftl 



Business Conducted on Fair 
and Honest Principles. 

O Itf 3E3 3E=» H. I O IP . 



S. F. and 3. P. JB. R. Co. 
CHANCE OF TrnJIE 

TH£ CHEAPEST RQUU TO THE GEY3-RS. 

ON 4NP AFTER JDKK 1. 1S73, THE S1EAM 
or Ah TKLOPK, connecting*! Dcodnn.J Lwjd 
icK witb the bin Pr.oolBooA Norfn PfCtflfl R&ti- 
road Ooropany (or Olo.erdale and all inu-rojediat 
'tatione. willle.Vd San Ftanci.co dmlT tSanday. 
.(sjtopwd), from Front Btrfiet V( barf. at. 2:311 P.M. Re- 
tnrnTnff, tho train will leave Oloverdale dally at 
e:et> o'clock A.M , voonectioR at Donanne with th. 
etoimeracd arriving in Sao Fiancleco at 11:110 A.M. 
i do eteamers and cars make close connection, 
with stage, to and from all points 

No more BUKDA'S KXCJUBSI0N8 notll for- 
thor notice. _ 

On and after M ONDAY December la'. ''Steamer 
ANlTL'OPa wil' leave Fronwtrpet wharf at 2 
p. M Train srnviBga' Oioverd.ls at 7: 15 p. M. 

03T For ell information apoly at the Comeaby'fl 
office. 1.0 Mootremnr street. 

aplS PBTaR DJKAH11E. President. 



ALL GOODS WARRANTED AS 
REPRESENTED. 



New Goods Arriving Duly. 



THEUJDEST STOCK «N3 LOVJfST PBIGiS 
IF A.'.Y HOUSE II IHE CPY. 



CLOTHING, 
COARSE and Fl^E I 




The For.unate Man Who Buys his Clothing 
at the IXL AUCTION ST0EE, 




THE UNFORTUNATE MAN WHO 
DOES NOT. 



UNDERCLOTHING, ALL GRADES. 



White Shirts for th« Million. 

PAUCT ' . OOI1S, WITCHir, 

JEIBLKl, NOTIOAS, PIPES, 

PEBFrallS, 8IATIONBJ&1, 

tNOJLISH tTTLIHT. TKU1K", 

BA69, TilJSES, TOISACCO, etc. 

A FULL LINE OF 

Rubber Clothing 

PALL .SO SEi: EOS lOVBSELF 
'iHAT 



/WE Blow our 

own Horn 

i Because 

We Have 
Got A Stock" 
That will 

ADMIT IT. 



L 




IXL Auction Store, 

618 Kearny St., 

Corner of Commercial, 





flRSTPREMiUMAWARDEif 

I>r. HENLEY'S 

y 
At the State Fair, Sept. 1873 

TOE ItltLT BELIAIIl.e T.!>M 

AND RECUPERkTOR. DON'T BE MI91U0 BV 

LONG AN0 POMPOin ADVtRTIiEMENTS, 

BUT USE THE LOhG-TRIED AN3 ONLY 

Stu?e lavigorator 

KNOWN, THE UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS 

AN) IMMENSE SALE OF WHICH, FOR 

THE LAST FIVE YEARS. PROVES 

IT TO EE TH: 

KING OF ALL TONICS. 

RfiKi Ph' eioiacs' ceitiSoate uttaobai. to "aoh 
bofie. Ex mine Bivornbtu.temeL.tiof osrea effcotr- 
ed , od lil ■ ut i )i" office. 

For sale 63/ all Druggists and Liquor Dealert. 
II. KI'STEIIV *fc CO., 80 e JProprletor*> 
G'8 Froct Strret. Qt\1 



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fjR. S3 S X3C, 
Genuine, 
NEST GOODS, 
....AND ... 
ces a Liltle Belowj 
Anybody Else. 

Hub been and will bd tbe Secret 
q 1 of oar Suoceee. 

VAN SCHAACK 
&CO., 

708 to 716 Kearny St., 

(Opposite ibePl.zi,) 

TO BUYERS, 

Two Words of 
HONEST ADVICE: 

Buy 

Nowr 

"Wb en Goo4» are eo mnoh be-l 
low the co.it of production set 
tbe? are new, it it ioevit ble 

bat piices can' 01 rtmiin long; 
v/> «rn tber are. (he Eaatercl 
Mills are atopDod. Tbe approach 
of SciriQK and tbe neceatiHIea of) 
uonemnera will bnrg a di mand. 
Mannfaotnrera will be masteraof 

be situation. Gor-ds will then 
iflraccH rapiclj'. Therefore. 1 
again eay 

BUY NOW, 

And bay nbere vonr d liar will 
iricg sou mom icnoda tban io 
any otbfcr bouee in tbo State 
u leaQC look b fore jon bur at 
h* BABUAlNii new eff ired by 

IVAN SCHAACK & CO. 

ft, iraportar-t ol PRlVfSH. 

■GEMJ ME. HONK^T GOODS. 
Iu prioea a li'lle b-l»w anybody 
LlBP, 74tt K-*R\\ STKEEl', 
|(opp»ite tbe Plaza). 



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SANGER, 3SAX.LB, 

14 Oenry Street, near Keuiny. 




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D1CPOT Olf W1.VAS1I & KA.SOHE'3 

BAY BREWERY BEER. 

5 Cent, u eia... 

aolB-t> OHKIS FELDHANB. 




TURF CALLERY STABLE. 

OKITTEHDEN & DALTOlf, Proprietors 

»OB Sutter .treet Near Kearei 

BAN FRAWOISOO. 

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Hotel Fronrtl, .unetd to. 

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OPERA HOUSE. 

■ : : i^ I I 1874. 

.M^Mr, CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 

GRAND COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT 



THOMAS MAGU1RF, Esq, 







BUCKLEY'S nw VARIETIES 

MAMMOTH PROCRAMMC 
DOUBLE VARIETY COM BlIATIOH. 

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rofeaaion of the City. 

PEBA, DRAMA, 

MINSTRELS 

IL TROVATORE 



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EGULAR ENTERTAINMENT 

rta at lb* ALHAMBRA THBATRAt. 
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i'»»U AdMllltng 0»* Per •on to Flitter lion**. 
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33 B E C C A 

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JAN £3. 



In Etor G-x-ont Moug* nud Changos. 




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Tbn wbols to conduce with t v i« w. l-ld-rr-rtowtiM 



SIEGRIST BROTHERS 



THE WO.MIKB OP THE WOB1B. 



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THE SIAMESE TWIN*. 

Parka DIl H riol 1M.... tUrn**... 

Bob* •.©.<. Lm Dtim 

D. .libit* r.ilRi. H>h.|rr •nd tt'lle HI •»<■►.#. 

rowir x.»m.s i, it. 7: if. mammon 



To ron-inde with eho Moral Dmma of 

TEN NIGHTS in a BARROOM. 

Joe Mn»R«-....tb» Drunkard . ,.neorf» FoaUr 

Bull Kmor..,.i i'. Iill o.l Bat">Dboi«r.. . .... Il.rtt l"eto» 

Mr. Baxter who wanta so rfllcn \ThUt Parka 

Hi won Mid. k«vp«f ol the TiTrra Haib>r MnrUa 

frtck bUd* . hli son im-ik. Mot Maura 

How»rt iOidimI Bam Iron fiarawtlla 

Mar, Mortitio loo'a d»>I<Ebt Migtfa Krewer 

Ura. Hor|M t.i*'« wife HoMi • uForml 

Keel ol (Joaracure bj the Uoapaof. 



A 

great 

T»riety 

of 



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At (he IIL AUCTION STOI1E. No. Clg «nrt 




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KBARNY STBKET, cor. Commercial. 



iD» COMEONE! COME ALL! 

I LKi.v, O.J* fcUrftVl ,trit«t. ran HaMt nnUftad 
R«n»tir*iiJt oi.rd«. fi u«r dor.ao ; O.himi, f4 tar 
doiao. Give ti*&o«lt and w« «*• aura to [>!•»•• 
70a. W, l>. MYKi:*nd OKUKORK WIlllKtri 



rO CONNOISSEURS!! 
The CelebratedBrand 

... OF.... 

SHaMPAGNE 
CARTE DOB. 

For Ikte PnrKy of lt« qaalltt *nd the 
lehnca* of It* ftjvor It la coaaldcreol 
T Jo-irfa to be the bett 'Wine In the 
MHtrs* 

'or Sale in Quantities to Suit. 

LOCKE* & MONTAGUE, 
ole Agents for Pacific Coast, 

112 Si 114 BATTERY ST. 

•A* rBAHOISOO. d.23-1* 



alifornia Ahead of the World 



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W00LEN_ GOODS. 

rai UNDZKSIG9KD IS IN BEOEIPT OF 
B1Aak.il, FIUD.ll. Hon.-Bl.nk.tlQr. .10. 
iwl'imftl MII!i,«od will nil I. Iota to mil 
•col. •• Maw Monnoman ilnat: 
itla GEO. M. MAIM. AseDt. 



THE OLD 
Hot SOOtOH, 

1C H.rt.. IUM1. sear K«ar> r . 

Ml Drinks Ten Cents 
Mot Drlnka a specialty. 



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Single Outside Rooms, 

WITH—- 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Math*asse>»< 

AT THE 

BRANCH HOUSE» 

4*4 HANSOM E 8THEKT, COB. OUT, 

X , lfty Cents per IVlelxi 
And Less «>*• the Wnek. 



OPI5N AIjL. INTIGECT 

Api-98 L. J. SWELL, Proprietor, 




A NEW HAT STORE 

On Montgomery St. 

NORIEGA - BROS., 

PRACTICAL 

HATTERS 

628 Montgomery St,, Near Clay, 

KAN FBaUVCISCO. 

WE WOULD RKSPEOrFaLLY INFORM THE PDBLIO 
and our uaiiioraui rntront that wh tisva cp> od onr d»« 
and el«jr'.r.t ator-oo Montoomkht Stiikkt. near Llnv, where 
we will aobatnniK dor-pwa Uni.d the FIN IS I' ASSOK' MKNT 
of HATi -mil (lAP.S - v.inifr <r, ,i r,i tlio cii.i.-.^ra of the 1'aolQo 
(Jotv t, »Dd Kt or I ib which will dp fy oon.o»> itioa. 

W« *r8«l o propurad tomako to order all tha Latcbt Styles 
Of Hats »n.1 I 'n.io nn uhori. t Ol i<i°. 
OLRAN^O'odltRPAlKING t.-^lU nod prnraMlv i-nfntM 
N. B. Wo will anil oontinue oar atore at Iho rid Hand. Nn 
920 DapoLit street, whore ono be fans i our u< ml good usior'. 
meatol ROoda, and com pt ten I bait tb to att. ntl in the nmiti 
of enstomore denlme ib«re. NOHIEUA It If nw. 



MAMMOTH SALE 



I* /Su-OIJFVIO 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



J. P. BOGAROUS, Pnblishei. 



DRY GOODS 



J»-T rpj 



THE ONIY HOUSE IN THE CITY WHERE THE ORIGINAL 
"GRAND DUKE ALEXIS TIES" CAN BE FOUND! 
Also the Largest, 

CHEAPEST AND BEST 

SELECTED STOCK 
....OF.... 

Cents', Ladles', Misses'. 
Children's and Infants' 

BOOTS AND SHOES 

EVER OFFERED 

In Ban Francisco. 

BEERS «t MAYNARD, 

Mb. 238 Kearny Street. 




People's Palace 



One-Quarter ot A Million of 
Dollars Value 

TO SELECT FROM. 

GRAND CONSOLIDATION 

OF 

TWO STOCK8. 



Our House Yesterday Was Crowded. 

aoon ntXEjar wanted. 

PEOPLED PALACE, 

THE GREAT 

COMMISSION HOUSE 

....OF THE.... 



911 and 913 Market Street. 



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3 JOB JSAL OF AMOBMESTS. 



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Belov MontcooMiT. Bi n) 7ntooUoo. 
FRIDAY JANOABY 9, 1874 



AMUSEMKXTS, Elc. 

California Tbeaire. 

tn add! lion 'o the onmeront atlr*otiont ol "The 
"Naiad Qaeea" Mr. Do Mar*e vtrilon of the box 
udbu !*»«. »»« presented ImI night. The trick 
!■ a wondarfal en*. A lady ie rut id abag whlob 
U lied and sealed ; br lb* lide of tb« sofa oo wbiob 
eh* liM is pl'Md e box widen la eocored with two 
padlockf, and §-;ur< iy corded. She is iheo hidden 
from view bjcartalnian<Ha*:n>notealsootof (he 
bag, and id to« b-ix Toe big is foaod wiihits fas- 
tening* mdletorbed, and the box looked andoorded 
M btfors. Tbi- trick was fahnfn 1/ performed 
last night, but was not fr*sentad with fe artit- 
tielaiih bestowed on it by practised showmen. 
It wlUdoobtl*e»be work-d maob better to-nt«ht. 
and the time occupied will be throe mtnuUs in- 
stead of five. " The Naiad Queen" will ub preform- 
ed at the matins* to-morrow. 
Opera House. 

To-night, when Tnomaa Magoire, the pioneer 
Manager, will re the recipient of a oomplimenU 
rj beneO:, Verdi 1 ! graad opera of '*]1 irovn- 
tora" wi.l be presented at the Opera House with 
Hadame AgUSa Sutasas Lienor*, Bigoor Pierro 
Baooei as Maori oo, Sigoora Bianohi in her great 
character of Azaosna, Mrs. Gaorge T. Evans as 
Iaea,Sgoor Orlaodint as Oonte di Lnni, Sigoor 
Folvlo Kigo as Ferrando and Moos. Oharlea as 
Rni ' II Trovatore" is a favoiite opera, and one 
wbiob isalwajs well plajed when prodnoedin this 
oity. Thoaa »ho join in this well-deserved testi- 
monial to one »bo has dene so mnob towatdsor<- 
Tldlng tbepnblicof Sao Frsnciioo with oparitio 
entertainments, may then fore bt, sure of enjoying 
a riob mu»i-ai treat. 
(VltuambrA Theatre. 

To-night will be a gala night at thia theatre 
Thomas Magutre will take hia benefit, aod there 
will be, of eonrse. an immense hoasa. Welch and 
Rice; Manning and Sweatoam, George 8. Kaigbt, 
Eil* Weioer. the wonderful Siegriats and others 
. will appear in the specialties Bet forth an onx first 
page, and in addition to thia MiaB Jennie Lee, Mrs. 
J alia Melville, J. P. Bornett, John Howaon, and 
BL D. Thompson will appear in the capital f .rce 
of "DabsUr Done." Snob a combination of ar- 
tiatas fa seldom seen at any theatre, and the enter- 
tainment to bj gives by them will certainly bs 
worth fat more thaa the price of a ticket. 
Opera Night— California Theatre. 

OnSandaj evening the charming opera of "La 
Favorite" will b» presented, with Madame Inez 
Fabbri as Leonora, Signor Bacoei as Ferdinand, 
Bigoor Orl&ndinl as Alfonso XL, Miss Anna Hirer 
as Inez, F. Uigo as Baltb*z»r, and Moos. Charles 
as Don Gasper By permission of Barton Bill the 
Bamxnelebarg Sisters and foil corps de ballet o! 
the California Theatre will appear in tae firs: and 
aeoend aota, 
Bella Union. 

Aoew bill will bs performed at this favorite 
theatre ta-night. After a capita! first part and an 
olio comprising the famous aot of "Spider and 
Fool," by Oatvim and Fr.u, the amnBiag lioal 
trifle entitled "Sally Aon" will be played by Mies 
Jennie Johnson, Fred I Itobie, John Woodird, 
Hiss Nellie Howard and others. The sketch of 
tbs**L1ve Indian" is also oamprieed in the even- 
ing** entertainment, the fall programme of which 
is published on oar first p-ge. Miss Alice Boss, 
specialty artist and serio-comlo vocalist, and Bd 
Murray, ecoenula comedian, will shor.l appear. 
Buckle j 'a Varieties. 

Fan U the order of the evening at this popular 
plaoe of amasement A great bill will bs present- 
ed to-nlgbt. aod Mort tn;rs, Leon SamwellB, Mies 
Lizzie Harmon, George Foster, Harry Devoy and 
a boat of others will appear. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

The gardens are o->w in the finest condition . 
Skating and the Trained Animals everyday. A 
granl performance and the pantomime of 'Lee 
Brigands" and the grand act "Gronpe Ohinois" 
Satordtyaod inn day. 

AjtATOKIOAL M.L'^aTJai.—One Of Ul6 m03l 
eomp'.ew *oUeotione of the kind in the United 
■ '.a'.eB, comprising b^ndre^B or oostlj ami bnao- 
Jlloi v:i modeta, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
•auyj a. tea 15 use am on Montgom^n straet- As 
ban: uaaj be nrofitablv snent bare. 



Bard Times in Bo, ton. 

A reporter of the Bwtoo Courier has been 
interviewing tae pawnbrokers and Becood- 
IiiEdfurDiiaredealerB, as to the signs of the 
times eTinced bj tbeir boflinesa. One doaler 
said: "Yep, sir, there's pavoriy, elsa my 
store wouldn't be so fa.l. I know people 
who have sold their bedsteads and male np 
their beds on tho fl jor. A woman oame in 
here the other day with a statue and asked 
me what I'd give her for it. I told her I 
didn't want it at all. "Why," flays she, "it's 
aGlylie." "Well ma'am, if it is," says I, 
«1 don't want it." "It's my opinion," says 
she, walking out, "ttutyou don't know what 
a Cly tie is, or you would beglad^tobay it, 
being as it was marble." "But what ami 
to do with Clyties ? My trade's in furniture. 
Bat that wouldn't make no difference, for I 
couldn't take another stick if I got it for 
nothing. ' 

A pawnbroker said: "Veil vat I gives now 
is for sbarity. I hates to send tho poor peo- 
ples away. Tbey wants moniibaod I gives 
'em a Uedle." 

At tbu moment a little boy entered with a 
small paper parcel under his Erm. 

"Ah!" said tbe pawnbroker, glaocine at 
tho little follow, "iah dat you again, my lee- 
dla boy. Now vat ba* you dis time. I hope 
you don't stole none of dese garments; leedlo 
boys mustn't 6tole noding." 

"No sir," said the little fellow, "I never 
stole anything in my life, My mothur &eat 
mo with this;" and the boy, openiog the par- 
cel, displayed an elegant silk sacque, which 
had evidently been little worn; "and she 
wants you to give all yon can for it. Sbo 
will be able to redeem it soon." 

"Vat is dis! Ab, nobody vant3 eomeding 
like dis in vinler; dis ia for Bummor. I can't 
give moosh on die, my le;dle boy. I giveB 
you seventy-five cents." 

"Mother said I might get two dollars for 
it." 

"Seventy-five oen 's,' ' said tbe pawnbroker. 

"I'll taka it sir," eaid tbe boy Badly. 

Tbe transaction was entered in the pawn- 
broker's book, the boy received the money, 
the aacque was folded op, ticketed and 
plaoed on the shelf, and smilngly tbe Jew 
resumed tbe conversation. 

"Now dere'fl dat lee die boy like all of 'em ; 
he's been hece so many times I can't tell. 
They always vaut shoost dwice as mooah vat 
de article is vorth. It vaBh too bad!" 

Particular Man. 

Lady ('o James, who has brought np a 
note): "Did yon ask tbe young person to 
take a Beat?" 

Jeamea: "Beg pard'o, m'lady, she'd hevi- 
dently been eatin' o' onions; so I as'd her 
to be a'good as to wait outside." 



War Declared. 

Some psople talk of Cob*, 
And speak of war with Spain, 

Hoping oar soldier* will go forth 
And tike tbe Spanish main, 

Bat wiser men psrfer to go 
And gat »o oyster atew 

At the Uocliaway Hoase on Market street. 
Bo oirgvo: *od D«'. 

Uer« m n can talk their boaineai 
Whilj teipsd in a pile 

Oyeters and diff irtnt kind of fish 
Are cook-d in every etylr, 
A private door CkLbddy street. 

Admits the \*m-- fat 
Wails tbe ealooo for elegince 

Hakes every body stare. 
For bnnnsss man, aod other folks 

It never ea > b* bsaU 
Tbe fo<-d Ib eood, the prices low 

At 1004 Market stteeu 13-1 

Ed. Khebmez, Proprietor. 



Ladles In tbe abovd handsome carriages may 
be seen any time during tbe day In front of 315 
KtarnT street, near trash ttreet, waiting (for a 
few monieif) for a doxen or two of those cel- 
ebrated Written Viritirg Card', so elegantly 
exoou'ed by John P. Dwyer card writer for the 
Grand Hotel. N. B.— Cards wtl ten, engraved 
or printed la the latest and mott fashionable 
ttyle, handkerchiefs rcarkid, tt-ncil pla'ea 
neatly cat, and monograms, engraved and 

printed, 11-x 

Happy Jfew Tear. 

For Bon Bong atid Mottos for your Hew 
Tear's t»ble, go to "The Leading Candy 
Btore," George HaaF & Co's, 20 Kearny ttreet, 
near Market. Their di play of holloay fancy 
(toods will totdly eclipse any former exhibition 
of thia very popular firm. Tb>y havo also lm- 
port d the moat elegant assoitm«Lt of French 
Candy Boxes and Oornacoplas ever seen In this 
city. ^^^^^^ 11^ 

Asa L, WRugaman'd >Ow So 
loon. 
Corner of ^alleck and LeldeEdorfT street!. 
Largea:dc. -oiious saloon. oeLtrally loca- 
ted, with ante-rooms, supplied with the beat 
brands of U-iuors and Clzars; bouct3ons hot 
inch — bis great specialty— «eivji from 11 a. 
M. to 2 P. M . and scold lunch afterwards. Crop 
In and "be iatlafied." 12bh 



Oysters. 
In strolling ronnd the other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gaB light, 
tmr careless feat, by chance did stisy 
To wDf re a foantaln's oeaselese ploy 
Of sparkling waters, made a screen 
Through wbich a sweet bouquet was Been 1 
Wblle mossy etoae and pearly eheU, 
O'er which the waters softly fell, 
ilede that window soem to be 
Rome fairy grotto of the sea. 
Stop," said my friend, "let's go In here 
It loess ao nice — and try their cheer.' 1 ; 
"All right," I said, "I must agree 
That this place euits me to a 'T."* 
E o sooner bad we found a seat 
Than at out side a waiter neat 
Hade his appearance, astied our wish— 
Said they bad Almost any dish 
That we might name. We found It trur, 
And cookid magnificently, too; 
All kinds of oysters, juicy, fat. 
Cooked every style; Just think of that, 
and If your mouth dont water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam eand crabs and terrapins ; 
[u fact, we found they had within 
That cosy place all kinds of game, 
Ffeh, flesh or fowl which we corUd name, 
While every dish was, 1 ant sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladles, too, bave^toond, 'twould seem, 
That they have here the best Ice cream; 
So here they nock, tho little sinners. 
To get what they call "such nice dinners." 
Whoever doubts this let him rash 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bosh, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster Honse, S37 Bnsh street, above 

af aatgomery; open Day and Night. 

GHABLEH HAAEE, Proprietor, 



B. Peyser, 71i> Uuntsoniery Street, 

Wishes t j inform his friends and customers 
that he has removed back again o his old 
stand, has enlarged his store, and hsB on hand 
the cheapest aid finest stock of Men's, Tooth's 
and Boy's Clothing ever openec in tble city; and 
also, a fine st >ck of Men's and Boy's Furnishing 
Goods. Don't forgtt the number. Call before 
examining elsewhere. lis 



For Photo-crayons. 

And reproduction In a superior style, go to 
Edouard & Cobb. 666 Kearny st near Cali- 
fornia, Tcosa desiring ary of the above for 
Ohrl*tma<* presents, should make application 
before the rain set* In, and so avoid disap- 
pointment, satisfaction guaranteed In all 
oases 0i 



.UoDoweii, Show Card Writer 

Baady made and n-,,-e to order. Boom 10 

•JOS Market street, cor. Post and Montgomery o 



8ao> Moore, 

Formerly of Bnss House Carriages, can be 
onnd in trout of Coleman Uroe. clothing es> 
ablisbment, southwest corner Bnsh acd Mont- 
gomery sta., or Dexter Stables. Oarriase orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
*T night, at rednoed rates. to 

Holiday Hats. 

Certainly a new hat is abont as pleasant a 
holiday gift as oaa be imagined. There Ib an 
Immense slock of H&tt to select from it "The" 
Hat St re, 6t7 W_ieh'ng:on street (second hat 
tt d« below Kearny). The newest ety!es at rsa. 
sonable i rices. 12-j 

The Old Stand-SS4 Sasisms Street. 

Opposite the Amerlcaa Exchange, where the 
pablio will dud tbe flnetit brands of Wines end 
Clgaxi the market sff rd\ al-o a flrst-claga 
lonoh served from 11 to a. Million & Daly 
proprietors. 11m v 



The Delicacy of all Seasons. 
Is B. F. Boiran'a Club S^usago; its fame has 
spread far and wl'e thronghent tbe latd. Tbe 
only place to obtiln this celebrated Sausage It 
at stalls 71 and 75 California Market llz 



Sleep aa a Medicine. 

The cry for re it baa always bean louder 
lhan theory for food. Not that it ia more 
important, but it ie often harder to obtain. 
The beat rest comes from sound Bltep.Oi two 
men or two women, otherwise equal, tbe 
one who sleeps tbe best will bo the moBt 
moral, bealtbly and efficient. Bleep will 
restore to vigor an over-worked brain. It 

ill build np and maka strong aweary body. 
It will cure headache. It will cure heart- 
ache. It will cure a broken spirit. It will 
oure a sorrow. Indeed, we might make a 
a long list of nervous and other maladies 
tbat sleep will care. The cure of sleepless" 
ness requires a clean, good bed, sufficient 
exercise to produce weariness, pleaBant oc- 
cupation, good air, aod not too warm a room, 
a clear stomach, a clear oonsoieoce, aod 
avoiding of stimulants aod Darcotics. For 
those who are overworked, haggard, nerv- 
ous, who pass sleepless nights, we com- 
mecd the adoption of such habits as Bhall 
secure sleep; otherwise l>fe will be short, 
and what tLere is of it sadly imperfeot. 

♦ 

Llpman's Grrat Di»cov t ry, 

Propably no obj?tt hw called forth more 
prtparatlQDF t'tan that tf restoring and beau- 
tyfying human hair, aia among all, J.LP' 
man's wonderful, r tffcrex stands beyond 
question et the head for efflcleocy end perttct 
safety. This isabso.ttJy free from Sagar of 
Leid or Lac Sulphur, and ntvar fai-s' to p o- 
duce tae fffect d alrad; requirei no otier pre- 
pa-at on; is ea-Ily appli«d, and ie, withoct 
doubt, the simplest, hest and cheapest balr re 
atoritlve In as?. Bold by all drougiits. Gene- 
ral Agents, Ohas, Lsnglay & 0^,. Wholesale 
Drnggi la, San Franclsoo . lv 



FEATHERS Gleaned. Curled and Died, at 
SNOW'S, Ko. 25 Post etr«et K -Z 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND N O TIC E , 

Savings and Loan Society. 

619 CLAY 8TBEET. 

AT A MEENING OF 1HR BOARD OF Di- 
rectors held Januarv 6, 1871, a dividend was 
declared, free of Federal us. of nins (9t D*r ce . t. 
per anna m on all d ; posits, fir tha bix mocths end- 
ineDeconber 33, 1ST3. paiablt on and after ihe 
15th iastani. OYROS W. O ARM ANY, 
ji9-2ir Oaahier. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Land Mortgage Union of 
California. 

AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF Di- 
rector?, he d ibis date, Jan oar; 7 th, a dividend 
of nine (9) per cent, was deolarcd on tbe capital 
stock and investing shares subscribed prior to tbe 
1st day of Jaly, 187J, and ten (10) per cent, on Bi d 
deposits, and elgnt(6)per o-nt. on ordinary de- 
posit?, free of federal tez. Stockholders and in- 
vesting ini-mb'-re a^e rtqnfBted to present their 
o-riiflcates at the office, IBS Post street, to have 
their dividends entered thereon, 
j* -3* JOHN T. CARTER, Seeretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 
SECURITY SAVINGS BANK, 

304 Ssnione Street* 



AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF 
Directors held December 2"ib, l$~ , a dividend 
to depositors wi-b deolarcd for tbe term ending 
December 31at, 1871, at the rate of nine and eix- 
tenths (9 6-10) per cent, per aosom on term de- 
posits, ani c-.aht (S) per cent, per annom on ordi- 
nary deposits— payable on and after January 2, 
1874— free of Federal tax 
ja5-2w T. F. BACON, Seoretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

ffSS OaUfernla St., cor. Webb. 



Ij*OR THE HALF YEAR, ENDING WITH 
Slat December, > ST3, a divldeavl has been de- 
clared, at the rate of Nine (87 per cent, per an am 
on Term Deposits, and Seven and one-hall 1 7.V) 
per cent, per annum on Ordinary Deposits, free of 
Federal Tax, piyvble on after 1'2'h January, 874. 
Br Order. JLOV KLL W HI 1 £, Oathier. 

ja -lv 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Savings & Loan Soc'y. 

THE BOARD OF DIKEOTION OF THE 80- 
oiery have declared tbe dividend for the sec- 
ond half year of 1873, ending tb is date, at tbe rate 
of nins (9) per cent, per st>o m on Term Deposits, 
and seven and one-naif (7>t) per oen *■. per annom 
on Ordinary Deposits, freu of F'dersl tn, payable 
on and r.fUr Janoary 15, 1371. B; orde-. 

GttO. LETTE, JSecretary. 
J»2-2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE- 

California Savicgs &Loan Society. 

G1S CALIFORNIA STREET, 
Gnaruntee Copltul, 830O.O0O. 

THE DIREC ORB OF TBE ABOVE FODI- 
eiv have declared a dividend of ten (10 j per 
co. t, par aunnm on term deposits, and eiRot (8) 
per cent personam on ordiD»ry deposits, for the 
term endi'RSlst Deocmbar, 1873, tree from Fed- 
eral tax, and payable on and after Sth Jaouiry 
1874. By order. D B OHISHOLM, Sto'y, 

d.9 1)31 



PERSONAL. 



JDLIA-YOU CAN Gh.T ALL SIZES FERRO- 
types Pictnrca ta.koi und fitmbed in ten mio- 
uioi, rain or snice. at WINC-i & ALLEN'S, 5»3 
Ke&rnv ttreet. A specialty made in ink pictures. 
Yonre, DAVISON. de22-lm 



LADIH-, SAVE YOUR HAIR OOMBINGSt 
wax flowers oair tlow*rs and l*ooy work taaga 
for 95 per montb. tSwiioote, coil-, stTaightemug 
taDglaJ hair, weaviog, combicgc, St am -oe cnrls, 
■ to., etc, all for $5; switches made from 60 tents 
upwards; eide-onrls at earned for 15 oen t«; all kinda 
of work done to order obeap r amities or classes 
tanght in tbe c i ty or across tbe hay on r easonahle 
terms. Parties wishes to taks lessjns or have work 
done anoold tnke advantage of tbe time I am here, 
as I leave for Sarope to a short time. Alo l-B 
bioward street, bet JNew Montgomery and Second. 
daU-ljn 



S.F.BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Booka«Ilera and AtnttoD^ra. 
H.H. Moore, 609 Moateo^erj. near Merchant. 

liotch era. 
Rata, Fred, Staila 94 to 100. Oatiforaia HarkM 

Den tl ate. 
fa. R. Pope, 6 Montgomery Street, 

Employment OfBce. 
Chinese Employment Co.— Pierce A Oo., 627 Sao 
ram en to street. 

Hoaaa Hair. 
Sampeoa. A. B. * Co., 110 Second atreaU 

VTblteaera and Faqaer Havncera. 
A. W. Whelden, 122 Qaaryateaet. 

Vr*lBM and JLKaera, ( WholaaaU.) 
Dasad W. A Oo- 5M From*. 



OPE El 



Bosh Street between Montgomery and Kearny. 

THIS EVENING JANUARY » 

GHASTD 

COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT 

TENDEBJELD TO 

THOMAS MAGUIRE, ESQ., 

......33 TT 

« 

Nearly All of the Profession of the City. 

Verdl'd Grand Opera of 



11 ™? if m 



LEONOKA.... MME. AGATHA STATES 

INEZ, h.t Atteod&rit MRS. O. T. EVANS 

HAHBIOO.a Troubadour SIB. PIEI'RO BAO0W 

AZOCKNA. > OipBI SIGNORA BIANOUI 

OONTE DI LDNA 1...&B3. CARLO OBLANDINI 

FERBANDO BIG. FDuVlO RIGO 

RDIZ , HODS CHARLES 

NnoB, Followers <jf tbe Coart Soldier,. 

CONDUCTOR GEO. T. EFAN8| 

Tickets Good for the Alhambra Theatre Also. 







The Piano Used In tnia Tbe at re Is from Sherman 6% Hyde 

t&~ OPERA GLASSES TO LET at the Stand In the Lobby. 



That Gorgeous Furniture 



....FOB THE.. 



HOLIDAYS 

HAS ARRIVED. 

COME and SEJE3 XT. 
CALIFORNIA 

Furniture Manf 'g Co. 

220 te 226 BUSH ST. 

delS-lm 



GOOD WORK, I0W PRICES. 




SHOW BILLS A SPECIALTY. 



A.LFALFA! 

JVEW CROP. 

ClOR SALE, OHOIOE LO^ OF FINE OALI- 
J- foraia-*rawa Alfalfa, ia lots to sait, for cast), 
at market rates. Oar seed, uolib- tbat imported 
from Oh !•?, <e fine and tre» from Ha'ttard or other 
foreiga e.ed. Vegetable, Flower aod Graes Seed, 
etc. , eto. 

GO, OOO Knmle Plonta. 

100,000 GumTrees 

Kioe Plaote, 1 rees, Bnlbp, and all rticles in tbe 
Hoe. frceb acd good. Spltudid fc took. 

P K. MQOi E 

Seedamao tvd Flomt, 4C5 Wa^bicgtoa Btreet, 
Sad frratjci-cr, Calif iroia. n5-Im 

»rSt!id fur new Catal^irDe. 






eOOD WORK ! L.O \V PK1CES ! 

LOVEJOY A^WILLIAMS. 

NEW PIIOTOOBAPB C GAI.l.EBT, 

18S Eelrni eireet, opposite Wbit. Home. 

JO. WILLIAMS (LATE OF BRADLEY S 
. Rolofson'o) aod W. E. LOVEJOY (lite of 
Y.Dgfe.B's) b&TiDC MsocUt.d 'tb.msol.M to- 
Cetser. e' lie t tb. pUrooMt. ol fbelr friend. »nd 
tb. poblio gdO»r.lLr, tod bop. tbetr loBK.xp.ri- 
• nc. will t). lurutt.. lb.1 liti will do Brtt-o^. 
vork. 



AH-m 



COLD-ROOM VARIETIES. 

Sixteenth St.. Cheyenne, Wyoming. 

JAMK6 W ALLEN Proprietor 

JOHN W. DUNNE Baaiaeea Manager 

HABBY SPBIGGS Stage Manager 

HAS JUST HJEJRIV Hi F, FITTED 
and reopened for tbe Fail aod Winter Sea- 
son with a first-class Oompany, embracing Harry 
Sp-iggs, toe great ohkraoter aster; Harry Lor- 
raine, H Hy Foreat, Mr. J. W. Donne. Mias Lacy 
Hall, Misa Mien e f'avii?, Miaa Nellie ftoymour, 
Mtrs Jeaaie Logan, Frank Holley, George Tobler 
acd ubtrlea Mill. r, and a fall and efficient or- 
cneBtra. 

■9* Lady talent coming East can always seonre 
eDgngtrnenfi hy app-yicg to J.W. ALLEN.Pto-' 
prietor. GyOD SAL »RlEs PAID. se&Sm 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

?IR»INIA CITT, NEVADA, 
JOHN PIPER PBOPRTJET' 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

SACBAJUE.VTO, CAL. 
JOHN PIPKR LS8BSI 

BOTH THESE ELEGANT TH ATREd OAK 
be rented by tbe nigbt or week. Stars and 
tmvttliog uompanies liberally treated With on ap- 
plication to J» aJj* t-Lfi.U., 

Manager and sole Proprietor 
o- to 3. JH. ateCAMiC, 
jn28tf 330 Baah street, San Francfaoc. 



• 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTING, 

ELO00TION AND DEPORTMfiNr. 
3L A D IES PREPARED for the STAGE. 

PRITATE THEATRI0AL8 AND AMATEUR 
performances direoted, by a lady aod gentle- 
mao of more tban oidtoary experience. For par- 
tlcnUrs apply to MR J. H MoOABc, 

Theatrical AgeDt, No. U3» Bnsb L-treet. 
delO-tf ban J/ranoisoo. 



\7VJ±.JST T JEI XD , 

....AT.... 

McD ARIEL'S THEATRE 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

Mr-Talent going Bast will find it to tbeir adraa- I 
tags before leaving Oallfornia to correspond with 



mi9 



J. McDAMEL, 
Lock Eox No. 1, Obesenne. Wjomicc. 



GEORGE MAYES, 

DEALER IN OYSTERS, OLAMH J 
an J all kindfi of SHELL FISUJL 
itofeNoe. AO, 41, 4«, OalifornijP^ 
Market, entranoe on O&liforn'i street 
Fnblioor prJyata partaae a^d familiea enpplUfi 
lorafi A.K. to 12 p. m. lAdiefl' and GentlemBa't 
iira«erRoon ooes from G a.w. toFip.v -U27'f 




teaching beeinnera 



CJLAY- STREET^ 

RIDING ACADEMY, 

83* flay Street, cor. 
BtocktoB. 

This is the moet elepaat I 
ard commodlone Riding I 
A cndi>my In tbe oity ; open 
day and evening. Partic- 
ular attention p*'d to 
diSft-Im I 



A. MARSHALL A RETY, Proprittors. 



THO?, W. BHF£ & CO., 

GOLD and SILTEK PLATEES 



flC 



V. AMJF ACTCH ERB 
— AifD— 

nr,PA!EJ.K8 



DRUMS, BftSJOS, 



^fe^ — ain>— 

BRASS FOUNDERS & FINISHERS 

ea7~l>e«aonB given on tbe Banjo and Dram. *4« 
*iIS3IOIV STREET, between Flret and Seooed. 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo -Baujoi for Pro- . 
aarionala alwan on baad. *»1 5 i- 



CANDIES! CANDIES! 

IVt . A. . 3VC BHOHH 

Mannfactnres every deaoriptfon of 
CAMDIS8, Who-leaikTe and KetalL 
518 K-arDT Bt.. between Baoramento aod Oall- 
fornia, and 1»T Saeoad ttraat, between 

Minna and Vaaoaaa. ool-Un 






C ]Sf i V I 




^^■Maaoaat IB** 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE 



GlXIfORNU THEATRE. 






OP 



RA HIOHT, 



J AMI AKt 

•k> •» rat 



LA FAYORITA 



NAIAD QUEEN! 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 

• •«■*. 
1 ■"■■a* ■ - vxalwl 

CHEAT CATALOCUE OF FUN. 

I «n»T AKD RDMDAT IVINIKOI 

Kill IMi (HALF MIVxlKKLH, 






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Itt . IV - • ' • 



AnTFUlj 

• »*• m 



DOUOl 

Mutt. M 



REMMELSBURC 8ISTCR8 



kod aaaaa.,. «o a .no. at BM 1 



IIVEZ FABBRI 



.* .•* (»•»' ta •.••■ | 'f 



LEONORA 

hi.f>*> ' !■■ tm» •< 
uirau» r-.. *f < 



D I 



Conductor 



CU 3 M A N. 

I ureii 
: mm 

■tom r moo 

txmUii.JiJK caaauta 
k»* um 
•all cwx o»d Onkxta. 

» 
Prof- Muldor-Fabbrl 



i* aot nasr. 
Or.tn<l UlTorlUncmciii, 

»j Ik. full Co. a. »all.i 



U ACf aSOOSD. 
Oraud jE»o»«a do 33om 
» T <»• lI«»«l-Bt:»V»(M»TDH and Cotj. (ta 



PRICES or ADMISSION. 



■Jimi Til ill ■■4»nkiiln.. 
■ mi •»,. 

■•wrtrd 



..•a, a» >d<i si* 
»i oo 

,M Oaata 
..•S Coot, rur* 
<> Cflli 



Inutukiimnd on P.tifd.e «nl Sasdar from 10 
oalillooio-k P. as. 

(.'HAS. SC 11 1' TZ». Business Manager 



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uivrmM ctnt 



■ •►at- La'tMl 

.■••■■I- A*aB» 

t r*at MIK.I. 

•ICC 1 1 AM MAT 



REMMFLSBURO SISTERS, 

■ orni&. jbvxvxs bdttt. 
BLcC'lL.'Hn A£A.X=tXID C3r^LTJC3- AITM 

A*>4 Oarf • -• »«1H« of rny T««M L«4*-». 

THE WONDERFUL GIRARDS, 

XinoaElLjLi. JULitBN, StlrZXXjV, 

In Their Sanatoria. Gymnastic Folly called Leg-Mania. 

Wonderful Tumbleronican Performer. |^^ n 1 - i IL- ^ r " A ".?!J?.,^!S 



C* .\l 



SPIDER AND rOOL. 
iM I Art mirl FItlTI 



aagivatl* Lcet 



lu u a. And. zxAnnT oiiAn: 
In tli.-lr r*»i i\«-«l.i)ur Dotitble Xrapcie Aot* 



. Deaaia 

II. r.r« 



1HI BARnS LOAVHAUSKX 

-.*»•.. ta* Y«*r*)*>t.gat .. 



. .Raait!'* Uiarin'sii 



WAt.T-m tf 



• Uat KR-'UT T*a Hififi'i M-wtrl 

TUB l.'IH UK A Dtuh^r >f <hs B-roa.. 

MIsTliEiA BRIDGE f Uofl.».««.*r .. 






MKRV , 



J A. lORHk 
Mlftfl 



THI NAIAD QURKR....Th»»r«l»h«f l.nl i B ri ...MIR9 F.U.IK wii.tmi 

i \ .... A p. a- a<1. to* farnrll* of lb* Quia. ... Hl89 ; 

I Or X....A ,lii»«. •DinDrxl nf Sinnir,^ . .Hl.vi KklililK MI>jK< 

AMi'iiiHim ...» dw.rf ichsbi in*- lb* Rbm - . MR .1. I,»*T01 

UootUr . Atiaadaa ■. &•('• «.••!•».». «t- .h- VfSMtRB. PRft-tTOI, HlK IN, •« i.UIM, Hl~SK"» J. MANLRT, l\ 

A ANI.KV, KILL. II rHkNKT. MKlulK HUH I'll I *r,.1 o.har.. 

^yno|»i»HiH ol Soouory mid ( i><>l.lo ul *. . 

Act I ft«m*l«l.— OoraloU it i< Uuri[»r'« Uuiu s«»f»«*2l— Th» I.alia Bare. Smbi M.— 'J»»«ro on tb* Bank' or 
ih* Kbln*. S.o. »to— l'n« tiratt i oa tb» KHio* .oil IVaiftl'i Rilb riullet «f the »'«•-•* I Ur.mn, intro.iq.itc tB* 

H'MMrUh^ l m.| P ri.> l ii . i...*- «t.| ■- Ornn4 Tahlr.n 

•cm.IiI.- iif M-nUfc£lJUC Ca»M». 8 «d« 2d -Tha Ntnlactltf H«ll« or f.ttrlrl '. Prof. O'Kfa.doi 
In hi- Waal***- fail f - r f .. r m tin r - t.nnr.t ..n-> Il-rrv • InrN, W>.n tr-t f n Dunble 

TrartK'' ** ■*»«.»*»• Maillvi »*..■ ale llftfi*]«pi. Hfmnrlibni Mattr*. !*■« d*- CIocl>v>, Mult U »ujta,o. 

«iCII»?ri»l I'ahi 



E and II- 



SW 0A«rt.»: Ii ths »o»n* w fl ^e 'ntrodaofd th» nsw woDdtr, Th« B« 
-Uhimbtr >□ lb* 

._.(!■ Uc*o* ltd.— I 

japjio* 13* •ut.f*d<li-.b at tnj stl«o,i Orand U *■ ch oftbe Ami/.an.«ml WarllLr 1 uli- 



t»* J rusif Ita Mnr, K.q. hOann 2d— ADt*-UllirablT 111 lb* UAItl*. bo-n* 2d. — Tb* Ori*>»l ObkBi- 

• h i llhic-. I,ag-« un |.t A<t by the Ulrnrd* Bcro*_*to.— Oot^lo ; Obittbit . 8o#oy _Wh -Dtrcbtn »■ 



AiTlV 
N.iid l^i 



9o*n« l<t.— In'Tior of |b* Outi. Soins L»»t,— Th» Ct 
m» <rotq']*r' ad 1 forgive*. The Culle CutoMbrd, Hat 



>. AoproAab of tb* AmszODi opoa tb* Otitic. 
of the 5Jnt»d gaoen. 



lb- 



GRAND NAIAD QUEEN MATINEE ON SATURDAY AT 2 P. M. 

8GNDAY tVEMNQ. JAQQtry lit*, f.inittt Open Nisht. "LA FAYORITA I" ffh»a the BE*MEL>BUBQ 
BI3TBB3 adiI tho Ojrpi de Balltt wilt uppwr. ty ihe kini permtRslor of Mr. Ua'too Hi'.l. 



zzxdLf. 

K.I I !d«k.rii« A«d RH*ta.« 

(.Mtr ■•>»■ %*»««!#> ILrllv 

IUVHLKIOI0UI PAK4 r Hnn R it a MAf 

OalMBl« ««*« ■••■• H*M*,**B 

MAMtSE T'VINS. 

K*Ur BrM... .. Rlt«bl* .. , And IUrt*a 

rttlM IllNltiH raaif DarrilNl 

JAPANESE TOMMY. 

■Mftaraoa *ad , B.tMa 

ItMilMd -J. L.»ar» HcrvoN 

To ©onclod i with tskflltogbatlfl Bft>t b of 1 1* 

IjIVJES IPCJ3IA.PC 

P.i.t PIMI....HAII Abonl Town M»H K.'l. 

Orlmdo SB6rt«aI 'lommj IUtkb 

i in wt ii.otj i ol " ,,1 ' H rv 

JoHIWH |, "4, K * rt, « 

.In, lilntn f,-. W i" , "l 

VtrA nl» SD.itoul •!•_'" How.id 

Eoiignl «4 "IH ibOTllr »«»«. "•• bMOli'sl ipwiUllT 
Arti.t- mil H«rlo.Comlo Yti.tLii 

MISS AIjIOB HOBS 

Alio, t'je oooont -!o OomeJUa ftDd 0»tnl: 81nier, 

MB. ED. MUIIHAT. 



Charles R. Peters & Co. 
REAL ESTATE AND COMMISSION 

UTALLTHEIB BBARCUtS, AU0II05. »0. 

No. 405J California St., 

Op7t*it4 Biak of L'»Uforoi». 
R#far»nc-* «i' ptraoa Wbo bai bad boilcaa 
With m- lo "as Fr»toi»oo »od N*w York and aU*- 
wbara for ibirt-t*ro ye.D. 



«a« ta lit or Rot* loolhcltd. 

NoDtabtful Till". Waotad, 

Hball hold* 1-ir« Aooton B*l« In Mayor Jnoo— 
• Mid la ioar propvrtr aft«r Fabraary l.t. Hold od 
to too r R«alB>Ut* octil aftar March 1st; I will 
abow job a vaarkat for H. aod a saw alii* of R*al 
Is'tta buliMi. Itft-l* 



HOT T J^OTCH 

H A. L O ON S, 

138 Sutter Street, 

And 336 Bush Street, 

EA<II ONLY 1WO DdOm FKOAX 
KEAIi.VT STRECT. 

jA.li Drinlis 
lO Gta. 

HOT & GOLD WHISKY PUNCH 

A SPECIALTY. 
Hot Clam Chowder Every Night 

.!. D. BRU.fJS, I BBir.aS A TOPPIKO, 
Proprietor of «b. . Prjprt.lor. o! 

Rallir-3U«.t 6. loan. Boib.Btr.at S.looa. 
cJ.IMI 



MAIfNIWO'8 OYSTER GROTTO 



.*? 



Manning Pan Roast 

1. NEW ond the Moflt Ddloioo. DUh la tho 
Or*tor lino. 

A ■« ^ • ,I *^ 1 s'.?r o • pr T rl • , •' 

. .. ,.J 



CENTRAL 




HOT DRINKS 

....FOB. .. 

Winter _Weather. 

SACK. P O » S E X T, 

Alll.l F.l> MI.VEN, Etc. 

SPIERS A POND, 

422 SACRAMENTO 8TKEET, 

(Ooa Door b.ltw Sao.om?.) 

LTJNCH. 

A HEW BILL OY YABR RVKRY DAY. 

Tha Proprict-jr* of tba npirrj A Pood have par- 

obasod from 

A roPtl.AK WRITER 

Oo Gaitrooonay, 

Three Ilaadrcd and Twrire Bill* «.f Fare 

Calcultied io m**t tbew&otaof 

ONE THOUSAND PERSONS, 

Wbo may tberafora bs certain of a diffareotpror 

irimns fjr 

EVERT DAY IN THE YFAB. 

Soup. Flah. Entrees, Joints, etc.. 

At eleven oMock proclmh". 
4TI Sioramrnto Street, om door bjlow BiDioni) 



"T!!E VILLA," 
GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tbe l'.uiMinjr bavtog ]nit b*nn oomi.Utcd. la 
aow throws open to 'bo pablio. Tba bouas la ela- 
gaoth :QrDl»b«d. and ba* 

Four i*ul>lio Parlors, 

— AKD— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

Tha whole b*.n(t bull*, nat lik* a pablio hotal 
bat as it >• OAiood. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"Tbe Villa" lo looatod at tba laat or Dorth-woat- 
anisateof th* Park. 

Kplcareita Hr.-anf*i-U. Dloaara aod Sappon 
prepared on tbaaborteat ootlo*. 

GUDIO MANGEDBERG & CO., 

PBOPKIKTOBo. ir-10 



V. J. GATELY, 

Formerly of tba 

"SUNBURST SALOON," 

I- to ba found at 

Ilia Kew Sample Boena*. lOlS Murkft 

■treett oppnaite Fifth. 

■9- Hi* old frlaede and the pablio saaerally will 

fl'-d bar* tbe choloeat bracda of LlQL'OKb^and 



0IOAR9, 



j%6-3m 



MILITARY GOODS 

....AKD. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRIC!! 
TRIMMINGS, 

MS M.aaj.MMj mi , lot. Ba. a. 
**u«M t. bsboibs jouaaoa. 



CHRI&TiVsAb CHEER. 

THOMAS P. WALL, 

....or IHE.... 

Cosmopolitan Sample hcoms 

So SOTBIBD SI BEET, 

Baa l.i<l Id a splendid etook of LIQUORS 

For tHe HOLIDAYS ! 

Jamleeoa'a Harrowbone-'-Hos Di-t>llety Dnhlin 
Wbttky. « chtp Ho-nWldt: OleDli^at Bcoicb 
Wbiaky; Doubte-Di.l.lU MJlrt R-*. t le. po't Dtf- 
ii-lf,". puubow: 0«inoe«" XXX Dublin btout; 
Bm.' Bji-tou Pale Al». All aamploa lO oflDla. 
Dot fccolfh -V I i-l ah Wlilak. «. >SK Aogsc 
del7 



AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND 

SAXiOONT. 
no. eaa kaobahfjito stbef.t, 

Kcown ». tho OHIOAG'J UKKB DUPOT. 

CEORCE B AUSTIN, 

Having purohahko the ab ive. wii.i. 
bo "l.M-olomoot .11 old AU3IRM.IANS 
»nd HEW Z'AbANDKR-,io«ir Iriocd. ud .i - 
l3, rt n» .aanr.ll wbo ore ft.i»urt*rt ri a he.rt. w.l- 
l*om* and »ood on or. HOT LTJNOH ev r, d-y 
KKRK A.ND 1' A>*Y e*»ry Butarday iEvonina at 8 
o'olook. tlM.-claat Pianiat. jaX-lm 



SAN F.3ANCISCO BATHS 

AND 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

/•Of; WARtllNOTON ST., 

OuOb«i»jwK. l AfTiey. PKluir.!i 



ItlfiDUUKD. r- 

Shavinit, IS oecta. Hair Oot- 

l..«A a ff&tia , *£?Jo"*- ■" JOHN OBKIP. 

GO TO THE 'WINDSOR 

BOOT AND SHOE STORE, 

DOS.', Hurls* t Street 



The Lar*.*at aaaortmeDt f.r Qenta,| 

Ladlea and Obildrtn, 
at tba Low-at Prices. jiWm M. F. WALBH, 



L 



319 BUSH STREET, 

ALHiMBRA HOUSE. 

'IM11S ROUSB, BEING OKNTRALLY ^^ 
1 looatid, aear til t>is p inuipal tluttilt. ^u 
Reit»nrar.t aod pl.«ces of Art.ueeroent, Bffir 
Straiit"ra can And roo I, <iomforUbl», ptuna- ■•»-" 
ctand eleKftntrojinoat rna-ouable prl0»ie. 



CANDIE8. 



KIND* OK THK FI!fAUT OARDt 

or sw^n Oandj I'aciory d*Jli 



A mad* at bar Steam Oandj Vaotory 
araan. fp-K-ially Itow t^* co«otry. avro aol^ol^ 

" 5 » l "• —* T^'A'i WAOB.B. - 
ina!5 JOT Mf">i-(.m»rt It,. o*f.rR»IW 



FBED. KA.TS5, 
BEEF AKD PORK*. 

BUTOHER, 

sutw tm tan o. o M.rk.t. 

"^TBOBHApoiator , roallr «»»« 
OOU-3B1 



ood la tho otto. 



To the Unfortunate. 

»R. OIBBOBPS BISPBNSART. 

BO. «SS KBARNY ETRYRT, OOR- 

der ol (-ominorti.l, San Ftaool-oo 
co on (y'oncneroial etreat. KhUo 
lisbed Id ih -4, for tbe treatment ana 
care of all diaeiaea of tbe urinary an' 
generative o r&ds, and all pbyaical cno- 
„r wfaknaas coorequoot opoo tb* orron 
orlanoraace • f to* eexce. bklndiseaBi ( I 
Btandlcgla d olctr.tod le«a eaccaswlnlly trcnte^ 
Tbe Mokand ibeaC15ot d r-r ould rot f..il to oali 
apon him. Tbe Doctor haa trarcl .d eitnnptrc-l) 
In K<r,ipe. R"d lospuctpd tborotiKbly tbe v«noU' 
bo- pit.-. U t »"-r*t.fjbtAloii'R a great deal ul vaiuabl* 
ill iqiauod, wbiob beta competent, ti impart tt 
those in ne*d of his aor»lcea. Dr. Gibbon wl I 
make no ch rge nnl«* bo * ff^ota a cur*. Addref 
DR J F GIBBON, Um 19S7, Ban FnoolaOO. 
nu*S-t( 

POSTERS, 

ProtroJomoo. and all kind, of PriBtioR for 

anOW, L.KCTCUK. (ONCFnT, TUfr 
ATKKnud OIKlUH UAKAliliU, 

AT LOW KAIB8, BY 

13. 17». eiteretrt, 

SSa CUT gTKKBT. mill 



LEAKY ROOFS, 

Tin, Asphaltum, or Bos- 
ton Mastic 
REPAIRED. 

Send orders lo H. G. FISKE, 
609 aurk.t sireet. 



DR. JORDAH'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL BUSEOR, 

And Uolleve <>' .Medicine. 

in nan beautTFul and instruct. 

lU.VUU (Te obieota to be aeec. ^QP"** J*> *%< 
Pnblio DAY AND NIGHT, at KlJStKKA HAIJ 
Ui» MonUomerr strnet. FOR MEN ONLY., 
atfrDs. JOrdaw'b ParvATM OrFiOB la at »»1 

Gr*ry atreet (oppoeit* old Meohajoiot.' PaTllian). 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Either California or Eastern O.ater. , 
~ oked to Order at 



SOLOMON T£SMORt'S, 

Stalls hi, 55 tad 59 Osliforola Mirket, 

(Rntrance on Pine 6traet,> 

WBT Families and Reataarants eapplled 

notice. d 



«*? 



J. C. COMBES, 
TEKKAPIN 1_TJ1VC3H, 



Var. aeonnd nrd T«h«« 

tarTorropin uoa.lootl, oo Hand 
fOnvora in oror, >t'lo. PRIVATh 
aSUPPKB BOOMS FIB PARTUn). 
• doe «-tf 

MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTKRH, OLAM4 and all kinds 
of Sk.ll PUh. Sialt asUaliforoia 
Market. San Franolso. sped Do, 
udNlfha. e»«Ul.a.Pobl oaodPrl- 
roa. ArtuM. Hos.1*. bsl.slnc and 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

(HAS. 1j STOXK, Pi oprl. tor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Between California and Pin*. 
Tbls elaraot resort, ba* lately ben unlartfd. and 
now u'.nt wis A Dew lloral labia*. 1'hr- bis' I.'maora 
and cigars at tbe Bit. Fir* large floe I j fornlsbad 
rooms, for oloba and prly^ta paitiea ootbalrowa 
itirni-i and rales, Jfi"-im 



f 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEANf SURGThG BREAKERS 
FOAMIflG SURF, MGRSUR SEA L'ONS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Suppers. 

SIRING YOUR 1VIFKI 

Bltixo TOUR PAM1H.TI 
BRING YOUR LAUY FRIKNDR 

AodenjoraTiew of tba flu*** OOHAN PANO- 

KftMAlNIUf. yVUUI.U, all in sight of 
tbe world-teno>vned 

Golden Gate. 

With afliiot of wb't&awlnRtd moeseoiwrs entering 
from every part of lh* coin inertia, world. 

■V-New Lino Basseti, connecting with Btreot 
Oaront I.nne Moutitrin otary 15 minnt*B* h*rrafUr 
for the Cliff Ilo-jfa jyl-tt 

R. MEN D EZ, 

No. 19 Coaiy Street 

UrLErlD 3L.I03S", 

FARKAIVD EASY every 
Kntnrday aienlng at fl o'clock. 
Pest Wines anH L>qaorB, The 
■'O.cl Sport" will »lwa*a DO OB 
band to m«et hie lriuuds. 

jnW 




THEATRE, HIN.HTBI1. AND MAS- 
Ql'JRiBK KKQUIBEMEXIH 

wuoij:.*ai.e. 

Tight-, Pads, Harlfoain, Clown aod Anlsna 
DresaeF, Maske. 8parel ( >s, and O^d anA 8«T« 
Trimmings NA'lHAN JOftrvPU 4 q 00., 

1.03. 



•341 (Jl-.y Street. 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADIES' 

FASHIONABLE HAIR ORESHR 

lias lUmotid to 
S A 1 WASUUJG TON ST.. 
Fonr door, below Stockton sua. 
H.irsrork of all Dosorlptiona made to-order 
ObarRea moderate. 




jollln 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OQAS. V. BEHOOIJ). IHOPhllTOB. 

|SHE OQOIOEST HEATS A*P 
1 Vonetaolos, Board b, too wood. 
A.a TltsA (.TRA'kT t.alire.D Koaro, 



WELCHIVIEN AHOY. 

11RY JONES' SU B5 1 1 1 UTS FO 4 VITRIOL. 
. BUohjM.ataAAtmk."" aolMal 



I 



■ 



FI G A^ L O - : 

TTZZ JOCBNAt «K AMOeKKKHTB. 
t*at>Uased ererr Day "» t°» V—a by 
1» BOGABDUi 



-t*lo« MoDUOBtiT, 8an Francisco. 

BATUBDAt JANUARY 10, 1874 



PACIFIC COAST rRAPrUTIC MEWS. 

BACTU.M**TO -Mi« M»> Howard look ft b«n»Bt 
at too ateuoDolitan Tbeatraoo Monday latt. Mi" 
Kate Doola Bid* bar firet appearance an tola oc- 
• a.'on; "Solid Silror" w*e performed. Oa Wad- 
aeidiy. lit »at«rtaisnieBl ceBefated of "Lady 
Andler'a Peoret, " on Thare'ey, Mi»a Howard, at- 
paar-d in ha- own plar ol "Good aa Oi!i" ar-d oa 
Priaay, "faa Wasdarlas Hair" was preaented fa* 
taa laat time. At (ha matinee to-day' Solid biIw*" 
will be placed, and Profaaaor Kabar'a Talking Ma- 
©biae wdlba exh>»>t#d. On Monday, Win Howard 
will Uk* bar farawvll baneflt. and make ber lut 
tao'trtcce, pTeyirjf la a dramat Ratlen from tb" 
Freaab ol Dama', entitled *L» Prinoaai Geora-e." 
On Minday. iba fameoatracio actraae.Mis* Kat # 
Bagaya. will make ber tint appearance in Califor- 
nia. 

Tallejo.— "The Laocaiblre Lbjb" wi 1 be p*r- 
. ar -ato. to-aight by a company from tie C.l.fornia 
Tbaatra. 

ii» Jon— Vaoagat Dst.eey doesn't Iika to in 
ya*t ton heavily la providing the poeple o' Baa Joae 
wltb dnmatla ectarUinmaaU at tha < p:r. 
Hoaar, and profaaalosal* from fiao Franciio- 
don't ear* about aiming "profit*." ao at 
■reient toe Opera Home la cloud. However, 
Baa Joaa tta torn- ammaroeat. Prof. Oarr lao- 
tored lait night on"Hortlonl nre and ita Relit ion 
to Civilisation." A lectnra on oabbage grewlng 
wocld b»v- aaitad the Sao Jo leans ttill better 
aabal'g "mora practical." 

Fobtlakd, O.— 1 ha congregation of Trlsity 
Pariah ware to give aa entertainment at Oro Fiao 
Theatre laat Wtdaaeday , for tbe parpose of rail- 
ing funds to boild aboepiUL Tbia does the th:a- 
ire aid the ohurob iu good wort. 

BaJLT Lass OITT.— Laat Monday J. A, Herre 
•amnenoed an engagement at tbe theatre ia "Kip 
Tan W -k*aV 

VlMlSla Crxr.— On Saturday night Little Fay 
Tern pie ten took her farewell benaBt at P.psr'e 
Opera Hooaa. Tbe ootnedyof "Still Wetere Bon 
Deep," and the eztravagai za of "Parepa Hoea" 
were preaeotad. 

Gabson City.— Fay Tempeton, Mi.a Alice Yane, 
end Joan Templetoo opmad at tbe Taeatre on the 
jtb to a good bonaa. 



War Declared. 

Some n*orl* ta<k of Oaba, 
And speik of wax with Scale, 

Hoping oar sol 1 mr.- Will go forth 
And takeibeapanisb toatii, 

Bnt wiaer men parfer to go 
And get an oyater stew 

At tba KooKaway House oa Market street, 
Bo el* gtnt and oe«. 

Hera m n can talk their baoinea* 
WhiU Deaned in a pi!e 

Oj- t«r« and diff -r*nt kiod of flab 
Are cook d In every *tj!*, 
A pnvsie door on tdis direst, 

Adm ts tbe ladiaa f.ir 1 ^ 
Wail- trie tatton for rl -ssrwo 

Makes -verjboiy etare. | 
For bo - loeas man, and other folks 

It o*ver ca b* beat. 
Tbe fo«d is ko< d, tbe prioea low 

At 1004 Market street. 12-x 

liD. Keehmee. Proprietor, 



0. Peyier, 710 Montgomery Street. 

Wishes t ) inform hie frlendi and cu- to-cers 
that be baa removed back again o his old 
stand, baa enlarged bis ttore, and baa on band 
tbe ohf apeet a d finest etocg of Men's, Yontb'e 
and Boy's Cletblng eyer openet. in this city; and 
also, a fine 6t ";k of Men's and Bo.v 'a Ftunieblng 
Goods. Do j't fjrgtt the number. Call before 
examining elsewhere. lis 

Important to Smokers. 

Few men In San Frincl co are aware that 
he en'urvrMng firm of Eabn & Hits are em- 
ploying white fimales labor. In tbe m&nnfac- 
tnre of their Olgars. The t*ry be.-t mat *la,l Is 
He d lu this et'ablUhmeni. GjII and convinae 
yoor-eif at 773 Market street, between Third & 
Pooith ttr-it. Finett brands Havanj. Olgars 
oonstaiit'y on hand. n-i 

For Photo-crayons. 

And reproduction In a etiperlor style, go to 
EdoQard & Oobb. 666 Eesrny et, tear Cali- 
forcla, Tt ose dealring any of tbe above for 
Onristmaa presents, ebotild make appll;atlcn 
before the rain sets in, and so avoid disap- 
pointment , satisfaction guaranteed In all 
ca&es 6i 



X>o N ot Sutler trom Cor n m. 

The unfortunate sufferers Irom Gems, Bos' 
long, Club and Ingrowing Nails, can find Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowan's butt- 
tote, 810 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p.*. We 
f*wak from experience, baring tested the Doc- 
ter*e capability. Beferenoee civec Itreauired. e 

> " -'■ 
Dr. Doiierty 

H»b devoted bis study more partfeulajriy to 
chronic and speoifio practice, and as eucb Is 
sow tbe most successful of any Physician In 
Ban Vrazcisoo. Office 610 Bacramento street, 
corner of Leldeedorfl, a few doors oelow What 
Oh*«r Hour* T 

0aia> Hoorc, 

7ormexly of Buss Bouse Carriages, can be 
loand in front ef Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
tablishment, sontbwest corner Bun and Mont 
fomery sta., or Dexter Stables. Oarriaae orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
ft nleht, at reduced rates. Pel 



JL JPlea*»xit Location, 

Persons desiring cosi'ortable lodgings In a 
Central location, sbonU, visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect tbe fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tne building is a very fine one and is well 
lighted and van t<H (;>'.. k 

Tb© Mitlnfo Fruit Stoi-e 

Keeps the ch'lc-st varlttkB cf donsesllo 
and Import d ftulti, j«llle«, confectionary etc, 
and a Us at tha lowut r t; . Pur' 1 , htaltby 
Apple Ode-, f eah fr im tbe press every day. 
Mo. 403 Busb atr eet, QO"; doora ooye Kearny. If 
Beaily CUolCt CJg*v 
Can onlv >e obtained at tbe Orlett.l Oi.-ar 
Store, 229 Bnsh St .ppout -M rcaorile Library, 
where tn a very fioe>t Havana olgars and To . ac • 

to are alwaja o n hacd- 12-d 

Watfuo-i, Jewelry JEtc. 

Of every deaoription. at tbe very lowest prioea 
gt H. A '. llenuer'a K. W. corner of Second and 
Mission Btrtets. vTatcb^a cart folly repaired. 8P 

Bemembfr the place to boy firs' •class buttar, 
eggs and cheese, is Ko. 72 and 73 California 
Market. 12? 



err*su a Sweet. 
Far tha beat confectionary; r» to Oaaty and 

Wagaaj'i, 107 Montgomery St. near Sntcvc M 



FQREIBN DRAMATIC NEWS. 

The new oomedy. ••Charity," by W. S.Gilbert, 
waa prodaeed at the Haymgrket, London, J&nn- 
aryJd. 

ObarltaDicken'e Christ mat itory. "rhe Battle 
of Life," ia inpr«paratiO0fortbeatagsbr»«0Bof 
lk* great aoveliit. 

Ahnrle qae by Byron, of wbioh GnyFawkaaia 
fie hero willeoon babroajbton; in Locdoa, with 
Tool* in tha leidmg part. 

A m l-dr*m».with the ieaaation»l tills rf "Riv- 
mond and lgte.;>r, Tbe BleadingNan of Liolea- 
berg." ia anaeng tha promiaed Londeo noveltiai. 
Mr. Albery has prodaeed another play, '•Mar- 
ried," wblob, according to London advieer, ia a 
(allure. Il waa at flrat announced aa belog tba 
joint prodootlon of the lata Mr. Robertson and 
Mr. Albg-ry, bat Mr. Biberuoa's name waa with- 
draws at tha jmperetlva rtqneet of bis widow, 
wbodeniea hla haviog had aay bead in its ooo- 
atraetion. 

Mr. ftienlawekl bai accepted tbe position st the 
Broasels Conservatory, rendered ivaetnt by tbe lll_ 
aassand res;gsatioa of Mr. Tienz fmps. Iheap. 
polntment la one that does boner le the director, 
Mr. Oevaert, and will receive tbe cordial endorae- 
naaBt of all tba vialin pntilaol tbe oouiervatery- 
Tbenon-prodocttco, laat season at Drory Lane. 
ef Her Majesty's Opera, by Mr. MslUboo, of 
Balfe's postbomona opera, "111 TeUtaneno" (M» 
Walter Soott'a tale), was aicr.bai to tne prima 
donna Madame Cbrlatine Niliaon, bnt tbe lady 
baa formally denied this, and has made a f .-raal 
ftt:pnlatioa in her new eontraot witb tbe direc- 
tor that the work aba 1 ba prodaoad for her first 
appearance, next May, in order that she may ful- 
fil ber promise to the late composer, to undertake 
the part of tbe heroine. 

Mdms. Arabella Goddsid arrived at Colombo 
from A tt trails oa the leihof November. She w^s 
to proceed in a fortnight io Mtdiae, atd ibence to 
Calcutta and Bombay. 

The Louden Era prophesied great tfainga coc- 
osmicg Mr Blantha-d'a paQiamlme, ' Pass ia 
Boots." wblob was to be produced attfaeOryiUl 
Palace, SidenhatF, f rLhnstmaa. Tbe scenery 
wis entrusted ti 'dr.F. Feoton and tbe Brother, 
Brew. Tbe first aam*d promtted a pietnr* re- 
pre.enting tbe eteciog tf a valmtine, atd tbe 
second "A good bay 'a dream." 

Harsaan, tbe Fatalist, the sceoe of which Is laid 
iaBoaae. and "BackngHam," the plot of wbioh is 
based on the Engllah civil wars, are the titles of 
two sew drams* hsta the pso of W. G. Will*, 
the sotbor of "Onarles the Firei." end "Eugene 
Aram." 



The Yoniiff Slain from trie Bast. 
•' I'm a stranger In tt I j city, 

I'm lat-ly trom the East, 
And mighty fond of oyster : . : 
Where ean 1 1< t a feast ? 
I've be. n to all -he restaurants, 
But no*h*-re cnld I find, 
A plate ef Fa tern oysters, 
Of the old-fa>hioned kind." 

" Well. I can tell son," said hi* frknd, 

"ExaC'ly Where to ko, 

And wn<-ru to get jonr oysttrs. 

Direct from wher- they now 

Jnst take a etroll down PlNE 8TBEET, 

At 110. below the Marktt, 

You'll tee a elgu, *TtiE bADDLE BOCK, 

Tou can't Cell to remark It. 

" Emerson Ocrville ke^ps the place, 
The best ealooo in town. 
Then yon cau g-)t your ovBtera raw. 
Or fried so crlf p and broom. 
He's tbe 1 rg*n oyster aeaier 
On tha Pacific Ooa-t 
And that he seeps the freebest 
Ho* ever been hla boast. 

" He'd tot nice little p lvi'e ream-", 
Where you can rit &i esse, 
And rat yonr O* lforni-i stew, 
Or Eastern If j. u please. 
A:l the young mt-u of fuhion go 
Jtltgtitto tbe SADDLE BOCK, 
To i at their EA8TEBN OYSTEB8 
And drink their Hbenieh hock." 



Ladies in tbe abovo bandtome csirlages may 
be seen any lime during tbe day in front of SIS 
Keamy street, near uuBh ttreet, waiting (for a 
few momet t?) for a dozen or two cf thote cel- 
ebrated Written Vl-iting O-rd', so elejantly 
txecutd by John P. Dwyer card writer for the 
Grand Hotel. N. B.— Cards wii-tep, eneraTftd 
or print dd In tae Utd«t and moct fsshlora>le 
ityle, handkerchief * merk d, tt'ncll pla'es 
neatly cut, and monogram? engraved and 
printed, ii. T 

Happy Ifew Year. 

For Bon Bons atd Mottos f.r your New 
Tear's t*ble, go to "The Uadltg Candy 
Store," George Haas & Go's, 20 Kearny tt.-eet, 
near Market. Their display of holiday fancy 
goods will totally eclipse any former exblvltlon 
of tbl i very popular firm. They havo also im- 
portd the most ele^aat ansoitm^t of French 
Gaudy Boxes and Oornnocptas ever teen In this 
city. ^^_*__ U ' B 

«3o Where \J\o *• Woodbine" 
Twlueib 

and partake it tbe lexer es it be found 
then. Tbe be't of seasonable hot punchea 
Of all kit ds. "wonderful" Inoclei every day 
and Ei t tt Private parlors, gentltmany treat 
meot by tie proprietor of the "Woodbine." 
Geo. * olliB, Ko. 1 Morton ttrett, one dotr 
from the great thoronghf«e— K-arny street. 
Oalll _ 12bh 



isa J_j Wauffaiuan'A New Sa- 
loon* 

Corner of Hallech and Lelde^dorff street?. 
Large a d ommolioun saloon ceit ally lo.a- 
tvd, with ante-roomp, Eupplied with tba best 
brMidi o' Liquors aod Olnre; bouLteons hot 
lonch— his gre.t specialty — nerval from 11 a. 
m. t j 2 f. m , ana acoli luu;h afierwarJe. Drop 
In ax d "bo satl*fled." 12bh 



The «U St^nd-a.'l SMOeotnes Street. 

Opposite tbe American Exchange, where the 
pabltc will find the finert brands of Wines end 
Olgars the market aff.rd*, al o a first-class 
Ion oh served from 11 to 2. Millik.n it Day 
proprietors. lte, 

The DallCdcy of all Sessions. 
Is B. F. Btjkkzb's Glnn 8 usape; Hs f^me bss 
spread far and wl *e throughout tue la' d. Tbe 
only pla^e to obtvln tils celebrated Sausage it 
at stalls 71 and 75 California Marktt. Hz 



Dental Works. 

Fob rxHxsr ocaurr of work, go to T. 0. Jes- 
sup, dentist, cor. Sutter md Montgomery, over 
Tucker's. 3-tj 

Maze Bachert, rue .mist. 

(Late of Saronr'e In New Xork,) now with 
Bradley & Bnlofson, lslesning his Elite For- 
traits. x, 



McDowell, »raow Card ^tVx-lter 

Beady made and n../e to order. Boom 10 

60s Market street, cor. Port and Montgomery o 

Our butter and obe^e" wa bougtt at TJhap- 
man's, 72 ml 73 Oallfornla Market, and pro. 
nounoe It snporlox to any in the m riet 12v 



in stroiling round the other ul^ht, 
To look at 'JT I ceo by gaa lrght, 
L/nr oareleee f est , by ohanoe old stray 
To wn« rv a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of rparkUng w iters, made a screen 
fbrousn which a tweet bourruct wag Been | 
While luofay stone and pearly shell. 
O'er which the wt.:trs softly fell. 
Made that wtn-eow reem to be 
C-Dtce fairy grotto of tbe sea. 
stop," said my friend, "let's go In hero 
(t looas ao nice— and try their obeer.'T 
"All rlgbt," I said, '-I must agree 
That this place suits me to a *T."' 
So Booner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Sftade bta appearance, asked our wl *h — 
Batd they nad alLaott any dleh 
That we mlgot name. We found It trn', 
And cooked maffmfemtty, foe; 
All Slnde of oysit-rii, Juicy, fat. 
Cooked every style; Just think of that, 
And if your month don't water, then 
Ton 're different from other men. 
They'd ^lunsand crab* and terrapins;' 
In fact, we found tbey had within 
That cosy place all kinds of gsme, 
Fleh, fieeh or fowl wbioh we ocrJd nam?. 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladles, too, have loand, 'twould seem, 
That tbey have here tbe beet Ice oream; 
3o here they flock, the little sinners. 
To get what they call "such nice dinners," 
Wiiorvfir doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty -seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain : 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster House, 337 Bosh street, above 
If jutgomery; open Day and Nigh'. 

OHAKLiSb HAAKS. Proprietor. 



*X*He Art of Dancing; and. X>e- 
portment. 
Tiose who appreciate culture will be glad to 
learn that Professor 0. H. Lester bag opened 
an Academy for the purpose tf t. aching, not 
only dancing, bnt those graces of deport-nenl 
without which no one can shine la society. Prof. 
Lester is a thorough master of his art, one of 
the be tt on tbls tide of tbe Booby Mountains. 
a'tet are held at Grarjd Central Hall on the 
con er ol Sixth and Haaktt -treetb on MondayB 
and Thursdays. 

*J. Vogr^ioy <te riroa. new Candy 
Sioro. 
At 28 Seoond street near the Grand Foiel, is 
without doubt the most elegant Candy ttore in 
he city, and the orow t rl ladles who patronize 
it openly declare their admli at ioD, eft ae cost y 
atd magniflceit appoii tmeLt' of tee stnre, and 
praise the quality of the candles sold to ere. 
The supply of fancy boxes, coroucopiae Ohtlat- 
mas tree trlmm<< gs, and French confectionary 
f r tbe holiday tradd will be nnrUalled. 12o 



Hair Goods. 

The obespeat piece In the city t> bny Human 
asd Imit t on ealr goods, Tjys, Dolls, Blbbons 
et:., lathe New York store 110 Second street. 
Agency for hair silk goods, raVeof pure silk 
Xo branch stores. Goods s nt, O. D. The 
N w York , tJTn hhB b.-en established for years, 
and Ib the leading one in the city. 



Holiday Hats, 

Oertainly a new nat Is about a? pleasant a 
holiday gift as oaa be imagined. There Is an 
lmmesBt stook of Hit* to telect rom at "The*' 
Hat Et re, 6i7 W.tb cs'on street (second bat 
ttore below K^an yj . The newest Etyes at r a. 
son&ble i rices- 12- J 

Special -to Ladles. 

For dressmaking in all its branches and the 
latest styles, call on Mrs. J. J. Walker, at S10 
Post street. Term- reasonable. 3 Oj 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Savings and Loan Society t 

CIO CL1T STBKET, 

ATA MBEKING Ufc' 1E« BOARD OF DI- 
reorors bbld J'.n^ri' 6, l67l, a dividend w. ■ s 
declared, fr.-e I f Federal u.z, of am (9) d r ce t, 
par aonuTt on alt d pisit-, for the aix months end- 
ioe Dacao- ber 31, 19 3, psoble on acd alter ibe 
15th I.J8LSJU-. UYRDS W.OAHMAJJr, 

j»9-2* ULshier. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Land Mortgage Union of 
California. 

ATA MEETING CF THE BO'BD OF DI- 
reotir*,be d tbia date, January 7tb, a dividend 
of did* (9) owr ceut. was deolar-d on tbe capital 
Biock end !•- veEtioe sbarni sobacribed prior io tbe 
1 t d.s olJuly, 1873, aid tec (10) per coot, on fixid 
d-poefffl, and elicnr (8) per oint. on ordinary di- 
pooii?, fr^oof Keder.l box. .- tockholaere and in- 
vesting m*mb»rs are r- qa^stad to preseut, their 
a rtificateaar the office, 1X3 Poet street, to bare 
their dividends entered tbereos. 
" >-3* JOHN T. OABTEB. Beoretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 
SECURITY HAYINGS BANK, 

804 Sauiome Street* 

AT A MEETING OF THE B"ABD OF 
Directors fceld December 30tb,lB7 , a dividend 
to depositors was declared for the term ending 
D^L-embnr Slat, 1871, at the rate of nine and six- 
t<ntbs (9 6*10) D-ridi t. peranoam ou term de- 
posits. »oi eiftbt (8) p«r ceot. per annum on ordi- 
nnry depieiu— pay bie on and after January 2, 
1874-Irea of Federal tax 
ja5-2» T. F. BACON, Secretary. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

f OS California St., cor. Webb. 

FpOR THE HALF YEAR, ENDfNG WITH 
31.-t D-cemDnr, '873, a diyidtnd baa been de- 
clared. »t tbora»eof Nina (9; per c- tt ,.e.- gnom 
on Term Depoaiie, and Stvcn and ooe-bali (T- : . j 
P*r cut. peran- n<n on Urd narr Dsoosi'S, fr*e of 
Fe-eral I ax, pijiblo ou rfter 12 h J.moarv, B74, 
■By urder. IiuTELL Vt HllK. Oaabter. 

ja -Iw 



DIVIDEND NOTICE, 

The German Savings & Loan Soc'y . 

THE BOARD OF DIKEOTIOX OF THE 80- 
oiu'T have derlared tbe dividend for tbe eeo- 
' r> ' ^ ,-lf j. tr of 187J, • LdtDR tbie oatp, attbe ratf' 
of n n« (^) per cett pe* • "o m on Term Deposit-, 
snl *-v-o and ■ n.— o.At (7,' ; ) ucr cen-. per inoca 
ou Ordinary D.p_„,iti, f re« of F-dtr-1 tix, pajable 
on an3 aft-r J^noary 15, l.-7i. Br orde-, 

OK i. LLirii, beoietary. 
laMw 



DIVIDEND NOTICE, 

California Savings &Loan Society, 

CIS CALIFURNIA STREET, 
Oaarantee Caipllal, 8300,000. 

THB DIRKC OH5 OF THE ABOVE PO01- 
ey bave declared a dividend of t*n (10) pt 
ce t, per anauca on term depotiu, and eignt (B) 
p»r cent nor annum on ordh»»r* dtpoaits, lor tbe 
term r>ndi )r Slat Daoembaf. 1873, Iraa from Fed- 
eral tax, and pliable r.r, ana after ath Janniry 
1871. By order. D. B CHISHOLM, Btc'y, 

d.8lJ31 



ART ASSOClATiON. 

OPESIHiO or 

WINTER EXHIBITION. 

rriHE GALLERY OF THE 'SAN FRANCfSOO 
I An Aesociation.atS FINE STBSBr*, ! D0W 
open to tba pnbliu daily, frtm ID a m. to 5p.m, 
and from 7 to 10 P. at. 

A splendid col eoiien of 

CASTS FROM THE ANTIQUE 

I* on exbibition for tb* first tim», embracing many 
rt \,d- mot' fimous Greek sta<ues and Partbenon 
1 iltzj Ri levos. Alao iror.j tban 

Oae MandreU Original OU PuletlDKa, 

Inclad ice the celebrated piotore br Jacobs, of 

"fAHSON A>D VELUAH," 

Seaaontloketi.BdmiitiDgeentlemau and lady, S3, 
birgle admUr-ioo. 50 oeme. dl6-tf 



That Gorgeous Furniture 

....FOB THE.... 

HOLIDAYS 

HAS ARRIVED. 

COV&y3 a.xxca SEE IT. 
CALIFORNIA 

Furniture Manf 'g Co. 

220 to 226 BUSH ST. 

del (Mm 



attention, Good Livers! 

VI a- F- BERGES. FORMURLV 

•.'X proprietor of the Miners' tiee- 

tanrant. naa trken tbe tnanaAemeut 

a: botb tba Miners' Rcsiaarant oh 

Commercial street and tbe Mi n era' 

Braoob on Market street, Our Bills of Far* 

emb^*oe all tbe delicAeiee of tbe ssasot. Om 

motto :a "CrOOd Fare. Good Oooking and Modaral* 

^hareea." 

P. BEHeSA <b CO. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

K81 and SSS Commercial z.~f 
T89 Market street. 
Open rom 5 am. to io p.m. ee!8-tf 



falggOBlol 

fRSTPREMIUMAWARDrF 

Dr. HENLEY'S 




At the State Fair, Sept. 1873 

THE DILI HEL.IAB1.1C X-JAIO 

AH0 RECUPtBtTOR. DON'T BE K1I5LE6D BV 

LONG ANO POMPOUS ADVERTISEMENTS, 

BU ( USE THE 10KG-TRIED AH 3 ONLY 

Sure Invigorator 

KNOWN, THE UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS 

ANi IMMENSE SALE OF WHICH, FOR 

THE L«ST FIVE YEA.'.S. PROVES 

IT TO EE th; 

KING OF ALL TONICS. 

Read Pb<eiotanB' ceitidcate attaobei to f-aoh 
bot% : e. Ex mine Bwornbtatementsof ooreBCtffeot- 
ed. "l lil at h~- office. 

For sale by all Druggists and liquor Dealers 
B. £PS1EIN A CO., 80 e Proprietor.. 
St 8 Front Street. cell 



S. F. and If . F. B. R. Co. 



CHANGE OF TrrtlE 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE BEYSERS. 

ONANDAFTFR JUNE 1, 1873, THE STKiM 
or ANTELOPK, oonnectioK at Dooaou* Land 
irjg witb the San Franouco & North P««iQc Rail 
road Oompany for Oloverdale and all intermedial 
itatiorjB, will leave San FranciBOO daily (buuday. 
ezepted). from Front atfeet ^ barf . at 2 :30 E .at. Re- 
turninc, tbe train will leave Oloverdale daily at 
6:06 o'clock AM , connecting at Donanue with tb« 
Bte mer acd arriving in Sau Fiancisoo at 11 :lK» A.M 
l ce ateamers and care makn close conneotloiu 
with stacea to ao<i frr*m all points 

No more bUAD.l'V EXCURSIONS nntll far- 
ther notice. 

On and niter MONDAY Decern b.ir laM'Stearaer 
ANilL*JPi£ wit leave Front^tftfet whtif at 2 
P. u Train arriving a Oloverdale at. 7: 5p. m. 

•df-Por nil information apply at tbe Oompany'B 
OfflL-a.l** Bfootv'-m«m strf.et. 

apl8 PETi-.R DUWAHUE. Preeident. 



NEW GOODS 




Business Conducted on Fair 
and Honest Principles. 



one x*: 



IOP, 



ML GOODS WARRANTED AS 
REPRESENTED. 



New Goods Arriving Daily. 



THE LARGEST STOCK AND ICWEST PRICES 
OF ANT HOUSE IN 1HE CITV. 



CLOTHING, 
COARSE and FINE I 




The Fortunate Man Who Bu j s hie Clothing 
at the IXL AUCTION STOKE, 




THE UNFORTUNATE MAN WHO: 
DOES NOT. 



UNDERCLOTHING, ALL GRADES: 



White Shirts for the Million, 



SAKTGEJa HALLE, 

14 Geary Street, near Kearaj, 




DEPOT OF wbVaKu A KaauWR'S 

BAY BREWERY BE€R« 

5 Cent a a G-Ut>. 
nolS-'.l OHK1S FELDM4SK. 



GOOD WORK. ! LOW Fa&ICJBS * 

LOVEJOY &~WILLIAMS. 

NEW PBOTOOBAPHIO OALLEBT, 

1*8 Kearny etreet, ootoatte White Uosse. 

JO. WILI.I.4MS (LATE OF BRADLEY A 
• Rolofaon'O and W, E. LOVEJOY (late of 
Vaaerao'f) btviog aeeociated tbemeelveB to- 
;eiutr i'.lict ttta pitronr.j^ of >belr frieQdnand 
th» poblic generally, and none their Unit experi- 
ence will be £-narant«e tbat tbey will do Brst-oiaaa 
work. daJ-^m 



FAKCT KOOJiS, WATCQE.8, 

JE ffELBY, KOTIOA'S, PIPES, 
r£KFlMKS, SiiTIONFRT, 

£N6L1SH CiTLlBI, XJJTJAKi, 

BAGS, T1I.18E8, TOBACCO, ele. 

A FULL LINE OF 

Rubber Clothing 

CALL HO SEE FOK TOl KSKI.i 
lilt 



II) 



C] 




IXL Auction Store: 

618 Kearny 8t., 



Corner of Commercial 



Hon 




'Heald 






* > at rocr iraiiT 




tro 






CANARY BIRD* I 
nut aw in 



>C I ill 



»»■ l»A»CI»:-'\ l»tr«D» AB.Y K>. 



IIX. ■ . s 




» mm 

WBtlKi 



MAMMOTH SALE 



DRY GOODS 



HIW ALIAMBBA TI1ATKI. 



BUCKLEY'S new VARIETIES 



DOC A G XT X JFL DE ' 



CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 



AT 



• ATI RDAT ADO »T»DAT tVIIKH 



* Afrhii, 






nwuiuiH J 

'Willi',: 

0THI1VG, | 

!* and FlNi 






IlKuWI'ihjiLi'.- 

niiitmi ma 



-. 



IITWMTE**" 1 
DOE! NOT. 

Irtsftrltoll* 

IU, «»««"• 
»t,«itiift' 1,B 

««IA»'»"" B 

utna, «»"*•" 

,[U usi <" 

Clothin 



People's Palace 

OTE» 

OiuMjuarti-r el A Mllliui sf 
H.tllar* Y.iliip 

TO SELECT FROM. 

GRAND CONSOLIDATION 

•XVWX> STOCKS. 

Or Hoise Yesterday Was Crowded. 
PEOPLED PALACE, 

TBB g>ttT 

COMMISSION HOUSE 




....or tei... 



911 and 913 Market Street. 



TUB MUJIKI, LH»»|S 



Jarke 

a'lorif 



p.*.. an 

u 

- 

r.t<-« r»i« iiiir i..»ri » 
"•rri UTTU • • - 



OK ■ 

w r iiik 

mni 

HlllltU 



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3E O O 



wm.i-M . * m bi< i 



MAMMOTH PROCRAMMK 

DOUBLE VARIETY COMBIHATIOI 
Plft.ou noAiiimil L«<llo» 
t»»<». tan. <«« • T.W... tinMi.il> 
n«%r lilll or x « r aoBAi. BBAMA 

Ten Nights in a Barroom. 

»ATIRDAV AMD SUNDAY rVINIKO* 



FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG MO FUI 

»I«U»..- Ml uj. TtmiTT m.i aaooia. 



tor Orc«.< aou|« nutl Chuntoa. 




rlll'I.IULT oro. a IIIOBT'I IIWSI V'MIIII. 



THE SIEGRIST TROUPE 

IN 1I111K IVO.MIF.KFII. p AH I OB H AM »: «. 



THE SmfaAMt 

JtOOB WAMHCBELL ■ Shoamikar o. S, KNttiUT 

WlhlH-.RFORliE 04HTKR a Tailor BILLY 8WKATNAH 

OAPT. UARKY WALLS in !©»• with Obrtatlof- (JHABLHV REED 

WM. UOOK .... • Sport JOHNNY RICK 

JOB.!* TANK a Sport BILLY WBLUH 

JUSTICE OF OOURT CON. T. MURPHY 

FOLIOS »0. 1 D. J KHKRWOOD 

C'lIRISTllfE Wamacbali'a daofhtar JEMIIE Mil KM AN 

MRS. OARTkR O. HICHAROS 



t ml in* 
■SM 

f .•« D«aa* 

Uaif h . a 



1-IHr I fitwmi 
■ •*■*•* Ma>r*a*a 

■ •it*- niMt** 

Waltar faa-tt* 
• ««■•• Ml. f*|a4r 



THS HAUNTED TAVERN. 
r. M*rtla*r* Q— r f Paaetr Asa U 

T»>»«UhT»aa «*«r1*> Hr< 



■ tin 



MKEIK UilMI 

laws ni«*« 

M-ilif I,«rar«s4 
rM»» Wah a taw 

Ur*r- ■ ll*va»> 

»»■*» r.»fir Zaiaa* 

AI'tUllATII- FBITI LUX MMnil.U 

S*aa«r !»*«•?«■ ._ M.|«i- Hrt«w 



sTalrh WpttslHlllaa 



THE SIAMESE TWINS. 

P»rka D M I Sad.... 



*-■» 

Haas ■•!•. 



. M*ni' Hi. <i«if 



Dnablt- PolkM fffh.U. awia M'llx ni 

COMIC NDMJK I.I7.7.IK UAH 



JVIORTI MORFJ. 



To conclude with lbs Morel Drama of 

TEN NIGHTS in a BARROOM. 



Joa Morfir) tha Droakard 

Bt.lt B iuw....i P. IiuoaI Bnttnobolar.. 

Mr, li*Xt»T....mbo triBll id offlo* 

Himon M»dt keeper of tb« TaT.ra 

frank bUilf .. hi* bod 

Howard a Ocnt««l Bam 

Mary M or»4D Joa's d>hgbt 

Mr*. Mor|Ao,...JoA'a wife,., 



HmI of Cbaractata b'f tba 6o»pAAf . 



0»orc« ro«l«r 

M»rry Dcroy 

WiW Park! 

... lio«b»r M«rtoA 
. Frank UottlMor* 

L*on rtaoiwvlaA 

M.fnia Kr*ar«r 

Moll. • LAForvaM 



piicific house, :'- 
olympic house 



Oowajtrtiul 
Llad««lorf MJva. 
•amy atr«At. oj*- 
poalt* the Plain 
R A LITOIT A COTRF.LI 



A 

great 

Tuiely 

of 



**&$$ 




&AT&- 



Rreit 



At tli« I X L AUCTION RTOHB, No. 618 anrl 040 KHIAHW STflKBT, cor, Commerclkl . 



COME ONE! COME ALL! 

Iq^O THK 0PP0HITIOWPU0TOOR4PH OAL- 
1 LlBT.ea* M*>-K*t»tf««t. i baflnalt aolAAhAA 
Rarahrjuiil oardn. fi nar dotan ; Oabloat, St p«r 
Idosoa. tiira t)>nci)l and w» ara tnra to DHKAAA 
I JOO. W. D. DYKK Aod OKUKOR K Will I Kara 
J i.h* w.'ll-ttTiown and po polar oporttora, tod J. R. 
I W1LL"UQ-<BV. rmi.r nf**«-lml#i 



TO CONNOISSEURS!! 
The Celebrated Brand 

....OF.... 

CHAMPAGNE 

CARTE DOR. 



F»r the rarity of lla qa.Hl> and the 
rt«ha«aa of IU Savor It la considered 
St JatfAjtAi to he the beAt fVtae In the 



in "» 

t«i» 



lorn" 



For Sale In Quantities to Suit. 

LOCKE & MONTAGUE, 

Sole Agents for Pacific Coast, 

118 A 114 BATTERY ST. 

■A> HAIIOIIOO. di29-!w 






California Ahead of the World 

IN 

WO0LENGO0DS. 

rpHE UNDKR»IQ\BD 18 IN RROKIP.r OF 
X flUikat*. Fiaooeh. Horae-BUakatlof, Ato. 
4lr«ct from tha Mil'F, and will ai>ll to lota toanit 
it, S3 Naw MontaotoAry atra»t: 

OEO At. MAIN, Accnt. 



THE OLD 

SOOtOll, 



1* M.rto. IMtt B« 

>JkJl X>rlniCB Ten Cents 

Mot Drinks a specialty. 



>G> ' 



* * 1? 

gss« 

<f cm 
II tr • 



& 



1! 



"13 

Mis 

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pg 



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Single Outside Rooms, 

WITH 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Mattragsea, 

AT TBTJt 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

AAA ■AlfSOMi: ITZEIT, COB. MAT, 

JF'iT'ty Cents por KT±g~Lx.-t 
And Leww by the Week. 



OPJaW Allll WIGHT 
Apr-38 L. J, EWEI.L, Proprietor. 




ANEW HAT STORE 

. On Montgomery St. 

NORIEGA" BRJ8., 
PRACTICAL 

HATTERS 

628 Montgomery St.. Near Clay. 

kAN FBANOI9CO. 

WE WOULD RRSPKOTFOLLY INFORM THE PUBLIC 
and oar naraeroa* natron* tbatwo hAra r>p«, *d our oew 
and»l-(r»ut niom do Montgomery Strkrt 1 , nour ci»f, whpre 
w .*\T ll ~, !oh8t .'" llll '«'' 0,,I>0 " n * Bd tb * VlNbSV ASHUUIMKNT 
of UATHiBdUAPan*areaa»dtotb« el<iz*i iS o( tot Paolflo 
Uon.- 1, AQd at prl •« wbiob vr.ll dwly oomp> itino . 

WA are al o prepared to mak» to order all tha Latest 8lTl.ES 
of Hats and ' Iapb nn »imr coHon 

OLRANING 'nd RKPaIKING oeatlt sod promntlj ex»oat«d. 

N. B. W« mil null ooDliaoe oar etoro at tbo nld rUnd. N* 
920 Dopoat et.roet. woaro oao bo foos ) our ofml ftood aniort- 
moDtof Koodi. and oomp^Uot bA;t-ra to Attend io tba w»oU 
ol ouatomera dealiOR tharo. NOUIJCitA HMOS. 



:E».A.oi:iF\ro 



1^?4E# 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



J. P. BOGARDUS, Publishei. 



THE ONLY HOUSE IN THE CITY WHERE THE ORIGINAL 
"GRAND DUKE ALEXIS TIES" CAN BE POUND! 
Also the Largest, 

CHEAPEST AND BEST 

SKLKCTED STOCK 

....OF.... 

Gents'. Ladles', Misses', 
Children's and Infants' 

BOOTS AND SHOES 

ETER OFFERED 

In San Francisco. 

BEERS & MAYNARD. 

No. 238 Kearny Street. 




ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 



Programme of >ll Established 



Places of Amusement 



IN SAN FRANCISCO. 



CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 



HI TBA TUB. 



GENERALLY THB0U8H0DT THK CITY 



1 



FIGARO." 

'»* JOUBIJAL OF iMUSBKEHTS. 
JOl'afcel •••rj Day in ">• »•»">» 



• ■• Kmuu »»1 MM, WetaUMton ■ 
S«low Moatrom.ry. Ban 7tmcWoo- 



BATTJBDAT JANUABY 10, 1874 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 

Tbs Opeba House.— Ajj immense andl- 

•ooe oossprislcg tns bsst people of Ban Frnc- 
olico. atteak-l'd at this noose last n.gbt, and 
neerl ti snlojsd tbs rendition of *I1 Trorators," 
by Had i me AiKbi Stales. Mm. Geo T. Etidv 
Bicoor Pietro Baoeei. Sieoora BiBothi.BignorOr- 
laadiai.SiKnor FnMo Rlgo end Mom. Cfasrlea, 
hrVe«b^&(ol Measfftr eCamfre. F.ombsfin- 
nln« to end 'be perform woe wet a snceesa, and »U 
eecrettod that it would eel be repeattd wilb tbe 
anas east at some early date. To-nigbt, the oatr- 
ed> ol ' Mieawbsr tj. Hasp.*- la which J. P. Bur- 
nett has mid* snob a bft as Uriah Heap, and tbe 
farje of "Baantifol Forever'; will b» plerad. The 
ub, blU »iU oonstitnte tbe eaUrtainment at tba 
matinee t«-day. 

ALHA31BBA THEATBE — The .011116086 0011- 
ooarae of piopla as-embKd in this tiieiire last 
mgbt was a worthy tribute to a mw«ir wbo baa 
a»ared neither labor nor oaon«y to provide amnee- 
■emtforths pnblic. Maocger Ma go ire bas s*l- 
dots taken a beoefi:, bat when he baa It is bat doe 
to the pnblio W> say that ittiberaUy reapondtd 
Thenerformanoe was »o eioollsot one and gave 
general satisfaction. At tbe matinee t9-day and 
again tbiaeraniag tbe capiUl bill wbicb has drawn 
■aob crowded homes dorlng tbe week will be pre- 
sented. Itsppeiri la fall on onr first page. 

Gjjjfobnia Theater.— At tbe matinee ta- 

4aj and again this evening tbe htgbly sacosssfai 
eaeouoaUr play of "Tbe Naiad Queen" will bt 
Vreeented with all Us rich attractions. Tbe bill -t 
it extremely floe, M'Hes Sophia and Belts Rem- 
meUborg. and tbe charming H'lle Marie Gaagain 
•aa •oerce I j be sar&aesed in aoy theatre lo the 
Doited SUUa ia the paade cloches. TbeGirara*, 
Profeisor O'aUardon, Harry Oil rk at d M'ile Laura 
and tbe grand march of tbe Amar-sns are aa popu- 
lar features a* ever, and tbe wonderful mystery of 
the box aad big ia now brougbtie each perfection 
eats be si pleating as it ia bewildering. 

OPEKA NlOHT — CaiTPOBHIa. THjbATBB.— 
On Sunday evening tbe obarming opera of "La 
Favorite" will be presented, with Madame Iner 
jTnbbrlas Leooora, Signer Baooei aa Ferdinand. 
8IaTnorOMandtBlasAHoHBoXI..Miae Anna Elz r 
aa Inez, F. Rigoal Balthszir, and Moos. Charles 
as Don Qaapar By perm iision of Barton Hill tbe 
SaaametabargSiatertand full corpi do ballet ol 
tbe California Ta sat re will appeer in tbe firs: and 
eocou d ecu. 

Bella Union Theatbe.— The laughable 

local sketch of "Sally Ana," tbe acts entitled 
"Help," "The Siamflie Twlnr," and "Japanese 
Temmr."end tbe serais tag farce ot "lbe Live 
Indian," are among the features of lb? rich eater* 
»ais.ment advertised to be given at this house to- 
night. 

Buckley's New Vabiettes.— Leon Sam- 
wells in acrobatic fetts. Miss Faany Wtbaterln 
come soog«. Mi is Lizzie Harmon tn ballads, and 
the whole oompaaj ia tbe pleasing drama of " Ten 
High:, in a Barroom," will form part of tbe bill 
to-nlgbt. 

AjiiioaiicaL Jdcsaxa.—One, ol Uie most 

aaaknfate «o!leciona of tbe kind in the United 
fjLa«*). ccnapnaiog bondrecU of co>tlr and beca- 
odela. ta daily on view (to gentlemos 
As 



The Albambra U ahortly to be reconstructed 
and greatly Improved. A new foundation letting 
bailt, and tbQ auditorium and stage will be lower- 
el eleven feet. The plan of tbe former will be 
cbe same aa in the Opera Hou-.e, the dreae circle 
and orcbtstra, being on one floor, lbe stairway, 
diog, to tbe preaent dresa o^rcle.will be done 
away witb, gmeg aa additional »pao» of ten fc*t 
o tbe body ol lbe house. Tb*re w.ll b> a sapar- 
aU eatracee to tbe gtltery. With tbete additiona 
tbe bouse it wll, when crowded, bold flWfl at 
tbe praieat raiee of idminoo. The brick work 

11 bs completed by Btratton Brothers and J- 
Harris, who have (he contract, by next Thursday 
lo order to oomplete the alterations the Albam- 
bra will rem*io closed for a period of four weeks. 
Dae notice will be given of the se sop. 

The bill Tor next week at the Opera House, wilj 
ccasiat of tbe feree of "B. B. ' la which J.-P. 
Bureau will appear, and the capital burleique en- 
titled "Miss Eily O'Oonuor." aa amosiog dis- 
tortion of Bouoloault'a"Oolleen Bawn." Mies Jeo- 
nia Lea will appear ia tbe role of the it. -need 
Oollteo. 

John McCnlleugh ia expected lo arrivehtre from 
KewYork.oa Wednesday next. At least, ther* 
ought to ba a general turnout of tbe mnsiclan 
ta meet him. Appropriate muslo. "And we'll all 
feel giy whin Johnnie Comes Marching H io( •, 
Mr. McOttllough bts done honor to Oalifornia i 
and the Esat h-.e endorted the verdict of the 
Weit, In pronouncing bim one of the ttxit actor* 
of the day. 

Dion Bouoloault will commence his enjagsmen 
at tbe Oali'oraia Theatre on Monday, the 19th' 
"Led Astray "will probably be the flret piece io 
which be will appear. 'The Colleen Bawn" will 
beibeseoonlaada.ter "Daddy O'Dowd" will be 
prodoofd. Mr. Bouolosolt engagement is for twe 
weaks only. 

Mits Alice Vane. Fay Templeton and John Ten.- 
letoa will ratarn to SsotFraaoUco next week. 

Madame Anna B abop willbe the reoipientofa 
complimentary ben<flt at Plstt'e Hall on tbe22 :d, 
when tbe opera of "Norma" will be pwentod wl h 
tbe benefloiary as the D.-u'd Prie^tose. 



»t.»'. at iba MneiDjn on Montgoatery strwat. 
hr-ir ■«* bo orofitablv a-pentnars. 

Golden Gate Park.— Those who drive 
•at to tb* new park should visit Tbe Villa wbicb 
hat jost been opeced. Here they will find four 
public parlor) end ten private dining rooms Onido 
Mangsuberc 4 Oo tbe proprietors get up epicurean 
vreakfAste, dinners and snppera at short notice. 

The Cliff House,— Captain Foster, tbe 
genial host of tbe Cliff Hcnse. entertains visitors 
from all parta of the Globe at his famous eea-elde 
resort. The Cliff Bouse Is the ens thing Sao 
Fraaoiaco has to boast of as different from any- 
thing else In the world. Omnibusta run every 
day from the terninoa c( the Lone Mountain 
Railroad. 

Woodward's Gardens.— The gardens are 

new in tbe finest condition. Skating and tbe 
lYained Animals everyday. A grand performance 
and tbs pantomime of ' Les Brigmds" and the 
grand act "Groups Ohinois" Saturday and Sunday, 
Notes —J. A. Arnold and Blanche Eller. 

mm left for the Esat this morniog. Mr. Arnold 
goei for lb» purpose of forming an* bringing to 
San Fraacisoo an Englifch opera and barleaque 
troupe. He expect! to be absent abaut eight 
weeks. 

On Friday next that most vivacious of actresses 
and general favorite, tfisi J*nute Lee, will lake 
bar be <fit at lbe Opera House. Balton Hill- 
Miss Addi« Graham, Hacry Ei^^Lrd?, E. J Back- 
ley and otheiaof tbe Oalfornia Theatre have vol- 
unteered, and will appear lo tbe t bird aotof'Lor- 
deu Aaiarinc.'' Weloh and Rioe will appiar in 
aoag and dance, Signor PietroBacoei w Using ard 
altcgether a great bill will be presented. Tbe 
full pregremme will appear shortly inFlGABO. 

Frank G;ido-. tbe pteuiat, ia to hava a bsnefl: at 
Faclflo Halloa Friday aext, prior to leaving tor 
the Km 

John Wilson, tbe Indefatigable manager, is con- 
structing a gorgeous bore-:-opera bouse at lbe 
corner ot Mission and New Montgomery streets. 
It s no- temporary struotur-, bin a stable balding 
(aa indeed itshoold be for horse opera) It is be- 
ing push* d forward with ranch energy, snd is ex- 
pected to be ready for opening on the 2ftb. It 
wilt be a very handsome and commod!oai struc- 
ture, with substanstial eh'ngWd roof, and will ac- 
commodate a very large number of people. A 
great company of tbe best equestrian ttlent in tbe 
Cast bea bean engaged, and left New York for this 
oity this morning. Among its members are : 
Woodie Cook, the famous somersault and bare- 
back aerformtr; Ted O'Brien, the champion leaner 
of tbe world; Miss Cooke, cqaestrleane : and three 
lady gr am asts. 

On Thursday next. Miss Iaa D. Csolbritb. one of 
California j sweetest poets, will be tbe reeisieat 
of a benefit at Piatt's Hall, tendered herb? tbe 
many wbo have admired her ebarming versos. 
Htorr Kdwtrdsia engineering this affair, and if 
Plstt'e Hall be not crammed foil we shall bave a 
poor opinion of the public of San Francisco ever 
more ■>- very ettraetlve entertainment will be 
givec -t will eomprise tbe comedietta ol ' D.li- 
eatte Ground." by Miss Fanny Oatbnrt.Hanry Ed- 
wards, and W. A. Meetayer ; "Home. Saeet 
Boms," by Madame Anna Bishop; a cavatina by 
Miss Aati EJiir; a ballad by Aided Wilkie, the 
Knglieb tenor; G-orge Darrell ia bis famous ckar- 
sjaiar?- baa, and the farce ef "Ks.t-.1 Engage- 
naert'," bj Barton Hill, W. B^rry. Mrs. Sophie 
Edwin aod Miss Fenny Oe'hsert. v noh a bill 
skoa^d, setting aside the merits of the bensfloiary. 
awMf i If'Ti' 1 ^ hanae. 



EASTERN DRAMATIC HEWS. 

In New Tork, the maoagera of the various places 
of amusement did not reap a rioh harvest dnriog 
tb? ho'.idavs. The Clipper says: A perceptible 
filling off in the a'.tendanoe from that of previous 
years at our places of public amusement was noti- 
ceable, both at ths oaatioee aod evening perfe-m- 
snoes. oa Christmas. Some few places ware 
crowded st night, but tbe blank, loot of diasp- 
poinlment was -noticeable on the faces of several 

managers At the Grand Opera HouBe,"Hum- 

piy Dutnp'y Abroad," was drawing pretty well 

At Booth'*, Gcanfran plays "Kit" for the last time 
tc-n-ght, Tbe stock company have agreed to ao- 

oept two-thirds salaries At Wood's Museum, 

E. L. Diveopirt and Mrs. Davenport continued 

tbe attraction! At tha Bowery Theatre, the 

Hernaodtr. Foster Pantomime Tioupe. wera play, 
icg "Mother Goose," and the box aed bag trlok 
was an attraction. In addition to the bcx being 
corded, a "anvasoover was plaoed overit.aod that 
also wae corded to the box, the knots be^ngseal d. 
The ttiok was well performed, and oreated agreat 
seceition . . ..At the Fifth Avenue Theatre. "Parri- 
cide" was plsved for EneTSSt time at tbe matinee on 
the 3d, anil in tbe evening Mies Ada Dy as mad* ber 
first appearaooe in America, as Anne SjlvBSter ia 

"Mao and Wife" At Niblo'e, "Tho Children 

in the Woud" filled to draw, and was to be takeo 

off after tbe M The Broadway Theatre clcsed 

for the season witb the performance of Saturday 

evening, Deo. 27 At Wsllaob'e, Boncioauli'e 

ooaedy entitled "*A Man of Honor" held tbe 

bjards At the Uaion Square Theatre, "Led 

Astra?" waft drawing good houees in spite of dnll 
tim?s At Bryant's Opera House, "Cinderel- 
la" with Unawortb, Dan Bryant and Bob Hart in 

tbecast was quite asnooess At the Olympic, 

'■Gtbrhl Grnb"w^SBtiU pissing togood bueine;e 

At the Taeatre Oom'que. Harrigan aod 

Hart in a new sketch entithd "The Dutch Hnz_ 
sere. Jennie Worrell and Little Jeonla YeamaoB. 
were the new attiaotionfl. The bt^x ftat was also 

beicg performed there At tbe Metropolitan 

Charley Howard, the best of all old n : g', wis to 
comratnoe an oaEtgeaunt ebor ly, aod Master 
Barney and Sam Biokey appeared lo 'The Happy 
Irish Couple." 

Aleeers. Owen Marlowe, Mo es W. Fiake, and W. 
K. G.iflllhs were to open Haoley'sBrook-yn Opera 
House on January 6th with dramatic entertsic- 
ments of a light order. 

nalvini took Boston by storm. He played tbire 
ooe week, giving five performances, and tbe re- 
ceipU were$I',083. Not that Boston leves Salviui 
more, but New To: fa leas. 

Tbe New York Spirit of the Times eiys : George 
S. Knight tbe bent Dotoh dialect comedian on the 
variety stage, is at the Albambra, Sao Francisco. 
Clara Morris had ten people in the parquette one 
nightdntiog hor Philsdelpbia eogagement play- 
ing the "Geneva Cross." the explained it to a 
local oritio by saying the piece bad no force in it' 
and sbe couldn't do aaitbing witb it. If Bowo 
bears that there will be an iateiobange of ca-ds 
Her benefit, however, when was produced "Article 
47," wae a crowded triumph. 

Matilda Heron being asked if sbe hid known 
Dion Bouoicault far msny years, replied : "Yts. I 
first met bim In New Orleans, as tbe mantgtr of 
t bo Varieties Theatre there, many years ego, and I 
know his history as wdll as I dj my own, Asa 
husbaod and father he is a noble maa ; a good 
noble, domestic man ; bs ia good to his mother— a 
noble, honorable soo, and a l.Ticgaadiffeotionate 
father." 

MUs Carlotta LeClsrq tppeared at tbeAcEde- 
my of Mneir, Iodianopolison tbe j&kh ult-intbe 
"New Magdaltn." The Journal eayBOf ber: MUs 
LeOlercq'a reputation was ee ured during tbe 
time that she was supporting Feobter, and bow 
there is scarcity a lady on the etage who is much 
an universal favorite. She never fails to please. 
Ther s ia something in the grace and dignity of her 
presence that touches a sympathetic chord apon 
her veryflxitappearanoe; sad when the interest 
in the play Isawakeced aa the dialogue pregres 
aei, one b.'com sj bound te her ia spirit eo closely 
that ever? lit le dotail— every Item of dress— every 
gestare aad ever/ glance ia eagerly and Intensely 
observed. It is doubtfal if there be one othe 
woman wbo oao, upon the rtramaUo stage in 
America, wieH snoh potent, magical influence 
over an audience. 

TheN. V. Spirit of theTimea hai.amsagmsn y 
ethers, Ihs following two paragraphs aboat Dica 
Boncicaalt: Ail lbe native playwrifhts who have 
been trylcg to gel bad pieces prodnc.d on the 
ground that they are native productions, oall Bon- 
ctcaulta"D— d Hesiiaa." 

Why does Boucieaalt resemble Sbakeepe&ra ? 
Because Sbskeepaate, if he weie alive now. would 
be ai Bouoicaolt Is— A Constant Reader of tb 
Spirit. 

Tony Pastor, wbo put upon tbe roid during tbe 
past Summer tbe b«t variety show that ever 
trav&led in this oouatry. Is now busy organiz aga 
oompany.whicb he iifnds shall be t qually strong- 
aad which will start on a tour ocApr-IS Amo- e 
tacse already secnr dare E. D.D vies, ventril;- 
quist, the Garnilla Childitn, acrobats and gym- 
&ast«; William Aebcrofs. character vjcali.t: W 1 
• era and Morton, eocc and danoe; the Fieldirgs— 
John and Maggie— characterdaeituU: Billy Barry. 
Ethiopia-. c;m*dian ; Ella Weener.character veal- 
ia-: K'tty Brooke. eerlo-oomic aod Lar^y Too^es" 
Dutch ccmique and dancer. Tony Pastor will ao" 
oompany the tronpe and sing at every estattaln- 
mant- 



Tha Naiad' Queen" hao drawn good, bo» not 
crowded houaea. a', tne Boatoo Theatre. Baaton, 
Mesa. 

The New York Despatch says: Dion Boucicault 
wae among toe first SUM engaged to appear at 
Iht Grand Op.ra Haose. ow lo conree of erettion 
in San Francisw. As tbe theatre will not bs con- 
ileledas eooo as be fxp cted, the maosgemmt 
bas osnoelled the eogagement with Mr. B. 'scon 
sent. Mr. F. TrT. Bert's con t act with Mr- Bou- 
oiotolt for tbe production ot all the letter's pl'ye 
remains on t ff acted. 

Soth-rnwill remain at tbe Academy ofMnilc, 
Ohieago. until Jan. 17tb. He will appear at 
Ford's Theatre. Waab'.ogton. from Jan. 2J'b to 
Jan. Jtst; ft'a'ont. etreei Toestre, Pbilsdelohia, 
from F.b.2i toUtb; Boston Theatre, Feb. ISth to 
March 17th. 

"L'd Astray" war the attraction at the National 
Theatre, Washington. 

Miss Jane OoombJ commenced sn eegtgeaien^ 
at tbe Olympic Tbeatie, St. Louis, on January 
5tb. 

Baby Baceoa presented Master Tommy Fish, the 
lofant oorastiet, with a gold watch aad cbain as a 
Obrlstmaa i^roseot. 
The Oliopersaya: 

Ohas. Vinosnt, comedian and character actor, 
aad Amcla Dean, character dancer and come- 
dienne, can be addressed oare of this oflloe mant- 
K Ti desiring to engage them. Charles ought to 
ccm-i back to San Francisco, open a variety tbea* 
tre sad engage himself. He must bring some 
money witb him, however. People want aome. 

Tbe New York Clipper has sn obituary notice of 
BliaeHolt, which will be read with interest by 
many whoedmired tbeeprigbily little sotreBP.and 
regret her early ditth. We extract from it: Eiiee 
Holt, who Is known in private Ufa as Mrs. Horace 
Wail, died of typhoid pbenasoaia, at. Pittaburg, ' 
Pa.,*tnineo\lo:kSoodsy evening, Dso. 28. the 
wasb^ro in London, Bog.. July 11, 1817, and was in 
the twenty-seventh year of her age. She made her 
fir t appearaaoe in pnblio to 1863, aingiog a comic 
song it the Snrrey Gardens, in her native city 
under the direction of Mil*. Louise, a dine r, 
whose pupil Mies Holt afterwardB became. Later 
sbe appeared ai tbe principal dsnoer at tha Vic- 
toria. Subs. a;-iently the married Mr. Palmer. On 
Dtc. 7. 368. sbe came to America as the chief fer- 
tnreof a barlesqueoenipany, wbiob hid been at- 
giged In England by Mr. Horace WalL She made 
berAm-rioaa d^boi tbe Oljm"pic Theatre. Boston- 
Mssb , Dec 31, l86o, in the bnrleeqse of "Lodratla 
Borgle, M. D.."and beoasnea great favorite with 
the public there. The tronpe subsequently cams 
to New York, and afwrwarda Kelli A Lean's Min- 
strel Hell, ahey then perfermed in Philadelphia, 
atd then went to California, where Hiss Bolt 
procured a divorce from Mi. Palmer, and aoms- 
time thereafter was married to Mr. Honor-Wall; 
They went to England, whenoe Mr. Wall retorted 
in 1871 as busier es msnsger of Dion Beooicau t- 
In 1873 Mai Holt refcamed. and tUyeda starring 
eEgagement which eaded se sadly fn Pittsburg. 
Miss Holt wasof an amiable disposiU6a,Tivaeioai 
aad epeed'lr made friends of those with whom sue 
oame in contact. She left a little daughter and 
tone relatives residing la England. 

Kr .Lawrence Barrett, Cbaileston, Jan. 5 h, 6 .b p 
7tb,8th; Sava nab,9tb and Hub. 

The Bpirit of the Times says of Fechter: Fat ( 
fair, flaxei -haired Feobter will probably die aa ho 
bas lived— a gay, gslUot, daring Lothario. Age 
cannot wither or custom etal* his infinite vanity- 
U Is last escapade is just now town talk, snd his 
basty. not to say precipitate slight 1b stroog 
presumptive evidence against him His hu - 
risd departure was caused by the presence 
of an official haviDg a warrant for his ar- 
r -et, procured upon the affidavit of the hniband of 
sn actreea well-known to theatre-goers. She had 
•jen playing witb Mr, Fechter for ncaily two 
years in tbe leading parts. wbUehar husband was 
acticg aa his agent in Europe. Meantime Mr. 
Fechter took np hiBabcde in Breevoort place with 
the mother-in-law of the actress, lbe bosband 
returned, sad the close attentions paid bis wife 
by Faobttr soon created a suspicion. About two 
weeks ago he procured a warrant, but Fechter 
was made aware of the faot, and a sharp lookout 
kept for the offi *r, and when tho latter made bis 
appearaoca at(ta theatre on that night tbe totor 
hurriedly passed oat at th» private on: ranee in 
Ftfteentb street, and has not since been seen. 
The wife has also fled. We regret this uubappy 
oconr.eice the more, as we meant to have inter- 
. viewed bim next week. 

In Philadelphia, holiday bills are announced at 
the various theatre. ''Lady Godiva," with Mies 
Winnette Montague iu lbe title role, and MisB 
Edith C.-i lis aa St. George, with a etud o* borsei 
from Forepaogb'a oircue, la at tbe Chertuo£ 
ot-eet, "ihe i'nrea Dwarfs," with Robert Bntte 
asolewe, in tbe Christmas pintomime at Fox's. 
J. K. Kmmst appears in a new ou&tem-made 
play, "3!ax. the M^rry Swiss Boy," at the Walnut- 
Btreet. Augustia Daly's "Flash of Ligataiag " 
is the sanaaUOD at tbe Aroh street. Miss Ohar- 
otteOueboiaa read fiom"M uch Ado About Noth- 
ing," at the Academy of Mnsic, on the 27th nit. 
Edwin Booth begin an engagement, en the 27th 
nit., at the Walnut, as Sbj lack, in the "Merchant 
ot Venice." 

Miss Olsra Louise Kellogg and ber opera com. 
psnywill bs in Baltimore uring the week com- 
menoiog Jan. 12. 



OPERA H0tf££l. 

Bush 8tbeet between Montgomery and Kearny. 

OVERWHELMING SUCCESS 

Id t lie Be-iutlful Temple cf Music, of the 

SUSAN GALTON & JENNIE LEE'S 

OPERA BO U _fc B JbTE3, 

Burlesque and Comedy Troupe. 

SATURDAY AKD SUNDAY EVENINGS JANUARY tO and 11 

To commeEoe with tbe new adtpt.ilf n of Dlckcne' novel of "Dayld OopperBnld." In 2 Acts, bj 

Oeo, Fawoett Bowe, as performed with sac Immense Buccess at tbe Uulon-Bqaare 
Theatre, New Tork, ent tied 

MICAWBER I HEEP ! 

DISTKlBrTIOS OF IHllIKTIKl : 






DiVTD OOPPBEFIELD 

MB. WIOKFIELD 

WIJLItlN** illtAWHEB 

MB. TBlDDLBS 

T'lll! BEEP 

OFFICERS 

BKTSY TBOTWOOD 

AO^ES WIOKFIELD 

MBS- MIOAWBBB 

Y r 'U&« W1LKINS... ) UIOSKber'a ( 
EMMA I Children, f 







JCLE B0BIK8O) 

H. D. THOMPSOt 

JOHN HOWaOI 

wiuje simm 

a. P. BtTKRETI 

..bARDY.nd PLiKI 

MISS FANNY YOUNC 

MISS ESTHER WILLIAM 

MRS. JULIA MELTILL; 



OVEKTCKB OKCUESTKJ 

To conclude wl-.h tbe sparkling little Piece de Beslttance entitled 

BEAUTIFUL FOREVER 

MB. SIMPLETON WILLIE SIMM 

TOM.. ..his servant JOHN HOW80 

MRS. SIMPLETON afISS FANNV TOUN 

JEI.LT ..» chambermaid MHS JEKNIE iJE 




Tbe Piano Used in Uiis Tbea4re Is from Sherman 6t Hyde'a. 

g5" O.-EE a GLASSES TO LET st the Stand In the Lobby. 



Llpman's Great DleCOVJry, 

Propably no oi j tt hts called forth more 
preparations t^an that cf rettoring and beau- 
tyfylng bnman bair, aid among all. J.Lp- 
man'a wonderinl r etcrer stands btyond 
queetlon st the bead for efficiency and perfect 
eafaty. This Isabso.ut'ly free from Bagar of 
Lead or Lac Sulphnr, acd ntvar fai:B to p o- 
docetae effect d sired; requixej no otier pre- 
pa tt on; Is ea-ily appU'.d, and lr, witiiOQ 
doubt, tbe simplest, beet and c^eapef t bslr re 
e'.oritlce lnnsp. Bold by all dra«glats. Gene- 
ril Ag&ntp, Ohas, L>ngley & Oa,, WholeEale 
Drnggl ti, Sin Francisco. It 



How I Mtwle »ao. 

By buying my bed-room eet of fomltnre of 

J. A. Sliab r & Co., 707 Marltttsrert two doors 
from Third. They sill Furniture 20 per cent, 
cheap, r than any other dealers* I tried t'-em 
sU. p 12h 

Me, I*. Jaluwtts, No. 240 Kearny street, 
New and Second-Hand Clothiug, of all de^crip- 
tions.b ought anl eold. Stire closid on Sat- 
urday until 6 P. M. ^ 

FEATHERS Cleaned. Onrled and Died, 
•i WOW'S. No. 25 Post etr*at S 



PERSONAL. 



JOLIA-YOO CAN G.-.T ALL S1ZI-S FERBO- 
t>pe* Piciarestakei 'nd fit i*bea in ton mln- 
me*,r»in or snioe. t WING A ALLEN'b. S»8 
Kearny rlreet. A epaoialtj made in Ink pictures. 
Yoors, DAVISON. deK-lm 



GLOVKS— Cleansed and dyed by a new process, 
at SNOWS. 25 Post street. Bs 

NEW STORE. 

3>a"©"vc Prices. 
25 PER C£NT. 

Saved by Buying- Your 

CLOTHING, 

....AKD-... 

FURNISHING GOODS 



AYERS & KEITH, 

AT 

303 Kearny St., 

Corner ^Btxoilx. 

Next Door to Lanrel Palace SuIood.- 

A Good Assortment of 

GENTft' and BOYS' CLOTHING 

Whioh »• will Bell LOW DLWM, .« 
BKD-BOOK PSIOES. 

.A-t 303 Kearny St 

darner Basil, next door to Laar.1 Ptiice 
bAlooa 



jilo-lm 



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GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




COLO-ROOM VARIETIES 

Sixteenth St.. Cheyenne, Wyoming. 

JAMH6 W ALLEN Propriei 

JOHN W. DUNNE basinees Mmna| 

HiKRY SPRIGGS Stage Msnaf 

HAsftST HKK1V XtflTTRl 
and reopened for tbe Fall and Wintor Sr 
eon elith a nrst-clas3 OomOsnr, embr&oine Hai 

tiD'ipgs, toe great chirac'c-r act r; Hirry Lti 
r-ine, B ltj Kerest, Mr. J. W. Uunne, Miss Li 
Hall, Hiss Minnie ' t.v\* t Miss Nellie Sejmo 
Ui^s Jennie Logan, Frank Holley, Georga Tob 
acd Charles Mi.l.r. and a full and efhoient 
ehestra, 

e9r- Ladj talent comirg East can always ssoi 
engagement! by apDjiDg to J. W. ALLEft. P.i 
prietor. GelOD SAL vRJES PAID. Be2i- 



PIPER'S OPERA HOISt 

£Kk»I»IJL cxtt, xrVAuT 

JOHN fcB^R Paopsm 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE! 

eicBiiiEsro. i ii. 

JOHN PIPEE La 

BOTH THESE ELEGANT THfATBES 0' 
be rented by tbe mebt or neelf. Star, 
tr.v.liog compioiee Ijbtral r tre.udwitb on 
plication to JfMA f»ll*iiK 



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INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTI 

ELOOOTION AND DEPORTMfcNT, 
LADIES FXBP1KCII for the 8TA1 

PRIVATE THEATBIOAL8 AND AMATB 
p^lorm&neee di'ec -d. bral.drand g,D 
mao of more tbao otdioary experieooa. For f 
tlcnHra apol? to UK J. H MoJABli, 

Theatrical Asent, No. OSS Boob btrMt 
delO-tf Kan FraooiM< 



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CUETtEJiKE, HibhlXU, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOW ha* 



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anrTalent going Bast will Qod it to tbeir ad 
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CtUlr,, 



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tn *5 per na nte. hwilOQfcS. cn:l-, it t sigh ten, *g 
tan Kiel bat-, wearing, combire", 6t soidk onrls 
., all Icr fS; ewliobes made from GO cen B 
now^rrts: i;df-oarl»s ea'nea for loceoU ;ali kind; 
or witk don? to order ebeap r umilVes or classes 
ucgbt in f- cUyor ncroas lbe bxy on reasunsble 
lerm-. Parties wtahee (■> tlk leM-.ni or hue work 
don* Bboold t»Y» adTantage of tbe time I am ber», 
as IlsaYefor Knropa in a sbort time. "lO l-» 
fcioward su*et, bet New Montgomery and Second 
del5-lm 



A,LF ALP A! 

NEW OROP. 

tlOR SALE, OHOIOE LOT OP FINE OALI- 
fornia.-iT.-jwn Alfalfa, in lots (0 Edit, (or caeb, 
it market rates. Onr e<3«d. nnlik^ tbat imported 
from Obtl?, is floe tDd f re3 I'om Mnitard or otber 
foreign a«ed. Vegetable, Flower and Grass Seed, 
etc,, etc. 

GO.OOO Iti-.mle Plant*. 

lOO.OCO GumTrees 

Fine HlsniB, Trees, tolhp, »nd all rtlvlsB in tbe 
liDD.fr-ib andgocd. tcUtidid ttock. 

* R E. M..0 E 

Seedsman and Flo'iet, I'-iS'Wj.i.bir.gwn street, 
San ffraDci-OP, Oa"f-roia. B&.lm 

tef-Se^d fur new Cntal igoe. 



5t--i=Nos. *•>, AI. 4*. California 
ilarkft, cntranco on Cabforn 1 * etreet, 

PBbltc or private parties and familiec «up 
Toro 6 A.M. to 12 P. M. LAdiea' ?jid Gentir- 
irater Kooas oooo from 6 a .m. to VI p.w 



Ot 



CL4T-STRI 
RIDING ACADEW 

8a» 4 lay Street, 

Btochton. 

Thi. ie tbe most el 
ard oommodiooe B ., 
Acad(myintheolt,l |»(,| 
d.y and eyeniog. pif™"^!!!! 
olar attention pat 
teacbibg beitinoera. „_« w « 6> ^ 

A. BAB8BALL 4 BITY, Propnet 







THOS. VT. BREE & COJ 

.GOLD and SILVER PLAT! [»«*>. 



t£: 



DRUMS, BANJOS, 

— AND— 

BRASS FOUNDERS &, FINISH 

anon tbe Banjo an£ Driira. 
._BBT.betwe?o Vb 
K. B.~ Fine-^onel &i.lTer (solo 
•aaionals always on b»Dd . 




^s— f^taaaauiairen on the Banjo ant. JJri.ni. > 
AlfeHJR^r&ET. bc'rWs^ Firit and Sao ff\L 



WATOH MAKER. AND DEALER IK a 
fft ctiBS Cocks, .Ie«-lnr, SiWe-- ' 
and Plited Ware. »latofirtira fct Firi | 

Solid Jawelry. Also. Dftmocd getter. 

XJalrd a»n|d Mj*»»«ve>. Sta., Wo. G, anuco 
HuUi. au** Prstnelaeo. 
U-Wi lobes Repaired at the lowest rates and 
warraatea lor one rear. Jai-Xai | 



CANDIES ?_CANDIE«#a Dr 
3VI XIXiOB ), 

Mannf irtorea every deaoriptloo oE n( J' Qi 

, "Wholesale aod Ketn 

.. between 8scram n nto aod 

. 1M Beoond »treeU betw#> 

Minna and Natoma. t 



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One-tjturt-fr ot A Million Bf 
1> -liar* Value 

TO SELECT FROM. 

CRANO CONSOLIDATION 

TXVO STOCKS. 

Our House Yesterday Was Crowded. 

000£> JVIEHV VVANrBD. 

; PEOPLE'.* PALACE, 

TIB ORBAT 

COMMISSION HOUSE 

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911 and 913 Market Street. 



SIEGRIST CHILDREN! 

LOUIE and THOMAS, Aged 7 and 5 1-2 Years. 
By the Favorite Artistes, Messrs. WELCH and RfCE. 

Iu Ilor Budcot of Sou(a nucl Chnuito*. 

G- I 1=L -A. I^ 3F 1 £3 BHOTHBRS. 

By the Creat Acrobats, SWEATNAM and MANN NC. 



MAMMOTH PROGRAMME. 



DOUBLE VARIETY COMBTHATIO*. 
ririsou X3o«a\i t lrvil L,«c11e« 

bM,MH4«<TlM«l Tl.uM.Mc 
THll J«»1'»»T II 

Tfca Trovfct* «U1 OlBBMitl 

fIRST PIRT OF WIT. SONG MO FUI 

riBMMw wit. l». TABJITT WaLE A BOOR*. 



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THE HATJKTXD TAVERN. 

V Hof*tn»"r# OfMtff* Fo*l»r _ Ami II. 



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Tf rn«|rl,«r*riri 

n«ii«rti 



In His Great Specialties. 

•MICIIF.TH* 



OVERTTmr 






Toe porformenoe to ctctnce »ith 



THE SIEGRIST TROUPE 

And Their WONDERFUL DOCS. 



i,irrn. imhmoii 

Holllr I.«r-> r *«t 
r.-alf Anni . runnr Wtk«la>r 
Untrh H,i-fl«l l<. . II or i 1 II* »ajy 

l*«»" i ateUle Zfi Mf 

\< IMHATIf 11171 .I.KVN ««U *% ILL* 

F»dc) Ui'ixr H u< t' Brewtr 

THE SIAMESE TWINS. 

Park* Uj.n Mortos Aa4 ham»sll« 

■f.ni opont r ••*••• 

M«n« Solo.... Iai Ultas 

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li«i*l»lr Pnlkn Wrhilti anil M'lle Hlmtckt 

"Mill H)\0' I.I//IK HA at ft* OR 



THe Other Fellow. 

Captelo B'o»hard ....OioifiJ ■win 

Pbo'.o liu«hti lot r 

Jake... .a KiUhir ,,. I -«n sim» ll 

Collector rtT. Wa t»r Parke 

.I'm ov f in* Bon Fre .a Mo l mora 

jAO«....*iia Blat«r Uikric Brewer 



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ryn TS1K MODEL L»UUl.NU UOl'SKB. 

Cor. ofCanairrcUl 

Llfdwrforf at*. 

WLmmnr atre-rt. op. 

polite the riaau 

E.ALNTOH * OOTRJLLLw 



PACIFIC H0USt, € 
OLYMPIC HOUSE, 



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At trio I X LACCTDNSTOBE, No. 018 and 890 HARDY BTRRET, cor. Cmimril.1l. 



COME ONE! COME ALL T 

IO THK 0PPJMT10.1 PHOTOGRAPH OAi- 
LEBY. fltt. M..t.t.tr..t. TbfttlQ.at Bal-b.4 
n.mbrauit c.rd.. fj o.r donan ; U.bm.t, tl p.r 
dOEAQ. GW. 11*. a. II ftri'l wi< ....... tot>l«i*. 

70S. W u. DVKK.nrt l.'i)KORK VTH1 1 R .r. 
thn w.ll-knowD aod ponul.r operator., .nil J. B. 
WILLMTjn IRY. Prop.l-'ftr. n^2*-lm?p 



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SSgS CHAMPAGNE 



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TO C0NN0I88EURS!! 



Ths CelebratedBrand 






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F»r tkt« Partly of IU qaiatltif and the 
Ithaca* ef Its fttar It la eoaaldered 

•r J"<B« to be the b«at Wlae la ihe 

WjBlIri, 



Mto^ Tor Sale in Quantities to Suit. 



LOCKE A MONTAGUE, 



58gg3BH tote Agents for Pacific Coast, 



oUt»* i 12 & 1U BATTERY ST. 

•A* FBAJtOiaCO. dc»-Jw 



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,W.>. Allfornia Ahead of the World 

ur 

WOOLEN GOODS. 

( «* 81 ',, rrBB ONDER8IOSID 

..I'Sfl*' I BUok.u. riuo.U. I 

■>!!"" net from th. mil., ud 

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IB IK BBOSIPT OF 

HorM-Bluk.Uog, .tc. 
WW Mil In lota 10 .alt 
M.w MoatKomMT ».rMt: 

8EO. M. MAM, Ami, 



«$»" 



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THE OLD 

ElOt SOOtOll, 

IS Morton ai reol. near JKonrnr. 

Ul Drink. Ten Cents 

I 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

U VT. S. VTALOBOM. Propti.Kr. 



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Single Outside Rooms, 



No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair ILaUrusses, 

^— AT THS 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

*»4 SANSOktE UT3F.KT, COB. CLAT. 

A* 

B"l«y Oenta per SJlajUt 
And H.e«8 by tbe Week. 



OFnN A.lili NIGrST 

Apr-38 t>. J. EWKLL. Proprietor. 




A NEW KAT STORE 

On Montgomery St. 

noriegFbros., 

PRACTICAL 

HATTERS 

628 Montgomery St., Near Clay, 

8AK FJtAHrCISCO. 

WE WODI.D RB8PB0TPULLY INFORM THK POBLIO 
and oar Dnmeroii* patroDS tbat tro bava opa**d our new 
and al-E'iiit store oo Montoomkrt Hthekt. nonr 0U7. wbero 
wa will oota-.tn.Dtlr beep on brvnd ibe FlNhS I' ASSdKl MKNT 
o( BaT1 and 0AP6 everoffrtr»d to the oim«DB of the PaciQo 
Ooa»t, and at prl cs which will defy oompo'ition . 

W« are al o prepared to make to order all th* Lateht Styles 
of Hata and Gilds od abort, KOtioe. 

OLBANINO and BEP Al RING neatlr and ptotnptly executed. 

N. B. We will atill oootiooe oar store at the old aland. No 
WO Do poet street, where can be foun j oar omil Rood nsiort- 
men t of Kood», and competent balt-ra to eltead to the wanti 
of oastotneradeBliDf there. NOBIE6A It BOH. 



I^Jblri® 



PACIFIC LAW REPORTER 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 

J. F. B0GABDU8 Pnblisher 



THE ONLY HOUSE IN THB CITY WHEBE THE ORIGINAL 
"GRAND DUKE ALEXIS TIES" CAN BE FOUND I 
Also the Largest. 

CHEAPEST UNO BEST 

SELECTED STOCK 

....OF.... 

Cents'. Ladles', 'Misses', 
Children's and Infants' 

BOOTS AND SHOES 

EVER OFFERED 

In Ban Francisco. 

BEERS & MAYNARD, 

No. 238 Kearny Street. 




ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 



Programme of all EaLMmUod 



Places of Amusement 



IN SAN FRAN0I80O. 



CIRCULATED EVERY DA> 



[» run- XIAB. 



GENERALLY THROUGHOUT THK CITY 



"AT* iC3r A. 



O.' 



rHX JOURNAL OF A KTJ8EJLENT8. 
abliened «ery D*r is " 0e Y ** r °» 



■ w M**tcoaas?y. Ban ymw*w- 



MONDAY JANUABI 12, 1874 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc 

lltatmbra Theatre. 

Tbn noaaaia crowded «T«r» l'|bt,u indeed it 
inoold ba. oonaldering tha «r»at combination of 
artlsiaaesgaged inert. To-n'ihv L'oo. T. Morpb% 
Billr UkDBkLC. Billy Bweatnam, W. P. Baker ud 
J. G. Rases. lwilleppear Id the first pert. AfUr 
tbli, lbs Sisgrlsl Children, Lonie end 'Ibomaa, 
aged respeclirtly "and »}* years, will perform on 
aaedooblsfcrapei*. Walcn and &:ce in ■oaf ud 
dues, £11* ffeioM ia bar charges, Gee. B Knisot 
in hia Doicb eptolallles, and lb* Siegrista eart 
tBtir dogi will make np an tsoeUafit eotertaia- 

ssest. 

California Theatre. 

Tk*bMBilfnlap«oUCl« ef "Tba 5»i«IQw«'' 
• ■t*nap9Bit«UatwMk W-olgfctwith aagooda 
proapaot of crowded booses aa on tbe sight of I'l 
prodQC.ioo. Soon tba charm iar Lorlina and 
handsome Rupert mnat diaappear from pablio 
gate, tho ballal will ba a tktng of the pe«, the 
a> raxda will gt»e toetr leat kieka on the at; £• of 
,ne California. Theatre, and Prof. O'Reardon'e 
Tnmbleroaioon will bo baard do more. Tb« pub- 
lio maateojoj thia splendid enlsrtaUment wbila 
Itlaaia. Tboa* who haTe been one* to see It will 
go again. Tba bos and bag mystery now work* 
smoothly and aaloais&es all wbo see it. 
Opera House. 

a. Tery bright at d sparkling entertainment will 
bt giren at thia booaa to-night. It will commanc* 
with the liTsly faroa of "B. B." with J. P. Bnrnoit 
aa Bob Rattles. Aftar tbta "Miaa Eily O'connor" 
koapitil bnrleiqae of Die* Boneieanlt'a play en- 
titled 'The Colleen Brawa"witb John Uowaon as 
tba 111 treated hariooa, tba daahirjg little Jennie 

a aa Mil-s naOoppalean. Hiia Fanny Young as 
' BardreiaOragan, W. Simmaaa Danny Mann, alias 
Fancy Gibaoo aa Miaa Ann Ohata . Harry Tbomp- 
aon eeMr. Oorrgan, Mrs. Jnlia Me Wills as Mr». 
Ciegac. Miss L. TaTBonr aa Kyrle Daley and J- 
Bebinaonas Sergeant OTooraloolal. "MiseEily 
O'Oonnor" abonnda in fan and good matio acd 
tbe pobllo being familiar witb tbe play on wbion 
it i* founded it la lore to be popular. 
Bella Union. 

Moore and Bray in aong and daaee. Miaa 
Basis Bobioaoo Id coaio eonga. Kelly, Nick- 
ereon and Ritchie in "Help," Mtea Jennie John- 
(OD.Tcmffij Bree, Jobn Woodard and others In 
"Sally Ann,'* Oaaalm and Trita in gymnastic*, 
Miie Liars Berron in balladt , Matt Kelly, Tommy 
Barton Miaa Nellie Howard and otbera in "The 
Lsxe Indian," and a great variety of other per- 
formanocB willbegWen tc-nigbt. 
BmeUev's Varieties. 

Leon Samwells In acrobatic feate, Miaa Lizile 
Harmon In ballade. Parka , D iiion, Poater and De- 
»oy in acta, Morlimore in eketohea, and a great 
saabtr of otbera in brilliant epeoleltfas wiij 
ma aa those wbo visit this hoaae w-nigh I . 
Woodward'i Gardena, 

A large number of beatnifnl birds bSTe been ad- 
ded among then a sacrad pigeen from the Solo- 
mon laland, also Vampire, and a St. Benard dog 
from the Haspioe of St. Bernard in tho Alps. On 
Batmday and Snoday the Box and Bag Mystery, 
us pantomime "Les Modestee ud "Gronpe Obl- 
aoiss." 

AjTAiosnoix MtjajTOM. — One of the most 

eoannlsxa ■nibv»i*~ -* «*"» **—» t- **»* n-iwd 
■tstee, comprising bnndreds of costly and bean- 
tlinl wax models. Is daily on view (to gentlemen 
taly) at tbe Mnseom on Montgomery street. An 
bear mat be orotVablr aoeat hers. 



TBI PBTJDENiH. 
Nay, nay, deareet Alfred," said Clara, BOtvet t, 
"I ess it* t sdopt yoor snggestlor, 
Tis cbsrmlog to 8»e eucb s duck it one's feet, 

Bat marrisje is out of the question. 
Tre promised Sir Peter, he's ttrce tlmse my 
sge, 
Bather grumpy tad twfaily yellow/, 
Bat bis book at big b.nk«r'.— loilwwed me a 
page- 
Were It yours, you ds*r pessitets fellow 1 

"Row please do not scowl, bat behave as yoa 
ibonM. 

The chances of life ere all reckoned ; 
When aajt ilng happens t) him, if yon'regood, 

Dome and ask ma to make yoa my "" 



r seootd.' 



Tbe Art of Dancing and J>e- 

* portment. 

T lose who appreciate culture will be glad to 
lesm that Professor C. H. Leaur hag opened 
an Academy for the pr.rpoee cf t-a:biDg, not 
only danclDp, bat those graces of deportment 
without which no one can shine Id soc iety . Prof, 
Lester Is a thorough msgter of bia art, one of 
the beet ou this side of the Kocfey Mountalng. 
OIssbss are held at Grand Central Hail en tbe 

corner of Sixth and Maaktt ttreetB on Mondsys 

and Thursdays. 

Important to Smokers, 

Few men in San FrinolFco are aware tbst 
be enterprising firm of Kaon ft Haas are em- 
ploying white females labor In the manufao 
tore of their Oigsre. The very beet material is 
ustd Id this establishment. Gall and convince 
yourself at 77S Market street, between Third k 
Fourth street. Finest brands Havana Cigars 
constantly on hand. ii-t 



TJonumlx-rcd Kisses. 

The Sacramento Bee pablisbe« the follow- 
ing :— 

Old time SscrsmeoiAOB will remember 
Samuel Colville and hie charming wife, Miea 
Mary Prevoat. Their danghter, Mill Tio- 
letta Oolville, is spoken cf by the Eastern 
pipers as displaying a wondeifnl musical 
ability (oh© being at tie present time at 
echool in Milan), and whose roice and style 
are said tj be captivating. Once npon a 
time, long years ago, Julia Dean Hayne 
played an engagemant at tbe Forrest Tbea- 
tre, and Mary PrevoBt ran an opposition at 
tbe Mt tropolitan. Both places were crowded 
nightly, but Mary's soog of "Unnumbered 
Kisses" captivated all Sacramento, and if 
her daughter can sing it balf as well as her 
mother, ebe wili be a trump card, sure 
enough. We give it below, as it has not 
been in print for yefB. We copy from an 
old newspaper the following : 

"Am Excellent Song. — Unnumbered 
thanks tJ Mibs Mr ry Prevott for her 'Up- 
Lumbered Kisses.' Three more exquisitiiy 
beautiful ve.ses than those wolob compose 
her soog were never penned. It is now 
■rioted with the accompanying mnsto, and 
a good likeneBa of tne fair authoress for the 
frontispiece." 

Com 1 , birdie, and give me a .kia ', love, 
For Bweeter, eoxe girl never gave ; 

But why, in the midst of my blue, lore, 
Would you ssk me how many I'd h».ve ? ■ 

I'm net to be Btlnt:d In kuses, 
Go, prithee, dear birdie, be kind, 

For while I love thee without measure, 
To numbers I'll ne'er be cenflnea. 

Ooant the bee? that on Hybla are flying ; 

Count the fl jwera tost enamel the fields ; 
Count ths flecks toss on Tempe are - 1 raying 

Or tbe grain that rich Sicily yields ; 
Count how many ttira are In heaven ; 

Go number tie sands on tie shore. 
And when bo many you're given, 

I still shall be asking for more. 

To a heart full of love let me hold thee— 
To a heart which, deir blrdi a , Is ihine— 

In my arms let me ever enfold thee, 
Aod encircle thee round like a vine. 

What joy can be greater than this IB? 
My life on thy lips ebali he spent— 

For the wr«toh who can numbrr his klssee, 

Will alwayB with few be content. 

♦ 

Tile Young; Mem from tbe East. 
" I'm s strsnger in tbi* ciiy, 
I'm lately Irom the East, 
And mighty fond of oystezj : 

Where l ill X gtl a I€Bbt .' 

I've bean to all 'he re^taHrante, 
Bat nowhere could I find, 
A piste ef E&t-tern oysters, 
Of the old-faehloned kind" 

■ Well, I can tell you," Bald his friend, 
"Exactly where to go, 
And where to get your oysters, 
Direct from where they grow. 
Just take a stroll down PINE 8TREET, 
At 410. below the Market, 
You'll Bee a sign, 'TBE SADDLE BOOK,' 
You can't fall to remark it. 

II Emerson Oorrille keeps the place, 
The beBt saloon In town, 

There you can get your oysters raw, 
Or fried bo crisp and brown. 
He's the Iirgert oyster dealer 
On tho Paciflc Ooatt, 
end that he Beeps the freshest 
Hats ever been his boast, 

" He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where you can sit at ease, 
And eat your California Stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
A l the young men of takhiou go 
xttght to the SADDLE BOOK, 
To eat their EASTERN OTBTEBS 
And drink their Bhenlsh hook." 



Asa Ij Waugaman's CTew Sa- 
loon* 

Corner of Halleck and Leldeadorff streets. 
Large aod commodious saloon, cent -ally loca- 
ted, wltb ante-roome, supplied with the beBt 
brands of Liquors and OUars; bounteous hot 
lunch— his gre'-t specialty— "erved from 11 A. 
at. to 2 p. m , and a cold lunch afterwards. Drop 
in and "be Batoned." ISbh 



Hair Goods. 

The cheapest place in the city to buy Human 
and Imittlon fcatr goods, Toys, Dolls, Blbbons 
etc, Is the Mew York Btore 110 Second street. 
Agency for hair silk goods, mWeof pure silk 
Ho branch stores. Goods s nt, C O. D, The 
HtTV York itore has b sen established for years, 
and 1b the leading one in the city* 



Holiday Hats. 

Certainly a new hat Is about as pleasant a 
holiday gift aa can be imagined. There 1b an 
Immense stock of Hat* to select from at "The' 
Hat St re, &*7 Washington street '(second hat 
Btore below Kearny) . The newest styles a trea- 
sonable prices. 12-j 

Special to Ladles. 

For dressmaking in all its branches and the 
latest atyles, call on Mrs. 3. J. Walker, at 310 
Post street. Term- reasonable, 3 Oj 



X :■■ ntal Work. 

Fob HNX5T qualitx of wobk, go to T. 0. Jes- 
sup, dentist, oor. Butter and Montgomery, over 
Tucker's. $-u 

Bias: Bachert, tlie Artist. 

(Late of Saronv's in New York,) now with 
Bradley si. fson, Is Issuing his Elite Por- 
traits. L 



Our batter and obeesewa bought at Chap- 
man's, 72 and 73 California Market, and pro- 
nounce it superior to any in the nv-rtet. I2v 



A .Misander.tandiBt." 

A crcBa-eyed man cast a gloom over a 
Btre t t car last Wednesday, by addressing one 
of seven men, and strangers, on tbeoppositi 
seat, aiaOngbimif be talany chewing to- 
bacco handy. Fiist. the seven ttrangers 
looked as each cfer. Then eeven bands 
went pecketward, and, upon observing this 
motion, each ooe of the seven BupF««d ^is 
neighbor tbe one spoken, and tbe seven 
hands returned empty. Tee erowe-eyed man 
east a ricbocbet glance of indignation along 
tbe line, aid, with tbe remaifa, "A swett- 
scented lot of generous roosters," took a 
cbew of bis own tobacco. 

^ - ' " 
Llpman's Great Discovery 

Propably no obj«t b" ca'itd forth more 
preparations toen that ofrettorlng and beau- 
tyfying human hair; and among all, J.I/P" 
mau s wonder >ul r* Biorer stands beyond 
question at the head for effleteooy and perfect 
safety. This lsakeootUy fffe from Sugar of 
Lead or Lac Sulphur, and never falls to p o- 
duoetne effect d sired; requires no otaer pre- 
pa-at on; Is eaMly applied, and is, withou t 
doubt, the BUSplest, beBt and Oteap»»t hair re 
storative In use. Sold by ell druggists. Gene- 
ral Agents, Ohea. Langley A- Oo„ Wholesale 
Druggi'ts, San Francisco. lv 

Mb. L. JaiXJfwrrs, No. 240 Kearny street, 
New and Second-Hand Clothing, of all descrip- 
tions. bought and eold. £t3» closed on 8at- 
nrday until 6 P. M. " 



Btjsh Btbzbt. . 



.between Montgomery and Kearny > 



OVERWHELMING SUCCESS 

In this Bcintlful Temple of Music, of the 

SUSAN GALTON & JENNIE LEE'S 

OPERA BOTJPFB, 

Burlesque and Comedy Troupe. 



THIS EVENING 



JANUARY 12: 



'. Vojrei ey ^c Srosj, new Candy 

Store. 
At 26 Second street near the Grand Hotel, is 
without doubt the most elegant Candy store In 
be city, and the orowd cf ladles who patronize 
It openly declare their admiration, of the coBtly 
and magnificent appointments of toe store, and 
praise tbe quality of the candles sold there, 
Tbe supply of fancy boxes, cornnoopiaa Christ- 
mas tree trimmirgs, and French confectionary 
fbl the holiday trade will he unrivalled. 12e 

Bt. Peyser, 710 atontscomery Street, 

Wishes to Inform his friends and customers 
that he has removed baek again o his old 
Btand, has enlarged his (tore, and has on hand 
the oheapest and finest store- of Hen's, Youth's 
and Boy's Clothing eTer opened in this city; and 
also, a fins stick of Men's and Boy's Furnishing 
OoodB. Don't forget the number. Call before 
examining elsew here. llx 

For Pboto-crayone. 

And reproduction in a superior style, go to 
Edouard & Oobb, 696 Kearny st near Cali- 
fornia, Ttose desiring any of the above for 
Ohrletmat presents, should make application 
before the rain Bets In, and so avoid disap- 
point ment , satisfaction guaranteed In all 
cases Gi 

Sow I Made 8VO. 

By buying my bed-room set of furniture of 
J. A. Soabrr & Co., 707 Marat t s rett, two doors 
frem Third. They 6*11 Furniture 20 per cent, 
cheaper than any other dealers. I tried them 

all. 12h 

. • ■ - - 

The Old Stnnd-821 Sansome Street, 

Opposite the American Exchange, where the 
public will find the finest brandB of Wines end 
Cigars tbe market affords, also a first-class 
lunch served from 11 to 2. MUUk&n & Daly 
proprietors. llat, 

McDowell, eixow Card Writer 

Beady made and m e £e to order. Boom 10 

$08 Market street, cor. Post and Montgomery n 



DIV.PENP NOTICES, 



DIVIDEND NOTICE- 

Odd Fellows' feaTings Bank. 

THE BOARD OF DIRBOrORH OF THE ODD 
F«11owb* Saviors Back have this day decUrfd 
a diTidenO at the rate of cioaand oao itpth t9-l0j 
p*rceac par aonom on PERMANENT DEPOS- 
ITS, aod at tbe rate ef seven ano three-tenihB 
(7 3-10) per cent, is'aooam on bttORT DEPOS- 
irsforthe ean)i-»nnnal term ending Deoamber 
SI. 167*. pajable on and after tbe lath instant. 
JAMES riEN'SON, «-«■»•■' 
San Franoisoo, January 9, 1874. 



Becrerary. 
j»12-2»r 



DIVIDEWD NOTICE. 

Savings and Loan Society. 

019 CLiT 8TBEET, 

AT A MEENING OF THE BOARD OF DI- 
reotora held January 6, i ST*, a dividend wis 
declared, free of Federal tax, of nine (9j o* r cblI. 
per annam od all d'posit*. fir tbe six mouths tnd- 
iDE December 31, 16-3, pavable on and after the 
15th Instant. ufttDS W. OARMAHT, 
j»9-2w Osshiar. 



DIVIDEWD NOTICE. 

Land Mortgage Unfon of 
California. 

ATA MEETING OF THE BOARD OF Di- 
rect or", be d this date, Jan nary 7tb, a dividend 
of nine (9) per cent, was declared on tbe capital 
atock and investing abarea subscribed prior to tbe 
1st day of July, 1873, and ten CIO) per oent. on llxed 
deposits, and eight (B) per oant. oo ordinary de- 
posit*, free of federal tax. btockbolders and in- 
vesting members are r« quested to present their 
e rtiflcates at tbe office, 1*3 Post street, to have 
their dividends entered thereon. 
ja^-Sw JOHK T. OARTER, Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 
SECURITY SAYINGS BANK, 

304 Snnaome Street* 

AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD eF 
Directors ttjid December SUtb, 187 ,a dividend 
to depositors was deolared for the term ending 
x>»«Biv<ff aiei. io"i, » i she rat*, or nine and six- 
tantbe (9 6-10) par cent, per annom on term de- 
posits, and eight (8) per oent. per aonom on ordi* 
oary deposits— payable on aod after January 2, 
1874— free of Federal tax 
jafi-2w T. F. BACON, Secretary. 



To commence with the laughable Faroe entitled 

BOB BATTLEt,. .. The ex-Obiokeo, a retired Prize-Flgfaaer J. P. BTJHKrTT 

SQUIRE GBEKNFIELD H D. THOMPSON 

JtiB "WaiUr at the "Peroj" Arms JULE ROBINSON 

MB. BENJAMIN BOBBIN An Agsot WILLIE SIMMS 

MRS. PL'NOHKON Lanolady. 'Percy" Arms MBS. JULIA. MELVILLE 

DOROTHY....... The Honaemafd M1S9 VAVABOTJR. 



OTEBTCBE,. 



OROH£»TBA 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

ff«« Oalliernla St.. cor. Webb, 

MOB THE HALF YEAR, ENDING WITH 
r Slat December, 'i"3, a dividend has been de- 
clared, at tbe rate of Nine ■■') per oent. per an-- am 
oo Term Deposits, and Seven and one-half (7,'i) 
per c^nt. per ano am on Ordinary DepositB, fret- of 
Federal Tax, payable on after 12 f b Jannary, B74. 
Br Order. Lu YELL W HI I E. Cashier, 

ja'-lw 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Savings & Loan Soc'y. 

THE BOABD OF DIRECTION OF THE 80- 
otety have declared the dividend for the sec- 
ond half year of 1873, ending thie date, at tbe rate 
of nine (9) per oeot. per ann m on Term Deposits, 
and seven and one-naif <7' s i per oent. per annam 
on Ordinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, pajable 
on and after January 15, 1S7A. By order, 

GEO. LEITE, Secietary, 
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DIVIDEND NOTICE, 

California Savings &Loan Society, 

510 CALIFORNIA STREET, 
Gaarastee Capital, 9300,000. 

THE DIRECTORS OF THE ABOVE FO0I- 
e y have deolared a dividend of ten (10) per 
ool t, per annam on term deposits, and etsnt (8) 
per cent per annam on ordinary deposits, for tbe 
term ending 31st December, 1873, free from Fed- 
oral tax. and payable on ana after 5th January 
1874. By order. D. B OHIgHOLM, Sec'y, 

d;e tm 



PERSONAL. 



JOLIA-YOO CAN GdT ALL alZES FERRO- 
ty pee Pictures taken and ODiibed in ten nain- 
ntei.rain or shine, at "WING A- ALLEN'S, &*3 
Kearnv street, A specialty made in ink Diotnree. 
Yonrs, DAVISON. dc22-lm 



LADIES, SAVE VOL'R HAIR OOMBINGSt 
wax flowers bair flowers and fanoy work ungfc t 
for f5 per month, ttwitobes, cuile, stralgbteoing 
UncleJ hair, weaving, oombingB, steaming cnrls 
*to., etc., all for {5; switches made from 60 cents 
opwarde; side-oarla steamed for 15 centf ; all kinds 
ef work done to order cheap families or classes 
tanght in tbe city or across the bay on reasonable 
terms. Parties ■wisoea to teks lessjna or bare work 
don* shonld take advantage of the time I am here, 
as I leave for Europe in a short time. «10 l-» 
Howard Btreet, bet New Montgomery aod Second. 
de!5-lm 



S.F.BUSIHESSDIRECrORY 

EtMhaellers em<1 Stat losnare. 

H. H. Moore. 6M >u<ntcej]'-rT, near M*rchant 

Botchers, 
Katt, Fred, SUlla M to 109. California Markst 

Sentlats. 
H. E. Pope, 6 Montgomery Street, 

Em i' ley ment OBBce. 
Chinese Employment Oo.— Pierce A Oo., 627 Sao 
ramenlo street. 

HanaQ Hair. 
Bampsos, A. B. 4 Co., UO Second street. 

"Whltenera and Paper Hamgers, 
A. W. Whelden, 133 Geary street. 

Wine* ond Lluoora. CvTbolsssJe.) 
Dsosrl F. * Co.. 50* Ftobb. 



To coBclnde with the new and original Borleeqne Eit-evsgeize founded rn DIOR BOTJCI- 

OACLT'S great Seosatkcn Drama of the COLLEEN BAWN, written by 

H. J. Byron, and entitled MX88 

II1I 8'COHNQR 



MILLS SA COFPALEEX ..HISS JENNIE LEE 

A model Stage Imbman— in faot a perfect Pat-an ; with song of '* "Wearing of the 
t?ieeu'**nd the beantifol Irish ballad, "Wbm will yon do, Low i" 

HAHDBBSS CREGAN Hard-op MISS FANNY YOUNG 

KYRLK DALKY Soft-down MISS L. VaVA-ODK. 

DANNY «ASN A Ferry-min WILLIE SIMMS 

MR. OORRlG&N A Fore-iloaer, inxioo« for oloaer relationship HABRY THuMPSOff 

SERGEANT O' i OORALOULAL A passive and unintelligent officer J. KOB1NSON 

£lr.1r O'* OXNOK A Flower born to blnsb unseen and waste her sweetness on tbe 

deserling beir - , JOHN HOWSOJf 

MI8:> ANN uHDTE A victim of Mi-An-Tropbj MiSb FANNY GIBSON 

MRS. CREGAN A Lady with a very etroDg will of her own but a vary unbatisfactory one 

of her late husband : MRS. JDLIA MELVILLE. 

Brideamaids, Guests, Flnokier, Friends and MyTmldona of a Tyrannical Government, generally 
termed POLICE, etc., by numerous Auxiliaries. 

FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 16, 



The Piano Used in this Theatre is from Sherman & Hyde's. 
tS~ OPERA GLAB6ES TO LET »t the Stud In the Lobby. 



GLOVES— Cleansed and dyed by* new process, 

at SNOWS. 35 Post street. . Be 



NEW STORE. 

New Prioes. 

25 PER CENT. 

Saved by Bnylng Your 

CLOTHING, 

....ASD.... 

FURNISHING GOODS 



AYERS & KEITH, 

AT 

303 Kearny St,, 

Corner Susn. 

Next Door to Eianrel Folece Salooc, 
A Good Assortment of 

GENTS' and BOYS' CLOTHING 

Which wa will cell LOW DOWN, •( 

BED-ROCK PRIOES, 

.A.X 303 Kearny St 

Oorner Bnsb, nest door to Laurel Palace 
Saloon 

ITIXa <fe KII1E. 



jalO-lm 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




SHOW BILLS A SPECIALTY. 



A ,L PALPA! 

NETV CROP. 

FOR SALE, CHOICE LOT Off FES'E OALI- 
lornia-grown Alfalfa, in lot' tosait, for cash, 
at market rateB. Our seed, nolika that imported 
from Chile, ia floe and f re* from Mustard or other 
foreign seed. Vegetable, Ploweracd Grass Seed, 
etc, etc. 

CO.OOO Itamle Plants. 

100,00 Ga-ixix*. Trees 

Fine Plants, Trees, bulbe, and all rticleB in the 
line, fresh and good. Splendid .-.took. 

K E. MOOSE 

Seedsman ar-d Florist, "425 'Washington street, 
San Francisco, California. nS-lm 

asr-Sead for new Catnlofrne. 



!•- IJ^OarPXsETg-O, 

WATCH MAKER. AND DEALER IN 
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver 
and Plated Ware. Maoofactorer of Fine -j— -, 
Solid Jewelry. Also, Diamond Setter. B^jta 
Third and Market Sta., No. 5, Aucicus 
Hotel, San FnnKl.co. 
o»- Watches Repaired at the lowest rates, and 
warranted lor one year. ]ej-Zm 



COLD-ROOM VARIETIES. 

Sixteenth St., Cheyenne, "WronolnfcT. 

JAMES W ALLEN ...Proprietor 

JOHN W. DUNNE Boaioees Manager 

HARRY 8PRIGGB SUge Manager 

HA8JV8T BS£N BEFITTED 
and reopened for the Fall and Winter Sea- 
Bon etith a flrst-claes Company, embraoing Harry 
Spriggs, toe great character actor; Barry Lor- 

nin*, B Mr Forest, Mr. J. W. Dunne, Mlse Lnoj 
Hall, Mies Minnie favie, Miss Nellie Seymour, 
Miss Jennie Logan, Frank Hollay, George Tobler 
ard Charles MuUr, and a fall end efficient or- 
chestra. 

•9- Lady talent comirg East can always secure 
engagement* by sppiying to J, W. ALLEIv.PrQ- 
prietor. GoOD SALARIES PAID. ee2i-3m 



p|PER'8 OPERA HOUSE. 

TmBijtii orrr, n?<uii, 
JOHN PIPES Peopehioi 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

8ACHAMEATO, CAL 
JOHN PIPER Lessxs 

BOTH THESE ELEGANT. THfTATREB OAR 
be rented by the night or week. Stare and 
travailing companies liberally treated with on ap- 
plication to Jv il.l JPMAMca, 

Manager and sole ProprietOf 
O- to J. B. McCAllK. 
jn28>f 338 Bssh o-reet, San FranofsOC. 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTING, 

ELOCUTION AND DEPORTMENT, 
LADIES PREPARED fer the 8TAG£. 

PRIVATE 1HEATRI0AL8 AND AMATEUR 
performances directed, by a lady and gentle- 
man of more than ordinary ezoerienos. For par* 
ticnlars apply to MR. J. H. MoOABK, 

Theatrical Agent, No. 839J Bush btreet. 
delO-tf San Franoisco. 



McDAMEL'S THEATRE 

CaUTEOI, VISMIJie, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

saV-Talent going East will find it to their advu- 
tage before leaving California to correspond with 

J. McDAMKL, 
aay9 Look Box No. 1. Cheyenne, Wyoming. 



GEORGE MAYES, 

8, CLAMS 
FISH, 



DEALER IN OYB'_- 
andaU kinds of E _ 
StailaNoa. AO, 41, AS, OsUforala 
Market, entrance on California street 

Public ot priTate parties sod families anppliad 
rrom 6 A.U. to H p. h. Ladies' and Gentlemen's 
Orv-ar Boca, ooen from 6 l<l lo 13 p.m <e37bj 



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teaching beffinners. 



CLAY-STREET 

RIDING ACADEMY, 

8311 Clay Street, cor. 
Stork ton 

This is the moet elepan* 
and oommedioae Riding 
Academy in tbe oity ; open 
day and erening. Partio- 
nlar attention paid to 
dt2f-Im 



A. MARSHALL 4 RETY, Proprietors. 



V AirrjF ACTUE KR9 
— ATTD— 

BEPAIRCRS 



THOI. W. BR£E & CO., 

GOLD and SILVER PLATERS 

SjQ bdurs, Binjos, 

BRASS FOUNDERS & FINISHERS 

a*-L*.aocs Eiren on tbe Banjo and Drnm. s>AfJ 
MISSION STREET, between First and Second. 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjoa for PrO- 
easionala always on band. iaIS (f 



CANDIES! CANDIES! 

IVE . A.. MBHCHH 

Manufactures every description of 
CADDIES, Wholesale and Ketnll. 
SI 8 Kearny 8t., between Saoramento and Cali- 
fornia, and 1ST Second etreet, between 

Minna and Natoma. nol-lm 




BOCKOLOVtt && 



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^ ^ 'oKNIiHEQ ROOM.' 

110 U ISO p.r Htm 

WEST fWHOTEl 



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MOWOAV. JAKCAKT Ir. IHi. 



V«J. XIX. ■• » 



PACIFIC 

LAtT REPORTER 



CALIFORNIA TH1ATR1. 




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"T.VIl COMPANY 
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CHEAT CATALOCUE OF FUN. 

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Of lhf> Slnlwippi. 




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THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 



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Publishes all the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 



J. P. BOG AUDITS, Pnblishei. 



REMMELSBURG 
IVoI'I-.IL.ID MARIEl 

Aavi i*pi *• aWti*! of aT*ar*r T*a**j UiK 

THE WONDERFUL GIRARDS. 

rt.TJmmiaT_.i_,. jui^ibn. bmil.f, 

In Their Saltatorial Gymnastic Folly called Leg-Mania. 
PROF. O'REIARDOIV, 

Wonderful Tumblcronican Performer. 
IjAuji a mi<i xi a n n. y otiAnK 

In lliclr M>l m Ulnef Doable* Trapesa A«-f. 

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fH-»in K*,l»«a lob* Woodard 

i I « » a* O % I K- ... EIM JEMMIi: «t»HNM>|7 

."■■ft"? (triad i* MIm *alli« Un-ard 

Daring the pa* a lb* greet BELLA I'Mofi 0*JI OAS. 



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hiss r. btam.h' 

MRS. O R. SAUKDKkb i 

MIES BLUE WILTON 

MI98 FMH.V l-KM* 

.. .11188 UA(.».IK MOOHS 

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.bT.//„VME»'8MVrk"ESTON 'MAKLiNVwCKibs. MJbBBS J. BTANLBT. 
NELLIE EEKNBY MAOQIK MURPHY end olb* 



TBI NAIAD yCEEN. 
r LI' V| A. .A waled, tb* (avorlUoi _ 
IPt X.... A .*a-*a. •n»»or#d of Mabo*pp* 
A *t I" ll IP to , A d« ( i[ ichabi lag tb* RblD 
MoaiUr . At.andaair. S-*rli. • •■ollaraao. at" 
BfANLKV. _ 

!-*>-ii<>l>owiw olSoenory un«l IncldeiitR. 

ACT I So**>* lsf.— Gottiu' H*ll is RrrfRi's Caru, Bmim 2d — Tb* l.ufli* B*rg. Soto* M — 'J»v*ru on tbsHaokiof 
tb* Rhln». Sb»o» *to.— Tba Grotts oo tb* Khin* aod !»i1il'« Bath. Ballet of the (otal Qroite, Introdneirg lb* 
R«Bi>wU»r< a Rioter ■ And (op* do Hilar Ornod Table an. 

ACT II »0»»Ut.— IDE SCBUAblltC LUvutN. Scan* id — Tb* StaiaactHe Hatlla of I.orlrl Pral. 0'Me«rd«B 
Ik bl> Roadi-fil T«a*bl«i aaiicoa P*rfornM^ L.Mir.t ..mi Harry flark, Wnmlrrfai l>nnhlr 

Traprrf. wariMqi Unllrt !'«• dc Banqarl. RmnelaherB bitter*. r*i« de Clocber, Marl* OaoniD, 
Tblrtr 0*rp*il* Ka l*t. Daooof th« N*l*d *rmph.. Oenernl l.hiraa, 

At. 1M BaMvil-et Hill in LobcHauicM Cabtlk. loihiiiom** II b«iatrodao*d tb* o*w wondar, Tbe B*x*nd Bus: 
Mystery, by J-rom lln Mar, E»q. 8oea* Id— Act*-Oh»mb*r lo iho u M tl*. bo* a* Id — Tb* Crriul Obam- 
b«r b*titf*Lb >h* Rbioo. I.e B -MMnlw A*C by tbe Olrardi B«*e* 4tn.— Oothlo Obaroh-r Ho«a* Mb — Dorob»n'»n 
C*«tl*,(**rasd •»•*• ocoopyioi ta* *Dt-r*d*ptb *f tn* itw*.) ftrand M.-cb of the A*ut*m *id Warlike Tab. 
leaa 

Act IV. Bo*B» l*t.— louriorof th» 0*atl*. Soaas Lait,— Tb* Oattl*. Approach of tba Amazon* opon tb* (Jaatle. Tb* 
lfsiad Q***a coc(]a*r**ad forciv**. The Ciatle Entomhrd, Hoat of t«e IVialnd Qoreo 

labT^aiad^queen^m^jneeJ^^ 

Od MONDAY. January lBtb, flrat *ppear*noe of MR. 







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JAPANESE TOMMY. 



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Thl* rogMbintbt U (or 12 Nij.hU, dariog wbiok villi be p. rtormod 

Daddy O'Dowd ; Kerry; The Collen Bawn ; and Arrah-na-Pogue, 

Id whlob the Actor-Dramatist will appear In the charactera oii^iually created by him. 



To ooncJod* with tbe Uoghabl* BA«t.b ol tba 

X-.X'ST'Et IP»iTJ3IA.lV. 

P*t*r P|M*....Maa Aboot Town Matt Ka It 

Orlando Sbnrtcnt Tomaa* Itartoo 

Ubail** HaorjF Tommy Br#* 

Joib S*ad* Fnd Htobi* 

.lo* Bitten W. Barry 

Virg.nla Bbaitout Nelll* Uowaid 

Engaged aod will ibortlr arrive, tut- beautiful specialty 
Artlilo and 8*rlo-CODMo Vocallal 

miss aijioii nosa 

Also, tbe eocpnflc Come.Hao .od Oomlo Slnacr, 
MR. ED. MUHHAT. 



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Charles R. Peters & Go. 

REAL ESTATE AND COMMISSION 

a ALL THEIR BBANCHIS. AUCTION, ttc. 

N T o. 4051 California St., 

OppMit* Bank of California. 

E«f*r*aoM. aay paraoa wbo b*« bad boiioe* 
tb a* ia S*a> Franolico and New York aod *lie- 
•bar* for tblrtr-two yaar*. 

No Hioim U 1*1 or R.ota '.ooll*ot*d. 
No Deebtfal Tltl** Wanted. 

■ ball bold a luga Aaetloa Sale in Mayor Juaa— 
tad la yoar property after Fabruan lit. Held on 

u>f0*r BaalliUtomatll afur March let; I will 
ibow yoo a aiaxket for It, aod a a*w atjl* of Real 

■ I at* boalD***. Ia5-lw 



EV 

mi aittn* 

giSlHOT SCOTCH 

■■t^S"" sal 6 owe, 

a ?^| 38 Sutter Street, 

And 33G Bush Street, 

ACU OJLT 1WO DOOM ISOM 
11.1*11 STBEJBT. 

11 T3rlAO.i5c.s 
lO Gts. 

EOT & COLD WHISKY PUUCH 
A SPECIALTY. 
fffjj^ot Clam Chowder Every Night 

J. D. BRI0OB, I BRIGOS A TOPPING. 
Proprietor of tbe Proprietors of 

tter-Btreet Beloon. Boib-3ir<et Silooo. 
d.l»-rt 




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OQ PINE B !•., b.low KEARNY. 
**0 For Ladle, end O.ailem.n. 

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'aateaxt A.ppllod For 

A. W. MANNING, Proprietor. 

eelO-tf 



JENTRAL 

*>. IIS Oearr Street* best aecomu — 
tlooi for Famtti** to the Oily. Prlrat* Kn- 
no* for Ladia*. Hair OatUay, SbavlOE bad 
.»po.lo,. - t», 1 dr«'. ^gS^ij^' 

Proprietor. 



HOT DRINKS 

....FOB. .. 

Winter Weather. 

SACK, P O Ci S E X 1, 

Mri.i.r.o niMs, rtr. 

8PIERS & POND, 

422 SACKAMEiMO STKEET, 

(On* Door below Saapome.) 

A NEW BILL OF FABE HVKRY DAY. 

Tba Proprietor* *f the bpftraAPesd bare pur- 

obaaed from 

A rOPCLAB WR1TEB 

On Oaatroaomy, 

Three Hundred an.*. Twelve BUI* of Fare 

Oaleulatad to oa**t tb* waat* of 

ONE THOUSAND PERSONS, 

Who may therefore be certain of a different pro- 
gramme, for 

1TIBT DAT IK THJE TIAB, 

Soup, Fleh. Entrees, Joints, etc., 

At eleven o'clock preoiatlfe 



"THE VILLA," 

At tbe New 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tb* Building baring jost been completed, ia 
aow thrown open to i b* pablio. The hoaee is ele- 
gantly Inrniebed, and has 

Four Pablio Parlors, 

— AKD— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

The whole being ballr, net like a pablio hotel 
bat aa it ie Dinned, 

An Elegant Villa. 

"Tbe Villa" ie located at tb* last or north- west- 
ern gate of tbe Perk. 

Kpioarean Br*akfaat«. Dirioar* and tjnppera 
prepared on the aborteat notice. 

GUDIO MANGEftBERG & CO., 

PBOPRIETORb. )»-l» 

I». J. GATELY, 

Formerly of tb* 

"SUNBURST SALOON," 

Ie to bo found at 

Bla New Sample Boouk, lOlS Market 

■treett oppeslte Fifth. 

ear- His old friends and tbe pablio K*n*r*Hy will 
Sad b*r* tbe ohoioeat bracdi of LIQUQKb and 



MILITARY GOODS 

....AJID. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICAl 
TRIMMINGS, 

BIS Hulnmtri etrtet. Mmk !».. a. 

"uiu t. roixikju jemraos. 



CHRISTMAS. CHEER. 

THOMAS P. WALL, 

....or THE 

Cosmopolitan Sample booms 

No BO TDIBD BTBR6T, 

Bn leld lo > .pleodld etook of LIQUORS 

For the HOLIOAYX ! 

Jamleeoo's Marrowbona-Laoe Disttllary Dnbllo 
Wbitky. ex ship Mnmboldt: Gleolivut Scotch 
Whiaky; Double-Diitillo'l Old R»e, fienpoUDlB- 
tillery, Pltttbarg: OninaeHB' XXX Dublin M-oat: 
Bass' Barton Pale. Ale. All aamples 10 cents. 
Uot Scotch A Irlah Whukj s, Egg Nomf a. 
deli 



AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND 

fSALOOKT. 

NO. OS3 SACBAMIMO STREET, 

Koown •• tbe GHIOAQO BEER DEPOT. 

CEORCE B. AUSTIN, 

HAV1HO PUR0aA8ED THE ABOVE, WILL 
be olm.d to nje,t ill old AUSTRALIANS 
»nd NEW ZHALANDERS.tbfcir frieDds end tlt- 
Ibbo. Rooer.ll , wbo ere eeeored ef a beertr wel- 
come and BOOd ob.er. HOT LU.VOU er. ry d-y. 
PHEE AND l-ASY ererr Rfttoidey Ev.nine at 8 
o'olook. rlr.l-«UeePiaol.t. Je2-lm 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AND 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

CQC WASHINGTON ST., 
OOOb«]iv Kearney. PH.I0KS , 
REDUCED. Bathe. 25 cent". '_ _, 
yharicg, 25 o*Dt9, Hair Oat- IT batmi 
ting, 25 cents, Shampooing, 2ft ,„,,„ „ D „ IO , 
oenU. Medicated Baths. JOHN GKHIF. 

■aS-U 



OO TO THE WINDSOR 

B00TANDSH0EST0RE| 

BOSH Hnrket Street, 

Near Fifth. 

The Largest aeeortment for Gent*. J 

Ladle* and Oblldres, 
atth* Loweat Prloee. ji5-lm H. F. WALSH, 



•aS 

1 



319 BUSH STREET. 

ALHAMBRA house. 

THIS BOUSE, BEING CENTRALLY ^^. 
looated, near all tue plaoipil Hotel*. f*«r 
ReHtsarant and places of Aa-nnemect, Lfl; 
Straoffr* can Bod rood, rornforttble, pleas- -»-^»» 
at and elegant rooms at rea-onnble prices. 
oo24-tf 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDB OE THE IMKildl JA«DK 
made at onr Swam Candy Peetory dally. All 
erdere,«peolellylromtlie ooentry, era eoliolted 
„d -111 be mm a, .gjod e d «. WA0KFA 

au*15 1«T Hontromery at- a*Ar Satt-W 



FRED. KATZ, 
BEEF AND PORKv. 
BUTCHER, 

Blair* 94 to lOe Oa'a. Market. 

•ay- The most popular Family iiaoQ la the city, 
ealt-Sat 



To the Unfortunate* 

JDK. GIBSON'S liHi'i.NS.vKV. 

NO. 6Sa KEAHNY STRKKT, OOR- 
ner ol Commercial, San Franoixoo 
Knlrance on Oomaieroial street. Eatab- 
liebed io ISM, for Lhe treatment sad 
□ore of sll disease* of tbe urinary and 
generative o'gaas, and all physical ooo- 
cMiiiu. or weaknese consequent upon tbe error, 
or ignorance r.f toe sexes, bkin disease (of years' 
standing) ard ulcerated legs sneoesefQlly treated. 
The rich and [he afflict d enotild not f*)l to call 
upon him. Tb* Doctor has travel-id extensively 
in Eo rope, and inspected thoroughly the various 
hospitals there, obtaining a greatdeal of valuable 
information, whiob bo ia competent to impart to 
tboae in need of bl* service*. Dr. Gibbon will 
make no charge unleea be effects * oar*. Addresc 
DR. J. F. GIBBON, Sox WOT, Ban Franoiaoo. 
D*J6atl 



POSTERS, 

Programmes, and all kinds ol Printing for 

•HOW, LEOTUUK. I'ONOCRT, THJaV 
A IKE and OIJBCVS «ANAOBW, 

AT LOW RATKB, BY 

^. 3L7». Sterett, 

saa oijA-r stkkkt. mki 



LEAKY ROOFS, 

Tin, Asphaltum, or Bos- 
ton Mastic 

REPAIRED. 

Bend orders to H. O. FISKB. 
809 Harka Btreet. 



OR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And Colleue ofHedlclne. 

in i1f\i\ BEAUTIFUL AND INSTRUCT. 
1U.UUU iva obieots to be seen. Qpento the 
Pablio DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HALi 
UlS Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLY., 

af-Da. Johdan'S PBITATI Ofb-iok is at Sll 
Gearr street (opposite old ftleobanioa' PaviHoo). 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Either California or Eastern Oyetm, 
Oooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'S, 

Stall* 57, 53 and 5t) California Hark*t, 
(Entrtnoe on Pine Street,) 
*3T Families aod Restaarants supplied at short 
notice. del7-lm 



0? 



J. C. COMBES, 
TJBR-KA.PI1S JL.XJ1VCH, 

Cor, Second und Teh^nn* street*. 

r*T*rrapln oomtAntly on band. 
FOyater* ia every st~le. PRIVATE 
aSUPPKR ROOMS FvlR PARTI R«. 

dwo 31-tI 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 



Market. San Fraaoisco. >pen Day 
and Night. Famllta*. PabJ.j and Pri- 
vate Parti**, Ho**ls, Sbl r ping and 
ReauaraaU lupplled. 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hal. 

CM AN. L, STONE, Provrletor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

between Uniifotal* and Pin*. 
Thle elegant resort, h*e lately been enlarged, atf 
DOW contains 5 new Buvel tables. The best Llqaoffc 
and Cigar* at tbe Bar. Five Urge Bneiy furnisba*. 
rooms, for olnbs and prlvat* partiea ontbelroWB 
terms and rules. j*7-3m 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

R01RING 0CE1NI SURGING BREAKERS 
FORMING SURF, M03STER SE» L ONS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunohes, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUH WIFEI 

BRING YOUR FAMT1.YI 
BRING YOl'R LADY FRIBNDB 

Aod enjoy a rie w of tbe flneet OCEAN PANO- 
RAMA IN TUB WORLD, ell In light ol. 
tbe world-reno.ned 

Golden Gate. 

With e fleet of wbtle-ninited meeeenrer. enterln, 
from eiery pert ol the eommerotal world. 

19-New Line Bon.ee. connection with Street 
Oare at Loop MonDtrln et.ry 15 miootee bereaftew 
for tbeuliff Honee Jyl-tf 



R. MEN D EZ, 

No. 19 Ceary Street 

RED TjIOlNr, 

Fit*-.-: A Pill EAST every 

■ Saturday evening at 8 o'olook. 

' Beat Wines aod Liquors. Tb* 
•'Old Sport" will alwitya be OB 
bano to meet bis friends, 

Jd32 



THEATAK. MINSTRJEI, AND MAI- 

qVIBASI. Kftll'IRKMKNlS 

WHOLlOSAftVE. 

TigbtB, Pads, HarltQuio, Olown and Aolma 
Dresse*, MaakP, Bparglea, and Gold aod Silver 
TrtmtaingB. NAlUAN JUBbPU 4 0ft, 

noM *** 01 °y Street 



MISS N. SCULLY. 

LADIKif 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSEt, 

Baa Removed to 

81* WASHINGTON ST., 

Foot doors below a took ton ftrafi 

Hairwork of ail DeucriDtlona made to ordei 

Obarges moderi.*e. Jallim 




Philadelphia Restaurant. 

0HA8. T. BKRGOLD, P&Ol 



a. v*g*tabi*a, noara oy tn* •- 
AOS PINS 8TRRKT b*lw**n K 
aoi Mn«trf«tTtai-» aiar 



WELCHMEN t 

TRY JONES' SUB»TITOT« 
BUckinj, at 8AA Boih a**"* 



" jV*X.Gfr A- 5F^ O 



T* J0BENA1 



^MOaEttKHTS. 



ibU«h«d r»-"7 0*j io the Yw 3j 

MS Herekuil MUO St** WMMnitoi *ta 
B*)nw Monuromer., Sai FrknoUCA 



MONDAY JANUABY 12, 1874 



Th« Car Conductor. 

Mr. Cowdery of ths Aisembly, thinks 
tb&t the hoan which car oiaduc'ora, and 
drivers have to work, are too long. Borne 
poople insist that eigbt hoars a day should 
be the rale. These when they learn that ths 
•lasa for whom Mr. Cowdery pleads work 
Sixteen, will, we imagine, think it is time 
tbat somethiog was done for them. Ooe Hoe 
if cars dow ©nets nineteen hoar's work 
•torn its employee! The companies say "if 
>nr men dont want to work sae'i long hoars 
they need not; they can qait, and we oia 

f mmediately fill the * places." This is true. 
There are hundreds of men waiting for 
vacancies on the cira. They do not intend 
to remain car oondnctora all their lires, tmt 
they wish to get these positions, and keep 
them until something better tarns up. If 
the companies would make tie position of a 
car oondaator more remunerative, a ad less 
irksome, they wonld be bettsr served. As it 
is, theyhireone nan to act as conduct >r, 

and another to watch him to see that be does 
not steal. This is poor economy. We hope 
Mr. Cowdery will saecaed io bringing the 
street railroad companies to a sense of what 
is right 



Wlikie Collins Interviewed. \ there to furnish Mr. Oollios information.) 

A reporter of the New York Spirit of the O.-gioalit/, serenely cootinued the novelitt. 

1 'originality in a play-writ r is ths quality of 

prei anting new ideaB— of weaving a plot 
wit i which one Is familiar, at least 9© far as 



A Job for Cowdery, 

Oowdery of San Francises is worklog hard 
Io the Assembly. Whsn he has introduced 
all the bills he ha i at present on hand, we 
have another* for him. It is a disgraes to 
the State of California, that adulteration of 
find, is oarried to the extent it is, and t^e 
law affords no protection to purchasers- An 
act to prevent adulterations, aad imitations 
of food is a necessity. There is aonaUy in 
this city a company engaged in making a 
greasy eubs'anca from the fit of aoimala, 
which it sell* as "California butter." This 
would be allowed in no other part of the 
wirld. Cblccory, a'lould not be allowed to 
be sold for oofEee, aoetic acid fjt wine vine- 
gar, salt for salera'LUfl, or dog and c it fat for 
butter. Ab Mr. Pickering would say: "Will 
Mr. Oowdery introduce a bill to prevent 
adulteration ? 



War Declared. 

Sraa D&oril-i t&lk of Onba, 
And apeak of war witb Suiia, 

Hoping oar Boldian will go forth 
Ana take toe Spanish main, m 

Bab wiser men purler to go 
And get &□ oyster stew 

At the Kookaw&y Uoa ae on Market etreet , 
So elegant nod nt> '. 

Hers man can talk their business 
"Whlla neapHd id *. pile 

Ojaters and ditl -runt kind of Qab 
Are cooked in every Btyl i, 
A private door on tddy etreet, 

A'.im ts tbe kid i ~ f tir 
Walle tbe eaHoa for elegance 

Makes sverybo3> stnre. 
For baiioeie rmn, and otber folks 

It nsveroa ■ b^ boat. 
The food is good, toe prioee low 

At 1004 Market etreet. 12-1 
Kd. Kbehmke. Proprietor. 
» 

Ladles In the abov* handJome cirria^es may 
be aeen any time daring tie day in front of 315 
Kearny street, near uuah street, waltmg {for a 
few momei t ) for a dozen or two of those tel- 
ebratsd Written VI Jtlng Curd', so elegantly 
weou'ed by John P. Owyer card writer for the 
Brand Hotel. N. B.— Oards wri'ten, enpravsd 
»r print >d io tie lot i*t and niott faatiiona le 
ityle, handkerchiefs marked, tt noU pla'eB 
jeatly cat, and minograme engraved and 
printed, H-t 

DO IV ot ISufi -> trom Ootih 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bun- 
Urns, Olnb and Ingrowing Nails, oau find Instant 
relief by applying i* Dt.h. H. Cowan's lasti- 
tute, 810 Kearny Btroet, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 
■»»*Jt from experience, havmR tested the Doc 

ter'i capability. BefereDoes BlveE Ifreanired. 

— ■ • 

l>r. Donerty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
ehronlo and specific practice, and as such Is 
now the most anooet-ful of any Physician In 
Ban STranolsoo, Office 610 Bacremento street, 
corner of Leldesdorfl, a few door* uelow What 
Cheer Horn* I 



be 



»»m Moore, 

Formerly of Bubs House Oarrlaees, 
found In trout of Oolem&n Bros, clothing es- 
tablishment, southwest comer Bush and Mont- 
gomery eta, , or Dexter Stables. Carnage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
K night, at reduced rates. ro 

Jk. Fleaaant ljocaaon. 

Fexsons desiring comfortable lodgings tc a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let then 
Tne bnlldlng la a rar flna one and is well 
lighted and ventilate a . , 

The Matinee Fruit Stoie 

Keep* the cholcrst varlttles of domestic 
and Import >d fruit i. j oil let, confectionary etc, 
ands»Usat the low»*t rats'. Pure, healthy 
Apple Older, fesh fr.jm the press every day. 
Mo. 409 Bush str eet, ooe door a bove Kearny. If 
▲ Really Ohoiee Oiffevr 

Can only be obtained at the Orient d Cigar 
Store, 239 Bush St op posit • Mercantile Library, 
where the very finest Havana cigars and Tobac- 
co are always o n ha ad. 13-d 
The Doiicncy of a,ll Seasons. 

la B. F. Bunkbs's Club Sausage; Its fame has 
spread far and wide througheut the land. The 
only F lace to obtiln tils celebrated Sausage It 
at stalls 74 and 75 California Market. llz 



Wfttche Je~weliry .Etc. 

Of every description, at the very lowest prioee 

H. A. Calender's N. W. corner of Seoondand 

mission street*. Watohes carefaHy repaired. 8r 

Bemembcr the place to buy flrst-class bettor, 
^gB and eheeae, is So. 72 and 78 California 
. \arket 12v 



sk 



T«ih and Street. 
- For the best confectionery. g9 to Canty and 
j 4X/aguer*6, 107 Montgomery St. near Suttct. It 



Times tails how he interviewed Wilkte Cvl 
lias. He says 

Accompanied by Manager John McCul. 
lough, who enJoyB the personal acquaint mce 
of the distinguuhed novelist, wj drove to 
Westminiater Hotel, where Mr. Collins re- 
sides when in the city, probably becanss 
Dickens stopped there. Hot-1 clerks; a» a 
rule, are a haughty, reserved, self-absorbed 
caste; but there was a remoteness a be- 
very— caref a l— how— yon— address — me sort 
of manner, a "far-away Moses," look about 
the Westminister Brahmin, whom we fjund 
at bis post, extremely suggestive of tbat 
early Spanish King who scorched himself to 
death sooner than tbe ring with bis own re- 
gal band fir a fire-screen, 

After a graplo accatiBt of tbe 'errors of this 
being the reporter continues: 

Mr. McOullough commenced to fling 
'Wearing of the Green" in his glaWor 
voice, while we beat a oheeriag and stirring 
accompaniment on an adjaeant cluster ot 
steam pipes, with a blaoktborn Barney Wil- 
liams gave us, tbe two of us making a duet 
of racket which would have driven Bob 
Stwyer and Mr. Ban Allen wild with envy. 
This fetched bim. The Iceberg broke from 
its mooring and fl a'ed grandly, coldly 
r listlessly towards us. As McCollough sairj 
a'terwerd, "He didn't walk, heglode," When 
he reached the counter, against which he 
brought up as an iceberg might when it 
collides with a continent, he looked upon 
us with the fixed, far-a»eiog, passionless 
gaze of tbe sphinx, aid said never a word. 
Mr. McOullough meekly inquired if Mr. Wil- 
kie Collies was "at home." Tbe B'ahmin 
r -laxed enough to say tbat he believtd t lere 
wa3 snch a m an in t l e house. One of Bar- 
ney Williams' countrymen, who has jnst 
come over to learn tbe trade of an alderman, 
epeedly returned with an invitation from 
Mr. Collins to "come up;" and harrowing 
the Brahmin's fe-liogs by remarking in a 
Btvge aside that the house omelt of fiish- 
balle, we went up. 

Having reached the room the following 
occured: 

W. C— You seel know you; but I never 
waB 'interviewed.' I don't know how to go 
ab 'atit." 

Critic. — Yon are not being 'interviewed,' 
Mr. Collins, In thejumal acceptation of tbe 
term as established by the 'Paul Pry' sys- 
tem of thedailiea. The Spirit oares only to 
knowyour views on literature, ataad st ge 
questions cf which you are bo distinguished 
a-j exponent. If you bad committed a mur- 
der or elip?d wit 1 ! anoter man's w'fa, we 
certainly would not "interview" you. But 
you have written a book and a pUy, and 
thosa are cases in whicb, in our judgement, 
the "interview" sjs'em b&oomesa pleasant 

ond iuetru t"v* mode of public tooohing. 

W. 0.— "PI itol thou reaB^neat well." What 
would you have me do? 

Critic.— Tell meahout the '-New Ma^da- 
lao." 

W. C— Mr. McOullough there knows oa 
much about the hardships of t'-at pas.- as I 
do. I wrote the play for Miss L?clorq, She 
paid me for it. Before it coald be even pro- 
duced a ewarm of "imitations," or "adapta- 
tion s, " as they call them, sprang np all over 
tbe c un try. The value of the original play 
was gone. Mies LeCleicq was engaged to 
pi *y among otber engagements nith Mr. 
MoCollough, and tbe engagement had to 
be broken at a great 1ob3. I gave ba?k Miss 
L^Olercq tbe money she had psid me, as a 
matter of common bonesty. 1 had no re-* 
drees. The book was written in England. 
and Lad not even as m.uoh protection here 
as is given to game birds and wild animals. 
Now, if I want to write a play for this coun- 
try it must either be original io[story;aB well 
as stage tieatnent, or I must writ 1 a book 
st ry in this country* 

Critic. -Does not th- same s'ate of things 
exist bet vee j England aud Fraic*? 

W. O.— Not the same state of things; nol 
There ib no interoa'ional oopyright law, 
but if a publisher there takes my bo:>ks he 
pays me for them. A publisher in Philadel- 
phia has tbe hardihood to now announce a 
complete and cheap edition of my works, 
when be knows that I am personally super- 
vising an edit -on on my own behalf for 
my authorized publishers. It is a hard 
case, and not at all areputible one. You 
cannot expect t > have a good school of pure- 
ly American author so long as your publish- 
ers can select from t le literature of the 
world without price. 

Critic— You are annouLOd to read in 
New England by the Authors' Bureau. 

W. 0.— I am to read in Boston and other 
cities, but not nnder tbe management of 
tbat association. Their method of conduct- 
ing business did not snit me, and I annull- 
ed the connection I had with them. 

Game— And New York theatres; do yon 
like them ? 

W. O.— Of course; they are modern struc- 
tures, built witboot regard to cost. Why 
should they not be well adapted to the pur- 
pose forwnloh they were intended ? Eng- 
lish theatres are not nearly so comfortable 
or safe, although, as a rule, they have more 
ettge room. 

Oniric — Mr. Collins, do you think Mr. 
Bouoicault resembles Sbakespaare? 

W. C — In many respects. Both, are Eng. 
lish. Both wrote plays. Both played in 
their own pieoes. Both were accised of ap- 
propriating from foreign sources— Shake- 
speare lrom Italian stories, Bousioinlt from 
the French. There are many points of re- 
semblance. By the by, there is a deal of 
cant about "originality." What ia origin, 
nality? (We instantly give it up, not being 



thep'ay-writar knovs. TLat, though, 

o ie unfurt mat > reason why the f*bric of 
so many plays is bo flimsy, while tie dia- 
logue and situations are oft -n good. Tbe 
r«de mloer may dig from theeartbt ie gold, 
but! n e"« he tra'ned and skillful ati^a i to 
faihioa it into artistii shape and form. Some 
"original" o-itics have recently much be- 
praised theKteT. W. Robertson for origi- 
nality, mentioning "School." not knowing 
that it is from the German, as much as "The 
Woman in While," is from my book. 

Critic —Now, Mr. Collins, pleass look 
over this MSS, and if you find a word t ere 
you haveo'c sad or wo'jM not wish said, 
scratch it. 

W. C. (afer attrntUe aid seemingly 
pleased pereual).— There Is nothing to cor- 
rect. Where yon have changed a wora it 
has be n for tee bett r. 

We bade Mr. Collins adieu, apologizing 
f jr our lengthy visit, and awakening Mana- 
ger McCullougb pohtly wit drew. 

In strolling round tbe other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gaa light, 
unr oarelasa (eat, by obance did stray 
To where a foantaln's ceaseless play 
01 sparkling waters, made a screen 
Tnrongh whlcb a sweet bouquet was sees ; 
While motpy attme and pearly shell. 
O'er which the watere-softly fell, 
made that window eeem to be 
Aoxae fairy grotto of the sea. 
.Stop," said my friend, "let's go In here 
It loose so nice— and try their cheer."; 
"All right," I said, *■! must agree 
That this place suits me to a *T."' 
fio Boonsr had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish— 
SKld they bad almost any disli 
That we might name. We found It true. 
And oodkwt ma^mjIcmUjf, too; 
All kinds of oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Oooked every style; just think of that, 
and If your mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam a and crabe and terrapins';' 
in fact, we found tbey had within 
Tbat cosy place all klndeof game. 
Pish, fleBh or fowl which we oould name, 
Wbile every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladi?p, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they have here the best ice cream; 
do aere they flock, tbe little glnners, 
To get what thny cill "saab nice dinners," 
vPJuoevet doubt? this let him rush 
To throe hunrlred thtrty-seven Bush, 
iJitl there this truth he'll Snd made plain! 
'•'. ii r £oes t'aere onoe will go again, 
Pacific Oyster Honte, 837 Bush street, afiov* 
tf mtgomery; open Day and Wight. 

OHarleh 8AAEE. Proprietor. 



ART ASSOCIATION. 

OPESINO OF 

WINTER EXHIBITION. 



THE GALLERY OF TUB SAN FRAN01SOO 
Art AB80c!atlon.ai3 PINE STREE r, i a now 
opan to tb« pobliu duly, from 10 & M. to 5 P. at., 
and from 1 to 10 P. H. 

A SpUDdid ool eclioo of 

CASTS FROM THE ANTIQUE 

I* on exhibition for tb« flr?t time, embracing man j 
of th» mot' f imoQ« Greek Stataes and Parthenon 
FiIcks Rel ; eroe. Also mora than 

One HaiKlreU Original Oil Palotlna:*, 

Iaolodlng the celebrated piotare by Jacobs, of 

"lAUSBRf AND DELILAH," 

Season tioketi.admi'tijae gentleman and lady, $3. 

Str-sle admleetoa, .50 oenta, die tt 



Happy Now Year. 

For Bon Bins and M-jt^os f'.r yiur New 
Tear'd t ble, go to "The LeadJijg Coidy 
Stort," George Hnas & Cj's, 20 Kearny et eet, 
near Market. Their display of bollaay facoy 
ROodB will tot^l1y eollpaa any former esbl .ltion 
or thla very popn!ar firm. They have alao im- 
port d the moat elegant asBoitm-int of Frjnch 
Oaudy Boxes and 0oroucopl*a ever seen In tins 

city. H-a 

.... - .-.» .. ... - 

Go WQere ttoio •* Woodbine" 
Twlnotli 
And partake cf tbe luxur os t » be fonnd 
ther^a Tlie De: t of BeiBuuable hot panchea 
of all Blcda, "wonderful" landc every day 
and ni£bt Private parlorB, gentltmany treat 
mont by tie p-cprlttur of the "Woodbine." 
Geo. Collin, No. 1 Mo ton t-trect, one doer 
from the gra^t thorjughfare— Kearny Bt:eet.' 
Call) lL'bh 



That Gorgeous Furniture 

....FOB THE.... 

Mm. 

HOLIDAYS 

HAS ARRIVED. 

COME and SXiEI IT. 
CALIFORNIA. 

Furniture Manf g Co. 

220 to 226 BUSH ST. 

delMm 



mention, Good Livers! 

VTR. P. BERGKS. £ OP.MKRLX ^. 

Jrl. proprietor o( the Mtnere' Rea- Jpl 
:aarint, L's* .:r.hsn the management JS/aSi 
of both the Minera' Re^naraot ob^sV^s 
Oommercia) etreet and tbe Miners' ■ inarm % 
Braocb on Marfest street, Oar Btiie ol Far* 

era b" -73 all tbe delioaciee of the eeaaoc. Our 
motto is "Good Pare, Oood Oooting and Modarati 

Chareee " 

P. BEBGKS A CO. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

631 and 53S Oommerciol. c<* 
TOO Market atrest. 

Open rim S A-il- to It) P.M. se!6-tt 



NEW GOODS 



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AMERICA 

ISTUE 

GREAT 
I X L 

AUCTION STORE 
618 KEARNY ST. 



Business Conducted on Fair 
and Honest Principles. 



ALL GOODS WARRANTED 
REPRESENTED. 



AS 



New Goods Arriving Daily. 



THE LARGEST STOCK AND LOWEST PRICES 
OF ANY HOUSE IN THE CITY. 



CLOTHING, 
COARSE and FINE ! 




'fRSTPREMIUM AWARDER 

Dr. HENLEY'S 




FEATHERS Gleaned. . Oarled and Djed, 
SNOW'S. No. 25 Poet etreet 8 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



£3C^.£iXi 



GRAND CONCERT 

OOMPLIUENTARY TO 

Mr. FHA-KIt OILDCG 

( i*he Brilliant American Piaaist,) 

Next Friday Evening, Jan. 16, 

A6Siet-d by Emiceot VoOal Talrnt and 
PROFESSOR O'RHAPDON. 



Tickets One Dollar 

S at a Reserved witbont extra chirge/at 
hHERMAK & HYDE'd Mosio Store, j iV2 



MINNIE WILLIAMS, 

PROFESSIONALLY KNOWN AS "LITTLB 
MINNIE."— This javflDil- aotrees, with tbe 
London bisr Company i lat rjet.rd of in tbe Kaat 
todies, id implored to write to her mother in Ban 
Fraocieoo, Oiliforoia. Theatrical journals are re- 
el nested to make a note of thia. ja!3-tf 




At the State Fair, Sept. 1873 

THEOILT RELIABLE TciJIC 

AND RECUPERATOR. DON'T BE MISLEAD BY 

LONG AN0 POMPOUS ADVERTISEMENTS, 

BUT USE THE LONG-TRIED AN 3 ONLY 

Sure Invigorator 

KNOWN, THE UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS 

AN) IMMENSE SALE OF WHICH, FOR 

THE LAST FIVE YEARS. PROVES 

IT TO BE TH? 

KING OF ALL TONICS. 

Read FbBiciana' oeitirioate attached to each 
hotels. Ex mine ewornetatemeatsof oaraseflsot- 
ed. on til- at iht office. 

For sale by all Druggists and- Liquor Dealers. 
II. mPSlEIN A CO., So e Proprietors. 
518 Front Street 0017 




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The Fortunate Man Who Buys his Clothing 
a', the 1XL ATTCTION STORE. 



PHILADELPHIA RESTAURANT AND OYB- 
ter Salmon. BERGOLD & aPRINGER. Pro. 



ter Salmon, BERGOLD &, SPRINOBB 
tora, 4O0 Pine l' 
aDd Kearny etreeta. 



prietora, 40S Pine street, bettreeVMontsbmerV 
Bastern or Oaliforoia Oje- 



ters served in every itjle: also «II kiods of Meats 
oooked to order. *a>- Private S«loon for L&dfea. 
Hoase opeo till 1 A. M. Families and BesUarante 
•applied at short notice. 








TURF CALLERY STABLE. 

OEITTENDRN i DALTOK, Proprietors, 

• GO Sutter street Near Kearny 

SAN FR4JJCHSOO. 

Order, l^eft at tbe Office of the Grand 

Hotel Promptly attended to 

od>tf 



S. F. and S. P. E.H. Co. 
CHANGE OF TrnUE 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE GEYSERS. 



or ANTELOPE, connecting at Donanna Land 
ibg with the San Fraooieoo & North Pacific Rail- 
road Company for Oloverdale and all intertnediat 
stations, will leave San Franci&oo daily (Sundayi 
exopted), from Froot street Wharf, at 2:'W p.m. Re- 
turning, the train will leave Oloverdale daily st 
6:00 o'clock a. 11 , connecting at Donanne with tbe 
Bteimer and arriving in San Fi anoiaoo at 11 :U0 A.Sf . 
Tne steamers and oars make close connection. 
with stages to and from all points. 

No more SUNDAY EXCURSIONS until far- 
ther notice. 

On and after MONDAY December lst.l'Ste&mer 
ANTELOPE will leave Front-atreet wharf at 2 
p. M' Train arriving at Oloverdale at 7: IS P. M. 

•9* For all informattoo apply at the Company'! 
offloe. 4»* MoQfcBomery street. 

aplB PETER DON AH0E. President. 




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UNDERCLOTHING, ALL GRADES. 



White Shirts for the Million. 



SANGER 3 

14 Geary street, near Kearny. 




DEPOT OF WEYAHJJ 4 KASOHE'b 

BAY BREWERY BEER. 

S Cent, n Ola... 
MlS-tl 0HRI8 FELDMAHH. 



eooD irosK • i-ow prices : 
LOVEJOY aTwillianis, 

NEW PHOTODBAPHIC OALLIET, 

188 Ke.rcy etreet, opposite Wnite Iioage. 

JO. "WTLUAS1S (LATE OF BRADLEY '4 
. KnlofsonV) and W. E. l.OYEJOY (late of 
vaoRbao's; hnving associated themselves to- 
getDer. solicit the pitroosRP of their trieods sod 
th. pabltc genornll;, sod hope their Iodr export- 
enco vfill ho guarantee that they will do flrat-ctass 
work. de£-:m 



JfASCY GOODS, WATCHES, 

JEIUL1I, BOTIOKS, PIPES, 

PEBPrMES, 8IATIOJEBY, 

ENGLISH OUTLEBY, THXIMtiJ, 

BASS, VillSES, TOBACCO, etc. 

A FOLL LINE OF 

Rubber Clothing 



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Because 

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Corner ot Commercial. 



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and FIN DolHn Va,u,> 

SELECT FROM. 

RAND CONSOLIDATION 
WO BTOCH.S. 




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SIEGRIST CHILDREN! 

LOUIE and THOMAS, Aged 7 and 6 1-2 Years. 



or House Yesterday Was Crowded. 

X> ItCSl&kr WANTED. 



EOPLE'i PALACE, 

TBK QRSAT 

COMMISSION HOUSE 



....or TBI.... 



Hand 913 Market Sireei. 



I REALLY SHALL EXPIRE I 

By the Favorite Artistes, Messrs. WELCH and RICE. 



Ixi Hor Budcot of aoiiga nucj Chaufoa. 



GrIJrt AFFJ3 BROTHERb. 
By the Creat Acrobats, SWEATNAM and MANN'NC. 



BOm. GEO. IS. 3E«.3E]SiTX€i3BC'GP' 

■ q ra - In His Great Specialties, 

i>vr.iTi'ic 



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Tbe performance toooDciife with 



THE SIEGRIST TROUPE 

And Their WONDERFUL DOG8. 



BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETIES 
MAMMOTH PROGRAMME. 

DOtrtXI T.R1HTT OOBBIHATIOI. 
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FIRST PART OF WIT. SONS MO FOI 

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dozno. Gi»e m»Ci!l and w« «" u ■> to pleas*, 
joa. W. D. DYER and G uRCK R Will I B art 

tin well- V sown mid no, oUr operators, mhI J. H. 
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Sale Is Quantities to Suit. 

ICKE A MONTAGUE, 

Agents for Pacific Coast, 

2 & 114 BATTERY ST. 

■AI FH.AJCOI.CO. d.S-Jw 



ferala Mead of the World 



VOOLEN GOODS. 



UKDEX.IOIIBD II IH RSOCIPT OF 
•data, Flaanela, Horee-Blaaketlna, ate. 
teaa taa Hllli, aod will ..11 In lota to. all 
M Haw eionte-omerrrtfeet: 



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THE OLD 

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Tea Cental 

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>t rtks_a Specialty. 

' W. A WAIJMMr. rmaMtaai, 



JHSIOJaJitTTkr 

Sing-le Outside Rooms, 

• — WITB 

No. 1 Spring Beds atari Hair Mattrasses, 

AT TUB 

BRANCH HOUSE;. 

ASA •AMOKS ai-BEET, COR. OLA1, 
— at — t 
VlTt-y Ocnta per TCls Ja.t 
And LeiN by- the Week. 



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.ajU nigbt 

L. f, EWILL, Proprietor. 




A MEW HAT STORE 

On Mont?omsr.T St. 

HuRIEGA~Bi))S., 

PRACTICAL 

HATTERS 

52& Montgomery St f . Near Clay, 

HAS FBAStlHOO. 

Wtf WOULD BESPiiOTFlJLLY INFORM THE PUBLIC 
sod oar unmsroin patron* that we hsvs ops ed oar new 
aud «U««rjt stornon MONTOGMEKT Ptbkkt. a*ar Ulsy, where 
we will ooaHUnlly heap on nwd tbu FINi'S r ABnOI.I HEM 
of HaT.h rindOAPH evnr off-r.d to tbe ohiK*os ol tbe Psoiflo 
Vox I, and nt |irl"*e wSioti will defy oompsi itlon. 
W» sr« eto prfipnred to insko to order Ml iqq LATEST SxTLEB 

of Hill -'id I linn na Htiort 01 lO*. 

CLKANINO *nd RRPAIRING nestlt aod promptly exeonted. 

N, ti. We mil null eonttons our ntoro at tbe old etaud. No. 
!>20 Uapoot strsBt, rTiisreoaa be toon) our atn&l good asaort- 
UieDt of ttoodn .and conipptsot balt.-r* to Bitend to tbe WADtl 
ot OQBtomorB denlibgibsre. , i\<»HIEuA BBUI. 



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THE ONLY HOUSE IN THB CIT¥ WHERE THE ORIGINAL 
"GRAND DUKE ALEXIS TIES" CAN BE FOUND I 
Also the Largest, 

CHEAPEST ANO BEST 

SELECTED STOCK 

....or.... 

Cents', Ladles', Misses', 

Children's and Infants' 

BOOtS AND SHOES 

EVER OFFEBBD 

In Baa Francisco. 

BEERS & MAYMAJtp, 

No. 238 Kearny Street. 



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ORGAN 


OF AMUSEMENTS 




Programme of all Established 



Places of Amusement 



IN BAN FBANOISOO. 



CIRCULATED EVERY DA> 



HI TBK TIAX. 



GENERALLY THBOU&HOUT THE 






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-HX JOTJRrfAL OF AIIUSBKEVTS. 



ir<WU«i every D*t 1b *.ba Tear Oi 
P. BOOARDI78 

Wo« Mootcoawrr. Sae 7rao«aaco, 



»jckJej'« Varieties. 
| HiHLiiic Harmon. George H. Potter, Frank 
Mortimer*. Laon Sintllf, Miae Marge St. Clair 
jiali host of othere will appear t-i-oigbi U * great 
b ', wnicb i« pobllafitd on j&r -ret prr*- 

&JUTOX10AL MrUDM, — One 01 UW moil 
••(■».•<« eolleetiooa of to* kind is the Unlt*<j 
ttet«a. ooaiprlil04 bnndredsof cctVj tt(J beao- 
foi ni otdlta, la dailr e* view liogsaUeiBer. 
><It) at ID* WaM» 0» Mont«oniorT 
STTir BUT t>0 P" I "" V '' ■-*«■* '••'*■ 



TUESDAY. 



.JANUARY 18, 1874 



Call form is. Tr.eu.are). 

T»« laat Dlgouof " .be Naiad Qao»o," tba laflt 
olgntaof tbe box at>db.g feat, the laat nigtata of 
toe balUt, lea* aiabu wt la. 01 tarda, laat ofgbts 
of tae TaublorODteoo. Ttaeie lees aif ets will ba 
enjoyed oiinn. i.odisacea. It moil b. at least a 
year before mob . rtcb sod vari-d entertainment 
n presetted at tbie oease agate. 
O perm Boms*. 

One of tbe most enjoyable performances pts- 
MotadatlbHfaea»io aome ticoa. we* g*ren last 
sigbl. It MDD'scid wito tba very amusing feroe 
of **B. B.." la we icb J. P. Boraott ee B .b Rattles. 
a ratlrad prite-flgttar, did wmt capital acting, 
ana tu ably supported by H. D. 1 honapaoo. J. 
Robinson, W. Mm ma aod others. After tbis, H. 
J. Byron's rmrr emnnoe; moeieal eitravigatra 
founded on ' bo Oolleen Bawo," aod entitled 
"Mm Eily O'Connor" mta performed. John How- 
Bon who haa no eQaalon tbe slag*, in tifava- 
gant, borlefqia lama la cba-acters made the andi- 
eoce falrlj scream with Isugbwr, it hit imperson- 
ation of tbs wrADt^d Miss lllj O'Oonnor, Miss 
Jennie Lee aa Miles oeCopp*!sso. w*a a brothof 
ib)f,ud played Ibepait in a msoner with which 
tba antbor of lb* ongioal character eoold not 
poasijlr Bod fault. 8ba aang "Wearies of tbe 
Oraett" witb effect and "What will do.Lovs*" with 
mnoh aweatneaa. W. Simmswae very amosing *b 
Danny Mane, Harry Thompson, always gocd 
in atrong bnrleiqae parts was excaHent 
Mr. Corriran. Miss Fanny Yooeg gsvea capable 
Impersonation of tbe baartleBs Hardrest Oregan* 
UiuL VtvuDorutDt soft Kvrle Daly realised 
tbe oharaeter, J. Robineon was very •musing as 
Ssrgeent O'Toareioelel. Mrs. Julia Me villa was 
Tsry eflaciive aa Mrs. Cregan for which 
parta-afae made op admirably, and Mies Faooy 
Git son aa tba daabibg Add Chute was vary good 
Tbe time bill w:ll ba perforated to-night, and 
should draw a crowded house. On Friday that 
charming eocceaian Mica Jennie Lee will tike bp r 
bsnefit. See programme of attractions on first 
•aga. 
eVlkaambra. Theatre. 

Sacb a performance aa is given at this house 1b 
witnessed at few variety theatres In tbe United 
States. B 1 j b'weatnam. Billy Manning, Ella Wbb. 
osr, Con. T. .Murphy. Welch and Rice, tbe Sie~ 
CTiata and George S. Knight are all stars of the 
first msgoitnde. Tbe performance given last night 
drew shoots of applause and laugh' tame 

excellent bill will be performed tc-: int. 
Piatt's Hall. 

Oo Tbnrcday evaing, a benefit to Mien Ina D- 
Coolbrttb wi.l be given at tbis ball. Tbe pro- 
gramme, whioo appears In another column, wjl, 
comprise the comedietta of "Delicate Ground,'' 
by Henry Bdwardi.W. A.Mestayer and Miss Fanny 
Oatboart; so ^rigina) poem by J. F. Bowman, re- 
cited br Henry Jfdwaid* ; "Home, Sweat Home,'' 
song by Madame Area Bishop, George Darrell In 
his very popnUt character aketob.ee; "La Oner 
ento)a"by Miss Aaua Elz:r; a bamoroas recfta 
tlon by Barton Hill; a song by Alfred Wilkie; re- 
citation of "Acme aod Willie's Prayer," by Miag 
Sophie Edwin, and tba oomedy of "Tbe Mexican 
Tigress" by Misj Fanny Oatboart, George Darrell 
and W. Barry. If the pnblio come forward *' 
liberally as the dramatic sod musical professions 
bav*, tbe gifted poetess will be tbe recipient of 
an ovation which will do honor to San Franoisoo, 
Summer W. Bagbes wbo is manager will see that 
tbe faeblooabl* world is well represented. 
Bella Onion. 

Cvseim and Fritz in "Spider and FoiJ," Kelly 
fifekerson a-d Ritchie to "Help," Miss Jennie 
Johnson aod o tbe re la "Sally Ann." Mlse Wellie 
Howard, Matt Ke'ty, Fred Ritchie. Tommy Bree 
and others Id " Tbe Live Indian, " and a great vari_ 
aty of perlormanoes will be given at tbls booBe 
to-night. Jobony Tnsrs will re-tppear 00 the 
stage of this theatre on Friday evening, January 
16th. 

Notes), 

The oparatlo performance at the OalifornUTfae- 
atre on 8nnd\y night, waa an immense aticcees. 
The opera ef "Lt Favorita" was capita lly by Mad- 
ame lnei Fab'-iri. Signer Pietro Baooel, SignorOr- 
landini, Misa Anna Elzerand othera, and the bal- 
let by the Bemmolsbarg bisters and corps de 
ballet ef .he house, added much to the attraction. 
Tbe theatre was orowded to overflowing. Another 
performance will be given next Baoday, when a 
favorite opera will bs presented. 

The bal mifane ef the Oriental Olnb.whioh is 
to take place at the California Theatr \ on Thurs- 
day evening, Jasoary 29tb, will be a grand affair. 
Applications for tfekeU will be received by mem- 
bers of the committee, or by M. Brandt, corner 
Of Washington and Montgomery streets. 

Daring tbe engagement of Dion Boucicault at 
tbe California Theatre, wbioh will eomsneooe on 
Monday next, be will appear In "Daddy O'Dowd/ 
"The U 11am Bawn." "Kerry," and "Arrab na 
Pogne. " The en gi cement Is necessarily limited to 
twelve olgfita. 

Alfred Wilkie, the tenor of tbe late Anna Bishop 
Concert Tronne, has bees engaged losing io the 
•hoir of the Howard-bUeet Presbyterian Oburab. 
Frank Gilder, tbe pianist, will give a piano forte 
reoital at Pactho Hal), on Friday next, prior to 
leaving tor tbe East. Mr. Gilder Is a Cne artist 
aid tbe many wbo have been pleased with bis p;r- 
form\octa Will see that fee baa a erood bouse. 

Toe "California Theatre Boat Club dlstiDgniabed 
liaelf at Val'.t j-> on Sunday In a laostreak race of 
three mil's with tbe Al.rts of that olty. 'fee 
erewof each was aa follows: California Tbeat e 
Boat Uiub pulled tbe lapstreak "Hay Howard'*— 
Osp'aln aod bow-oar, P. M. Brown; midship, T. 
Andrews; aeoond stroke. H. O. Meatajer; stroke, 
Tboe. Gotemin. Aim Boat Club, of Talejo 
pallid the lapstreak "Farrarnt." Their crewecn- 
alited of G. G^rbasa, f a plain and bow-sar:T. 
Broml*y, mtdthip: J. McKnigct, second stroke; 
Harry Brown, stroke, Tbe Oal.forniaoe polled the 
three miles in tweoty-one minutes aad twenty 
seconds. 

The telegraph brings tidings of tbe death of the 
Child Americas tae Infant vtclUil::, who per- 
formed bereabcal a year ago. It txik place on 
Satarday, in Boston, where he waa playing in tbe 
"Ifsiad Qaeen " Htwoke suddenly in tbe night, 
ottered as exclaimation and died. He waa a bright 
and remarkkble child, aod hla early death is a loaa 
to the profession. 
Wood 1 . d»9 Gardens. 

A large l amber of beautiful birds have been ad- 
ded among them a taored p'gaon from tbe Solo- 
mon Island, also Vampire, and a St. Benard dog 
from the H>=pic* of St. Bernard in tbe Alps. On 
Satarday and Sunday the Box and Bag Mystery, 
the pantorc 2? "Lea Modeetes and "Gronpe Ohl- 
WiSv.' 



LITTLE GIRL. 

EI A.COP1I* CH1VBKM, 

Who 1» It, Ttheu the nt*lit-fall gray 
Lraoa lorlng. dnskv check to day. 
With Bliepored f«*t, throagb garden aisle, 
Steals do»n *o wa * :b the *ato awhile I 

L' ill" flirl . 

Who when the stare have, one by one, 
Completely trimmed night's rob* <f dan, 

Gr-wE lip-toe with Iil patience Btinds, 
Rowe geKfodiaa cla-plog hands, 
Little girl. 

Wbo, when a st>p tt last i- baerd, 
Wlih heait aflotorllke a bird, 
let felgDi.g jnBt ■ tiny poo<, 
Preparee to look a b;t "ptll oct," 
Llite girl. 

Wbo Is it, with npflaased surprise. 
On glancing np. por r Jones d- scries, 
And th'.n, with look, become Irate, 
rrowna down prospective t t j -*-t*W? 
Litte girl. 

Wbo, aftat Jones tx >anets "the moon," 
And ihlakl we'll have a ' Norther soon," 
Bennmbflb<m with a chill "good night," 
And pate poor Tones to ioetsr. t flight i 
Little girl ? 

Wbo, sit r he pnrsuee nis w»y— 
Without aoctjer word to say— 
Ooqaets, when some one o'er the g»te 
Jtiat whleperp, "dearae-, am I late V 
Little glrL 

" Yen are a tlfle late, 'Mb true, 
Bat th°n to give t> Jones his due- 
Bo well be enteitiiaed me, dear— 
I hardly knew that yon were here." 
0, Little gill I 

A book of Euclid st the best, 
Q! one with understanding bleft 
Ton's! puzcle, let alone a man 
Wbo only lovea you all he can, 
Little trtrl. 



The Young Man from tbie East, 

" I'm a itrarjger in tils city, 
I'm lately irom the East, 
And mtghty fond of oysterfl ; 
Where can I get a feast ? 
I've been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plats ef Eastern oyutere, 
Of the old-f&ehloned hind." 

" Well, I can tell you," Bald his friend, 
"Exaotly where to go, 
And where to get your oysters, 
Direct from where they grow. 
Just take a Stroll down PIKE STREET, 
A: 410. below tbe Market, 
You'll fee a el^n, 'THE SADDLE BOCK, 
You can't Ml to remark It. 

" Emerson C- rvll le keeps the place, 
The beet ealoon in town, 
Thtr? yon cao «ot your oysters raw, 
Or fried eo crisp and brown. 
He's the largest oyster dealer 
On the Paciflc.Ooatt. 
£nd that he aeeps the freshest 
Has ever been bis boast. 

" He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where yon can. tit at ease, 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
Ail tbe young men of fashion go 
x.ight to tbe 3AD&LE BOOK, 
To eat tLtir EASTERN 0TSTEB8 
And drink their Bhenleh hock." 



J. Vogeley -Sc Bros, new Cindy 
•Store. 

At 26 Second street near the Grand Hotel, 1b 
without doubt tbe most elegant Candy store In 
be olty, and tbe crowd of ladles who patronize 
It openly declare their admiration, of the costly 
and magnificent appointment* of tbe store, and 
praise the quality of the candies sold there. 
The supply of fancy boxes, cornucopias Christ- 
ma* tree trimm ,r gs, and French confeotion&ry 
lei the holiday trade will be unrivalled 120 



War Declared. 

Some people talk of Ouba. 
And speak of war with Spain, 

Hoping oar soldiert will go forth 
Aod take the Spanish main, 

Bat wiser men perfer to go 
And Ret an oyster stew 

At the Rockaway Souse oo Market street , 
So elegant arjd new. 

Here nun can talk tbeir basineM 
While neaped in a pile 

Oysters and different kind of fish 
Are cooked in every styl*, 
A private door on ffddy street, 

Admits the ladies fair 
Wnile tbe saloon for elegance 

Makes everybody stare. 
For business men, and other fonts 

1 1 never ca 3 be beat. 
The food le Rocd, tbe prices low 

At 1904 Market street. 12-1 

ED. Kbehmke. Proprietor. 



II. Peyaer, 719 Montgomery Street, 

Wishes tt inform his friends sad customers 
that he has removed back agsln o bis old 
stani), hae enlarged bis store, and has on band 
the cheapest ad finest stock of Men's, Youth's 
and Boy's Clothing ever open«u in tbie city; and 
also, a fine 6t>ck of Men's and Bov'e Furnishing 
Goods. Don't forget the number. Call before 
examining elsewhere. Hi 



ITox* Pboto-crftyons. 

And reproduction lna superior Btyle, go to 
Edouard & Cobb, 5GC Kearny Bt, near Cali- 
fornia, Tnose dfsltiug any of the above for 
Christmas presents, should make application 
before the rain set* In, aud so avoid disap- 
pointment, satisfaction guaranteed in all 
cases 61 



How I Made S'JO. 

By buying my bed.room set of furniture of 
J. A. Bbab:r k Co., 707 Msrktts re-t two doors 
fioni ThirxL They «ell Furniture 20 per cent. 
cheaper than any other dealers, I tried them 
alL 12e 



The Old Stnnd-a J-i Sanieme Street, 

Opposite the American Exchange, where the 
public will find the, finest brands of Wines end 
Cigars the market affords, also a first-class 
lunch served from 11 to 2. Mllltken A Daly 
proprietors, Hat, 

McDowell, Sbow Card Writer 

Beady made and a»«<!e to order. Boom 10 

R 0? Market street, cor. Poet and Montgomery u 



The Old Keatneky Howe. 

The old Kentn-kv hone is a rery n« e 
thing to read of in r-11 but when tba t 
b -me is liable to be vi,it«dat any time by a 
party of gei tlemen who caJ tbemeelvM vig- 
ilant*, and who carry offal your e'ray prop- 
arty, and fill yon fell of sbot and bowie- 
knife poinis, aod ptid by feetting Are to tie 
hoase, the Kentucky home begin to look a 
littls dreary ; and if you happened ti ba in 
some other place you woo Isn't think your- 
selves harshly tre ted. 

~+- 

blpman'w Or^fti Discovery 

Fropably do obj et ha* cil'ed forth more 
preparations t'Jaa that ofrettoriog and beau- 
tyfylng human bar, ana among all, J.IVP* 
man's wonderful r Btcrer stands beyond 
qneetlon at the head for efficiency »nd perfect 
safety. This is also.otily free from Sugar of 
Lead er Lac Sulpbar, and never fails iopo- 
dace tae effect d an^d; requires no other pro- 
ps at on; is easily applied, and is, without, 
donor, the simples'-, beat and oaeapeet hair re 
s:orative la use. Sold by all droKgisU- Gene- 
ral Agents, Chaa, Liu.le> & Oo,, Wholesale 
Drugglttf, San Francisco. lv 

Hair Goods 

Tbe cheapest plsce In the dty to buy Human 
and Imit tlon tair goods, Toys, DolU; Blbbons 
eta. Is the New x^rk store HO Second street. 
Agency for hair ail* goods, m**eof pure silk 
Ho branch stores. Goods s nt, C O. D. The 
K-wYorfirt3re bsB been established for years, 
and ib tbe lead in e one in the city. 



DIVIDE NO NOTICES. 



DTVIPENP NOTICE. 

Odd Fellows' Mayings Bank. 

'■•HE BOABDOF DIRECTORS OF THE ODD 
1 Fellosts' Savings Bank Qave this day declared 
a dlTiocnSei the rate of nine aod ona tenth 1 P-lO.i 
p-rceot per annnm on PERMANENT DriPOS- 
irS, nod at the rate ef seven aoo three-tenths 
{7 S-'O) percent, rar annnm on SHORT DEPOS- 
ITS for the eemi-innaal term ending December 
31, 167*, naiable on aad after the 18 to instant. 

JAUEH rtfJNSON, Secreiarr. 
San Francisco, Jaonarj 9, i«74. jal2-2w 



DIVIDEND HOT1CE. 

Savings and Loan Society. 

I € ' 619 CL4T sTBLET, 

ATA MEfcNING OF <HK BOARD OF Di- 
rectors held ,l'0*isrv 6, '67', a dividend waa 
declared, free of Federal t*x, of nine (9j opt cert, 
per annnm on all d- posits, for the aixiuooths end- 
ine December 31, 1S'3, patable on axd after the 
15th instant. UYBDS W. OARMANY, 
ja9-2sr Uashier. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Land Mortgage Union of 
California. 

AT A MEETING OF THE BO ■ RD OF Di- 
rector", he d his date, Jaoaarj 7tb, a dividend 
of nine (.9) per cent, waa declared on tbe capital 
stock and investing shares subscribed prior to the 
1st day of Joly, 1B7\ aod ten (IV) per oent. on hx«d 
deposits, aod elgcr (8) per Oont. on ordinary de- 
posit*, free of Federal ux. stockholders and in- 
vesting members are r<qatst«d to present their 
o*rtifloates at the office, 1C8 Post Btreet, to have 
their dividends euterpd tbereon. 
ja'-3w JOHN T. CARTER, Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 
SECTJEITY SAYINGS BANK, 

304 Sansome Street* 



AT A MEETING OF THE B"ASD OF 
Directors held December SOtb, 187 .adjvidend 
to depositors wbb declared for the term ending 
December 31st, 1371, at tbe rate of nine and eix- 
tentbs (9 6-10) p---ett. peraooum on term de- 
posits, and eighi (8) ptr cent per annnm on ordi- 
nary deposits— pay bit on and after January 2, 
1874— free of Federal tax 
jaS-*Jiv T. F. BACON, Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 
San Francisco Savings Union, 

C89 OallfernlsiSt., cor. "Webb. 



f'OB THE HaLF YEAB, ENDING WITH 
31st December, S73,.-. dividend has been de- 
clared, at tbe rae of Nine (9; per cent, tier ancnm 
on Term Deposits, and &even and ooe-balt (T.'j) 
per cant, per an -am on Ordinary Deposiis, free of 
Federal Tax, paj bl- 00 » iter 12' b Janaar/, 874. 
By Order. LuYiiLL WHllE, Uacbler. 

jai-lw 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Savings & Loan Soc'y. 

THE BOABD OF DIKEOTION OF THE 80* 
oiety have declared the dividend for tbe sec- 
ond balfjearof 1873, ending this date, at the rate 
of nine (9) per oent. per ann m 00 Term Deposits, 
and seven and one-Half (7.4) per cent, per annum 
on Ordinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, pajable 
on aod after Jan oar? 18,1371. By order, 

GEO. LETTE, Secretary, 
SaxVSw 



DIVIDEND NOTICE, 

California Savings &Loan Society, 

51 » CALIFORNIA STREET, 
Guarantee Capital, 8300,000. 

THE DIRKC'ORS OF THE ABOVE FOOI- 
ety bavs declared a dividend of ten (10) per 
cei t, per tnnam on term deposits, and eight (8) 
percent per annnm on ordinary deposits, for the 
term ending 31st December, 1873, free from Fed- 
eral tax, and pajable on and after 8tb January 
1871, By order. D. B OHISHOLM, Sec'y, 

d!9 1 j31 



PERSONAL. 



JULIA- YOU OAK GnT ALLSlZIiS FERRO- 
trpes Pictnres taken and Bniibed in ten min- 
ntei,rain or abioe. at WING k ALLEN'S, S«S 
Kearny street. A special ty made in ink pictures. 
Yonrs, DAVISON. de2'2-lm 



LADIKs, SAVE YOCR HAIR OOMBINGSt 
wax flowers oair flowers and fancy work taught 
tor Ji per montb. Switcots, cuil«, straightening 
taiigk-t Qair, weaving, combings, straining curls 
(to., eto.,all for $5; switch os made from 60 cents 
upwards ; side-curia steamed for 15 cents ; al l kinds 
Of work dons to otdSr Cheap r amilies or clnsses 
taught in to- city or across the bay on reasonable 
terms. Parties wishes to take lessons or bave work 
done should take advantage of the time I am here. 
aa I laave for Europe io a short time. eiO 1-9) 
Howard street, bet New Monteomerj and Second. 
m del5-lm 



S.F, BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

i'.im.u. Miners sand Ituttoa^ra. 
H. H. Moore. 899 Uoatcomery, near Merchant, 

Haitebera. 
Kats, Fred, Stella 94 to 100. California Market 

Demtlatl. 
H. E. Pope, 6 Montgomery Street. 

Employment Office. 
Chinese Btaplojment Co.— Pierce A Oo., 637 Sao 
ram en to street. 

Hnnssaat Htalr. 
Sampeon. A. B. 1 Oo.. 110 Seoond street 

Wblt^nen arid Paper Hsangeara. 
A- W. WbeldSD, 122 Geary street. 

Wls.ee sand Liquors, ( Wool seals.) 
Paaarl F A Oo.. 504 Froat- 



Bush Btbeet. , 



.betwteu MoDtgomery and Rearm 



OVERWTHELIVIIIVG SUCCESS 

Io tin Bejntlfu] Temple of Music, of the 

SUSAN GALTON & JENNIE LEE'S 

OFBHA BO UVt?' E. 

Burlesque and Comedy Troupe. 

To oomnesoe with the lau^huDle Farce entitled 



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BOB KlTTLEt....Tb. Bj-Ohickeo, • retired Prlze-Ficoler.., 

EQH1RE GREtHFIELU 

JwS Welter et ibe "■PefO," Arms 

ME. BENJAMIN BOBBIN An Agent 



BBS. PUKOHKON .Ludladr, "Peres" Arme.. 

DOROTHY Tne Henierneid 

•TEXTCKE.. 



..J. P. BUB1»ET1 
H D. THOMPSOl 

JDLE BOBINeOl 

WILLIE SIMM 



MBS. JULIA MELTILU 

MlSi VAVABODI 

..OKCH£»TBJ 



To ooclnde w.tb the new and original Bnrleeqne Eit-a.Egaiza fennded in DIOS BuTjCI 

OATJLT'S great 8eoi»tion Drama or the COLLEEN BAWH, written bl 

H. J. Byron, and entitled MISS 

1111 wmwwm 



MILES «A COPTALJEEN MI88 JENNIE JLJEJ 

A model Stage Irishman— in fact a perfect Pat-n. ; with Bong of " tVe.rln. «f the 
et'ei," and the besatif^l Irish ballad, "1% hut will y.u do Lotc f ~ - 
HARDRESS OREGAN Hard-nn MISS FANNY YOONf 

Sy?^^ A . L »f~ Y - -„ s »' l -<"'»° KISS L vlvi ooi 

DAMSY MANN A Fern-m-m WILLIE SIMMI 

MB. OOR RjGaN A Fofe-tl-jasr, enxionp for oloa*r relationship HAhRY THoMPSOl 

SKBQEANT C.'IOOBALOOLAL A passive and unintelligent offloer J. KUBINSOZ 

r.l)L.Y o'< OTVAOK A Flower boro to blash nnseen and waste her sweetness on the 

deaertiog heir .1011111 HOWBO) 

MIS; ANN uHUTB A victim of Mi -An-Trophj Mnjli FANM' GtBSOl 

MRS. GRF.OAN A Lady with a very strong will of her own bnt a very QQaatisfaotorr one 

of ner late husband.... . MRS JULIA MELVILU 

Bridesmaids, Gne&tr, Fluokief . friends and MyrmidonB of a Tyrannical Government generally 
termed POLICE, etc., br nnmerons Aaxiliaries. 

FRIDAY EVENING, 

IBB 

The Piano TJaed In tiais Theatre Is from Sherman A Hyde's. 

19" OPERA GLASSES TO LET st the Stand in the Lobbv 



GLOVES— Cleansed and dyed by a new prooeae, 
at SNOW'S- 25 Post street. Bz 



MEW STORE. 

3>ff©"Va7 i=»irio©s. 

25 PER CENT. 

Sa-vecl by Buyliigr Your 

CLOTHING, 

....ArTD.... 

FURNISHING GOODS 



AYERS & KEITH, 

AT 

303 Kearny St.. 

Corner Bush. 

Next Door to Lacrti Fal-ce Suloor, 
A Good Assortment of 

GENTS' and BOYS' CLOTHING 

Which wa will sail LOW DOWN, at 
BED-ROCK PR10E8. 

.A-t 803 Eenrny St 

Oornar Baeb, near door to Laurel Palaca 
baloon 

jaie-lm 



ATI BS * KEITH. 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 



SHOW 




SPECIALTY. 



A,LPALPA! 

2VK-VT OKOl?. 

FOR SALE. CHOICE LO^ OF FINE OALI- 
fornia-srowo Alfalfa, in lott to eait, fc rasb. 
at market rales. Our seed. nol:k» ibat, imported 
from Chile, t& tlr-e and free from Mnaturd or other 
foreign seed. Vegetable, Flower and Crass Seed, 
etc, etc. 

50.000 Komle Plunta. 

XOO.O CO <3rixxaa.Tr«3o-Bi 

Fine Plants, Trees, Balbs, and all nicies in tbe 
lice. Ireeb and good. Splendid £ tock. 

If. E. MuOiH 

Seedsman and Florist, 4SC Waahinftton Btreet, 
San Francieoo, Oa><f-.rnia. u'l-lm 

sar-Seed for new Crataloarne. 



COLD-ROOM VARIETIES 

■Ixteenth St., Cheyenne, Wyoming. 



JAMES W ALLEN 

JOHN W. DUNNE 

HAKRY SPBIGGS 



Proprieto 

..iJnsineas Ma nets 
Stage Manage, 



and reopened for the Fall and Winter Sea 
son witb a nret-olass Company, embracing Harr 
Spriggs, toe great ob*raoter aotor; Harry Lor 
r«ine, tiilty Forest, Mr. J. W. l>anne, (diss Loo 
Hell, Miss Minnie ' avis, Miss Nellie Seymooi 
Mi'B Jeonie Loiran, Fraok Holies, Geoige Toble 
ar.d Obarles Multr, and a (nil and efficient or 
ohestra. 

*9~ Lady talent comtog East eao always sscnr 
eDg'gement* >>p spptyiog toJ.W. ALLEN. Pro' 
pnetor. GoOD SaL^jEb PaID. se24-3n. 



IPEft'S OPERA MOUSE, 

VSSCaVMU CITY, RXVADA. 

JOHN PIPER PnoPRina 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

nackameato, cal. 
j6hn piper 



BOTH T HF.SE ELEGANT TH ATRRS OAl 
be rented by tbe nigot or week. Stars as 
traveling companies liberally treated with on af 
Plication to dUALA i*kl* k'.t., 

jiataeet aod sole Proprietor 

o 3. m. MtCiii*:. 
jn28if Q9t Bmsb street, San Fraoofsoc. 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTINB 

ELOOOTION AND DEPORTMhNT, 
LA»I£§ PREPABEU foriheSTAGI '::: 
PRIVATE 1HJBATRI0AL8 AND AMATEUl *»' 



p.rformaooes direct«d, by a lady and gentls 
man of mora tban oidinary experiecco. For pas 
tionlars apply to WK J. H McOABk, 

Theatrical Agent, No. 88* Bnsb l- treat. 
delO-tf San FranolaoO. 



....AX..,, 

McDANIEL'S theatri 

OBE-rXNNK, nimiso, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEI 

SsV-Taleot going East will find it to their sdvaa 
tage before leaving California to correspond wit 

J. UcUA.MKL, 
aiT9 Look Box No. 1. Ohejenne, Wjomlnr. 



GEORGE MAYES, 



_dall kinds of SHJCUL FISH. 
5Uj1sNos. 40, 41, 4*. California 
Market, entrance on California street. 
Public or private parties aod families itnppUe 
rom 6 A.M. to 13 p. m. Ladies' aod Oentlamfl# 
irsta? Room open from S t.-i to 12 pji <U77l9 



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clay-stree: ^j 

rioinc academy, 

83t* Clay Street, cot 
Stockton. 



This Ib tbe meet elepu 
aid commodious KtdiD 
Aoad6my in tbe citj ; ope 
day and evening, Partlt 
alar attention paid I 
teaching bflginners. „ d.^H-Im l- 

A. MARSHALL A RETY, .Proprietors. I 



Hi 



1111 



lid 



THOS. W. BRE^E & CO,, 

GOLD andSlLt^R JPLATEB 



X". HOFTjENG, 

WATCH MAKER. AND DEALER IN 
Watobeo. Oioeks, Je-ralry, Silver 
and Plated Ware. Mannfactnrar of F1p* 

Solid Jewelry. Also, Diamond Setter. \ 

Third aad Murket St«-, No. G, Aatlcui 
Hotel, Sub Franelteo. 
K9- Watohea Repaired at the lowest rates, and 
warranted (or one year. ja.-im 




M ANTJFACTTjn EB8 
KEPAIKEK8 



DRUMS, BANJOS, 

— AND— 

BRASS FOUNDERS & FINISHED 

s»"Leaeon» given on the Banjo and Dram. ••Jilr'H* 
MISSION STREET, between First and Second, J 

N.B.— Fine-toned SUyer Solo Banjos for Prt 1 
oaelonala alwara on band. » ■ •' 



CANDIES! CANDIES! 

1VE. A. MERCHB| 

Mannfaotares every description of 
CANDIES. Wboleiol* and Ketnll, 

318 K.ai-Dy St., between SacTsmento and Oal* I 
torn i i, and 1*1 Second street, between 

Minns and Natoma. nol-ll I 



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*H^ 1 BUCK GLOVES & %, 



mmc. 




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*EST MM 



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▼•I. XIX. *. 10 



BRA HOUSE. 

T Enmar. . vi ■• 



CALIFORNIA THRATR1. 



OI\ AM X3 



1 OMPUHawtABI BESKHI 

Miss Jennie Lee 



'••.J 




NAIAD aUEEN! 



dtLU UNION THEATRE 



< . i u - r v it com i*a r* v 

CRgAT CATALOCUf OF FUN. 
TKIB EVBRIKU JANUARY IS 



■ t» BieBincawr rami w ■ • i»~», m^. •■> rtm>< ■».> 



* d T. *ft4r«v«. 






Mill ANNIE CRAHAM, 
Mil CtRIK WVATT. 
Mr. BARTON HILL. 
Mr. HARRY EDWARDS, 
Mr. E. J. BUCKLEY, 
gig nor ■>. BACCEI. 
Mr. •• W. LEACH, 
Messrs. WELCH and RICE. 



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REMMKLSBDKO 



SISTERS, 

C3- ATJO A.ITM 



».i c**t>, M B. •« ir rwtr Totaa l «*>•». 

THE WONDERFUL CIRARDS, 

X*.t7*»ABJDC«Xj. JUUIBN, BMII^B, 

In Their Saltatorial Gymnastic Folly called Leg-Mania. 

PROF. O'RHAHDON, 
Wonderful Tumbleronican Performer, 

X-. Jk. TJ II /V. And XX A n XX Y OI<A IX. XXI 

In their Mtrartlinsi .Doiirjlo Trnpv/« /v<m. 

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pgg*rVEI.CH and RIOE 

la it »lr Is mltafcle 

Shaughnessy Guards! 



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m,mnTm #18 8 JENNIE LEE. 



vftolg la tomt 1 1 1* *Itt lot Oncd Bsrletqoa 



NILWORTH 



The Btr»a't (Steward . 

. tgbfeag .» -&• B-r<?« 

lUTUM BRIDGET ilo»i».M..r 

HVtMOR 

HI NAIAD (.'I'll". TO. Nrmpt) of La. I I B rg 

' the qiNO. ... 

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% <1>*irf -i>habt lag the Bbia 

I -.#e4ftB<*. B«rla. '••-.lUmtB. ■ to , h. MK^SRS. PRK*.TnN, M*.Kt.lN. .MJtins. Hl^ 

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^JkWLK^V^ nod otbata. 

!*yiii»pnwis ()l.*iconerv ami lucidrntM. 

Act! Bo»»gtst.— Gothic H.i.l is Kt7HftT*a Castle Hmim II —The bfl'tle Berg. Smdi Id.- J»*«ro on tbt Buki of 
the Bkla*. So**)* lib.— Tbg tiro It 3 oo the Rhine aa<l_Niia1'e H«tb A»l!rt cf the to. n\ Dmiia, muonacitg tte 



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RlAkftSE TWllff. 

i R»Uf .Br««... R:fM. Ab4 fUi-V-B 

4 Batlf* ««ta>«-|lai«t »>•»*» UtrrrlMI 

JAPANESE TOMMY. 

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l.vtaria Hrnni 



'iHBBBBlBbBI S Nlal^ra »nj l.o 111 d* HaI »r Grand Tnble 

A'T It. "caca lit. — 'HE BrUMABIvr UAVEBR. * *D«M-Th« NtutMftlt4- ffalta of l.nrlrl 
In Bla YVonrft- fol Tnaibk, naira.i P.-i TuranaMX-r '.atari .iDd H.irr I Urk, 

Trnarr*. Q.-rgMDl ..Billet !**.• de Baiqarl. Brtxmr lahrrg *>lttrra. ■*•• gr fl 

n*> o «f th- Mti&d • ynph . Clrticrnl liah'rita. 

ACT. "1 RAVylET H'Ll. IN l.i'iusH.\r*F.N Oaktlk In ihts loan* w II Og IntrodaOffd tb» ogw arondnr. The liws and Bmk 

Uturrj, by Jtrame llu Mar, K«q. So-ii* 3d— Ant-Ubumbgr In lb* ti»«tlfi. boons 3d.— I tia ORlBtal Qb*m- 

t>«r n-i rml-n IBB Rblna. Lti-sadIu Art hy thr I'lrardt. Hca&« 4tB.— Gothic Oh»n.b-r. HcgD* Mb — Uorobaa «-n 

> **•!». »gr*nd •*••• accaoim* t3B «ntir*d*pib gf ld» ittEB.) Orand Meek of ihc Amizoai um-i Warlike Tub. 

AiTtV. "e*BH Ut,— In*- nor o( ib- Untie. Hcsie Ult - Tbg OaiIIs. Approaob of the Anaizons upon tht Untie. Tbg 
Nai.d QgBBR gominari ml forgtrg*. The C>.*llc Kilouib-d, Hnmr of •■■«■ Wnlnd Qncrn 



Prof. UKrardnn 
."Mii.lr., I». lloablr 
rbft, Marin Gitae*.!.. . 



LAST NAIAD QUEEN MaTINEE, 8ATUROAY, JAN. 17. 



On MuSD\Y, Junnary 19tb, Brit gppcvrauoe of Mr. 



2B C» ^T O X O ..d^ e ^T3E i r J "SP. 

Thtg - .-DKimemtnt || for 12 Nl> htt, during walob will be p riormgd 

Daddy O'Dowd ; Kerry; The Collen Bawn ; and Arrah-na-Pogue. 

In wbioh the Actor-Dramatist will Appear Id tie characters digitally created by him. 



To eoDrlDd* wita tbe UoRbAhlg Bi t fa of tia 

1L-I-VE! 11VOIA1V. 

Palar P|UI....MlD Aboal I o*o 

OrUndo Shortcut 

Ufal 1 «■ liaor) . TOU 

Joga Safdi FrtdH tghlg 

-»"• Klttara W. B»rf» 

VircaU Bb»rtcul KcIIIb Hoti 4 



niDH BVF..MKS 


jiiuiii la 


KE-APPI AB4K0K OF 


JOHNNY 


TUERB. 



Eogagrd and will nbonlr arrive, tbe bnantlful *peelalty 
Aitittv »nO o%rio-CoiBlo Vocaliat 

MISS AUIOB ROB0 

A'ao, tbe eocoDt'lc Oomedlao aod Oomls iln».er. 
MR. ED. MURHAY. 



hikes™ ul 



situtatiiini-j 

to lb. titM R ■■<'■ ^^ 



Charles R. Peters & Go. 

EIL ESTATE MO COMMISSION 

IN ALL THEIR BRAFIOHhH. AU0I10N, rW. 

Jo. 4051 California St.. 



It II THI HI » «H 

t»uw DiPoiHin. 

'|IMIlHrT*t-lAl 

IfilatUaaUABDlBAl 

r^ffJi' ... 



OpbmIU B*ak of Oaliforaia. 

»■» pini»B who hB* bad bating* 
tb Big la 9 *a FnBoleco aod Xgw York gad algg- 
for ihlrli-lwo vggrs. 



fl lw 



FgVNTflC* 



oH«um U Ut or R bU c«ll acted. 

Kg Hagbfol TttlM WgBtBd, 

hold a ltifg Aocilnn Sftlgls Hay or Job*— 
la nmr propgrtr aftgrFgbraarT lit. Hold oo 
T*ar BgalliUU astil afUr alaicfa lat; I will 
ow job a Bjarket for It, aod a ngw gtjlg of Rgal 
rtata bojiBoig. !iS-lw 



lEL'S THEATB 

MHKnn 

), LIU*" 

l«l»La«» ,ir 



SCOTCH 

SALOONS, 

18 Sutter Street, 

And 336 Bush Street, 

BOB MLI 1 WO DUOBX PKUM 
luur HTKEET. 

11 rtrlnlis 
lO Cts. 

01 & COLD WHISKY PUNCH 
A 8PBCI4LTY. 
* lot Clam Chowder Erei y liight 

BRIGQS ,1; rOPPINQ- 
Proitriatora of 
, Batb>fl>t,ra«L BaIoob. 

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- — im-Mrjot Galoaa 



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LNNIIfO'S OYSTER OROXIO 

Q PINK S „ b.lo. K.EABKY. ^ _. 
„_ <3 »•' >-•«'■• M* 0.»ile».n. gm ^ 

*^L,.i(i l» nnin S Pan R oa8t>MF 

olli*" NBW »nd lh» JMo.t D.lloiou 1 



Or*t.r lintt. 

out Applied For 

A. W. MANNING. Proprlrt.r. 



SNTRAL 



'"' ■ for FaailMga 1b afaa 

„,„ .'or L*dl*«. Hair On 

»rapoo»o«- OBltdtwa'aHairaaaUy ont.L 

.^oqbjOjkau 



>rwlBi.M M .<.. 




id ftha lli'-f . Pri»ata 

l»lr OaltJnB, ShAving god 



HOT DRINKS 

....FOB. .. 

Winter Weather. 

SACK, P o s « e T X, 

BILLED MINKS, Etc. 

8PIER8 A POND, 

422 8ACKAHENT0 8TKEET, 

(Obb Door b low Saatome.) 

LTJ1VOH. 

A NEW BILL OF FARE r.YHRY DAT. 

Tbg Proprlgtorg gf tha spirra A- Pood bave por- 

ohaaod from 

A FOPCLAB wbiteb 

Oa Qggtroaomy, 

Thr«e K jndred and Twelve llltlaof Fare 

OaloalgtBd to uggt tbo wAotg of 

ONE THOUSAND PERbONS, 

Who may tbargforg ba aartaio of a diffaront pro- 
Kr»mKi« for 

EVCBY DAT IN TMK YSAB, 

Soupt Flah, Entrees, Joints, etc., 

At Blevaa o'clock prgotagly. 

48B SaorAOtanto &traat. out door below Sooiome 

daS-lo. 



"THE 4 VILLA," 
GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

The Bolldlog baalok lost bgan compl«t«d, la 
aow tbrowoopen to 'bopabllo. Tbg boaeoiiele- 

Rtntly fumlri(i«d. and bgi 

Pour Public ParlorB, 

— AFD— 

Ten Private llinins Rooms, 

The whole being; bnllt, n*t lik« a pnblio hotel 
but as it la named. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"Tbe VIII*." la locat 'd *t the Uit or nortb-wgat- 
grn gate of the Park. 

Epicurean lir.aWfAflM. DlnDgrs and Happen 
prepgrnd 00 the ohortfit cotirB, 

GUOIO MANGEnSERG & CO., 

PKOPRIKTORS. Ir 10 





*». J. &ATELY, 

F»rmwlT of till 

"SUNBURST SALOON," 

li to bg found gt 

Big *«*>' lample Koame, 1018 M*rkct 

Btreett appoelie Fllah. 

B9T HI* Old friend* god tfag pobllo KengTAlfy will 
Bad h-rg tbg CBolfiMt breads of LIQUORb end 
CIGARS. jia-Sm 



MILITARY GOODS 

....AMD. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICII 
TRIMMINGS, 

BIS HulKMrr .tr««t. I». >.. S. 

_ uita I. AUJfaj „. JOjXBOA, 



CHRI8TM_Ah CHEER. 

THOMAS P. WALL, 

or 1HE.... 

Cosmopolitan Sample nooms 

->.. SO M1K1I STREET, 
H.« laid ID . .pllDdld .took of LlliUORB 

For trie HOUOAYN I 

Jtmieaon's Harrowbr-oe-'^BJi* Dlstillarj Dublin 
WbKkv, ex ship Umnboldi: Olenlivat Scotch 
Wbiski ; Doable.Dntlllo i Old Bve. i- it-poH Dt«- 
tlllerr, Pituburu; OninoenB - XXX Dublin stont; 
Baaa' Barton Pale Ale. All Bam pies lOoenbe 
Hot Neoleh dtclrleh Whitlti«. » u« Xogtit*. 
delT 



AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND 

SAIiOON. 

HO. BBS SAt'KAMKNTO HTKF.KT, 

Kdowh u tbo 0HI0AO0 BBBB DEPOT. 

CE0RCE B. AUSTIN, 

HAVIIJO PUR0BA8BDTBE ABOVE, WILL 
be il....d to moot .11 old AU8TRALIANB 
nod HEW ZKALANDKBS-, tb.tr Irionde un clt- 
lr.enBnener.lll, t,bo ire na.nren el a heart, wel- 
come and nood ob-er. HOT I.UNUH er.ry d-r. 
FKEE AND ft ANY erery Batnrd.F EveniDK at 8 
o'olook. blrel-olaaaPianlat. jft^-.m 



SAN FRANCIaCO BATHS 

AND 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

AQt? WASU1NUT0N ST., 
OeSOb-lew Kearney PRIORS 
REDUUKD. Bnthr), 25 cent", 
HhnviDK, »6 cente, Hatr OaU 
UnK, '25 cdnti , RbetDpootav. 'lb 
oerte. Medioated Bathe. 

ggS-tf 



ATM! 

JOHN GRKIF. 



GO TO THE WINDSOR 

BOOT A«D SHOE ST0hE| 

ttOrt't af nrket 8trtv« Ct 
Near Fifth. 

Tbe Larccwt aeeortmeot for Gents. | 

Ladles and OHTiHT BT. 
gt th« Low-st Pilc^n. }iA-)m M. F. WALbH, 



1 



319 BUSH STREET, 

ALH MBRA HOUSE. 

THIS P.OUSE, BElttG CKMRALT.Y ^^ 
locat.-d, aear ell tt-g punelpel Uotele. -»g 
Rertanrnnt aod plaone of AmowBcnt, Km* 
8trnDg«rai;anflnd good, comlof l»Mo, pieue- -™^^ 
nt and elegant room a nt rfn-ongbte prices. 
■ ■ ■ 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OK THE V1NB8T OANDY 
madeatonr 8Uam Oasdr Fb«Aobt dalle. Al' 
grdars, •angoiallr from the coontrj, an goliolkgd 
rrd wil b. pnm^, .g-fjd vj. WioREB 
boaU X*T Montromerf B*_ ne»\r 8«tkat 



BSCF AND PORK 

BUTCHER. 



^^* 



Btalat OA to 1— Oa'a. Market. 
gar* Tbg moat popatar Faotilv giaaa la the gltr, 

ficii-;n 



To the Unfortunate. 

BR. Of BllON'ft BI8PEN8ABT. 

NO. ASS KEARNY STRfET, OOR- 
oer of ' ommeroial. Sao Franciaoc 
Kntmroe en Oommeroial street. KsUb- 
llBbed In WA, for the treatment and 
oure of nil diseases of the qHobiv aod 

.•!? corn live o gABB, and all ubyaiua] oon- 

dn.ui,.i>r weakness conoequeoi opod the error* 
or ignorsB0B''f tha eexee. hkindiBeasn (of years' 
standing) a- d u leu ruled legs saeoesBfuLly treated. 
Tbe f ion aad ibe adliot' d bi onld not fail to oall 
Qpoo him. l'be Dootor h&a trgTeUd att«aslveli 
in Enrope, and inspected thorough l.v tbe TArioat 
hospitalfl there, obtain icg a great deal of Taioable 
ioformation, wbiob be ie onmpetentto impart to 
those In need of bis services. Dr. Gibbon will 
make no charge nnleea be fiff«ots a care. Addrg*; 
DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box l^;, ban Franoiaoo. 
mlMl 

~E> O asl T ES R. S, 

Proirlnm... and all kind, ol Printing tor 

SHOW, LKOTDBE, COBIOEBT, TBI 
ATKE und ClttCUH LUIAIhH, 

AT LOW BATES, BY 
SBB OLAT NTKKKT. mill 



LEAKY ROOFS, 

Tin, Asphaitnm, or Bos- 
ton Mastic 

RBPAIHED. 

Send order* to H. Q FISEE, 
609 Hark, t I'.rlot. 



OR. JOKDAW'B 

GREAT ANATOMICAL WOSEUW, 



And lolleie oifModietaa. 



10.000 



bEAOTIFUL AND INBTKUDT. 



DHlAU I IB UAJ ^il IJ- ••■.... M«w— - 

_ .v.i object* to he eve n. Open to thr 
Pnblio DAY AND NIGHT, at VURKKA IXA1 J 
lllti MoDlgomeiy street. FOB HKN <»NLr. ■ 

gar DB. JOBDAN'8 PBTVAtT Otthob Ib at AJTil 
Oi.arr alteat (opposite old Mecbau'oT PbviUod). 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 



SOLOMON TE8MOREV, 

, s and W Uallfornla Mirkou' 
( citTsnce on Pine Street,) 
■tgT* FAmilies and Roataur»nts supplied at short 
notice. dcli-im 



'<&> 



J. C. COiMBKS, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

*Dor. Isrond and Tebaanw street a. 

ggy-Terr»piD goattABtlf oo hand, 
fOyetara lo gTery'stvIe. PBIYATfi 
kSUPPKB BOOHS FOB PARTIES. 
daoSl-tf 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS, OLAMK and all kind.. 
o! Sbell FUb. 81.11 «6) 'Jalitoroial 
M.rket. 810 Frtorlwio. Ipen D.7^ 
lad S liht. ffimlllM, Pobl.o »nd Pfi- 
...» FartlM, Hot.!., bbi.plai Mid 



1 HnMuiaM 'ntsiiti. 



KM 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hal 

CtJAS. L HTONE, Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Between OaUfomlg and Ping. 
This glggant resort, baa laUly been erjlnrgad. ut 
now contaius new BqvpI tables. The b-at I.iqooSl 
and Ulgars at tuo B*r. FW« large Dooly furntabat. 
room", !or clnbe god pr Irate parties 01 their own 
term* and roles. J»7-3m 



THE CUFF^ HO^E! 

ROARING OCE&H! TijRGIBG BREIKERS 
FOiniNG SURF, MO'.STER SEA LlORS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR IV1FK1 

BBINQ YOVR PAltfll.YI 
BRING YOUR LADY FRIRNDS 

And enjor a riew of tbe Bneet OOEAN PANO- 

KAMA IN THA WORLD, .11 lo aigbt of 

tbe n-orld-reQO«n.d 

Oolden Gate. 



HB-New Lin. Bna.ee, eonneotlm witb Htreel 
OarB at Lone Moaotrin every 15 sinnte. bore.fUr 
for tbe l.'liff Hot.ee i,l-tf 



R. MEN D EZ, 

No. 19 Ceary Street 

fL£3Z> Xiioisr, 

FtCRriAND F1NV ovary 

Situ Jnv ..rr-tiing at 9 o'clock. 
I iaea and L'qoore. Thw 
"Old Spurt" will alwava bo oa 
hand to meot bis friends. 

jaSS 




TIIKATItt, JHINe-TBI.L A»l> BFA8- 

UVKUIIIK Hi;(HJIBBlH£JiT» 

WHUI.»IALIC 



Tifbtl, Pads, Harl'rinui, Olowo 
Trlm<alnpo. - HA'lHiN JiiBK 



Olowo aod Aoima 
■ ; and hilrgr 
I k OO., 
«>1 1 Ola* (Street. 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LaDlbb' 
FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESStf 

Has KrtT'0T*d go 
844 WARUIHUTON ST.. 
Four doors below Stockton at**© 
Bairwork of all Deaortptioaa made to ordat 
Obargea moderate. Jell im 




MINNIE WILLIAMS, 

PROFK-SIONALf.Y KNOWN AS "tlTTLE 
MINN1K."-Ibls jnremli agtregg, with tha 
L^ndoo Biar Oompgni, lsst heard ol 10 the K»Bt 
tndien, IB Implored to wrlta to her mother to Baa 
Fr»DLMSC0, California. Theatrical j otubaIb Bra re- 
quested to make a note of this. ]ai^-tt_ 



WELCHMEN AHOY. 

TBYIJONBS- 9LBM11WTB FOB VITRIOI. 
iHiSlint, at »A» Bmb •«•» del»-l> 



1 WTOr A T=l O 



•■ -->*jeo«<. WtWl D»J ID ahe ?•« ©I 

3* BOOA-RDTT© 



«•• «-re.«al and S»* Wwalnato" ■!• 



T0B8D\Y JA.NCAKY 13, 1874 



i yj- 

flo Nice. ._^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

When wo want to find * realty "oloe wora 
BocnefiiDg ootof tbe citumoD, we doo't 
look iq the tficUonarr Or it. we simple rater 
to tb« 0.11 s dramatic column on MonJ-y. 
Y- sterdar we found: 

Professor O'Reanlon continue* to elicit 
louHsppJense by the really beautiful ma.io 
te deducts from tbe tumblers. 

Last nigbt we thought we'd try t!» effect 
of fUl on a young lady. We a*.id "Mite 
Julia will yon bo seated *t fie piano, and 
dedvoe from It tbe Aolicious music wbiob 
Too are *o capable of eliding. " 6 bo stared 
at oa wildly, and thai waat and spoke to ber 
fathar who ia one of tbe deeoons of 8t. 
Jadai' Cbnrcb, en Fifty-atoond street. He 
abeokblabead gravely, aud then putting 
on bia rostry air approached me, end 
Hid, "Hope whst my daughter tolls me is 

■ el true; hope there is some mistake, and 
tbatab«m:snvderstoodyoarlangu«i{e. Set- 
lias uide the fact that such l*ngua«e is net 
Christian, it ia nneeotlemanly. end I shea d 
fuppoee yon oapable of tndertt lading that." 
"What did I say?" I asked. "Jrnli* informs 
m#," slid the old (ceotleman that yon aiid 
loowtbing to her about tbe"deaoe">hieh is 
merely another name for the author of all 
aril." I hastened to explain-that I bad not 
ns*d tbe objectionable expression, bnt had 
aaked Ui<>s Julia to "deduce music from the 
piano." Tbe old gentleman looked at me 

■ idly, but forgivingly and left me. Here 
Joined hie daughter, and I taw him tapping 
his forehead signffieently, aud drew from 
that gesture the eonoloaion tL&t he was in- 
forming Julia tbat I wa* not wicked, only 
weak beaded. I "dedueed" this, and it was 
not long before I elioied mja.lf from t.e 
house. Those words look pre'ty well in 
print, but they are not suitable for conver- 
sation at an evening party madeupofordi 
nary people. 



A Relentless Woman. 

Borne one, an abandoned wife of course, 
writes as follows to tbe New York Dispatch : 

"Osn a woman who has bad ber hus- 
band arrested and committed to the 
Inland for one year for abandonment, bave 
him re-arrested at tbe expiration of tbat 
term if he^ont:nnes to stay away from, and 
la I s to support her, or c*n a man be pun- 
isbed twice for the same offence ?" 

That relentless woman is waiting until the 
poor husband comes off the Island to go for 
bim and send bim ba^k again. She thinks 
tbat he ought to return to her full of love 
and devotion, and if he does not do so she 
will compel him by law. The Dispatch 
etreDgdieos her in her determination by 
sayiog : 

"The buaband o rtainly can be again ar- 
rested Sod punished, in wbiob easj u would 
n«t ba doable punishment for one offence, 
but pnnlshmeut lor a continuation of the 
Same offence." 

"Those whom G d hath joined together 
let ne man pat aBUider." Tu*t poor wretch 
ota husband will go back te the Island, 

Bare. 

.«■ 

L'O J> - ■ - i*i il. i iroui voruft. 

rha anXi»r;a&ate snfferem from 0*»rDs, Ban- 
ooa, Ololi U)d ln^ro«lr;?Iteils.c*n 81.(1 lusunt 
f !iel by ts-plyisti at Ii. %■ H- u»w»c* ibstw 
luw, 81'' Kearny street, froiii : \o B p.m. We 
P*>»*i troujoxper.^oc . rir.rniK :e ted tie Doo. 
t ■.''- capaWIltr I etar-<p« - nwi ti-equu-ea. a 



i>r. l>otionv 

da* -vvitad ttU gtu.1;- oavr- i>ertio>*i*rij to 
ofcronto *a t spec 10 practice, and as wh U 
row in* ait-fl bac -ewa! of *n; Phyel 
Baa $r*,LC-*C-\ ifBco SiS b»craccent> tliw. 
oorner of C-'Idwd rfl. i few floor o-iow What 
Ob eer Hon*" T 



Porrcnriy o/ Bat* House Carrage*. c*o ot 
toond It Itju t<t Colemau riros. clothing et- 
^bilbiitutit, nuutbwost oorner bq-d a&d Mont- 
F-msry st.. or Dexter Btabl£3. Carrtace orders 
left at either pise* proKpuy anended to day 
s>r ulght, »t rodqoed raw* »a 



A £*lea«»nt vocation. 

I'smons ueeirug corutorubie laaglnge in a 
Oectrmi loeatlen, sho«l6 visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the flue sal tee of rooms to let there 
Toe btUldlnif is a tcxt fine one and Is well 
lighted and watlUtM. . 

Tb« Matinue Fruit 8ioi-e 

Keeps tbe choicest Tarlities of domestic 
and Import -d fruiti, jellies, confectionary etc., 
and aMls at tbe lowest r*t4*. Pare, healthy 
Apple Older, fesh from the press every day. 
Ko. 409 Bash itr eet, ooe doora ^ove Kf amy. If 
Jl i*©aiiy onoicu oiff*r 

Can onlv be obtained at tbe Oriental Olger 
Store, 229 BnshSt.opposltj SI rcantile Library, 
where tae very finakt Havana clears and Tosao- 

oo an always o n hand. ia-d 

Tho Oelloacy of svll Seitsons. 
Ia B. F. Bunkxb's Olub BatLsage; Its fame baa 
epraad far and wile throughout tbe lacd. The 
only place to obtiln this oelebrated 8 1 usage it 
at stalls 71 and 76 California Market, 11a 



DoHtsU Work. 

Fob room qtuurc or wow, go to t. o. Jea- 
cap, dentist, cor. Suttei md Moatgoaiery, over 
Tucker*e. S-n 

^Vftt<"li©9i, Jewelry Etc. 
Of every dsacriptioa, at tbe ««o lowest ariose 
H, A. Oallec^er'a N. W. corner of fiecoadaod 
Usaloa atree v^tcbet cart felly repaired. SP 

Beaaembcr the place to boy flrai-olasa better, 
tgs and cheese, is Bo. 72 and 73 California 
. v-rkat. 13v 



ma avnd S\re«a. 
Per the beat - ecuonery. sr» to Oaaty and 
7 Menwotaarr bL near Batter. 



agnaVa.! 



Nattmega. 
[Froai lb* Daebax/Newi.Jao. Id.] 

The coming tailor will Incorporate a 
square of sind pK-er in smok«'« pant*. 

a oon*plcuoni objeol in a neighborhood 
is a peacock HfrOte V0»e is cbauuicg. 

Tbe mother^toJaw we bear su muon of ap- 
pears to be tbe husband's. Isn't there an 
occasional wife who has a mother-in-law ? 

A smart Pan bury wo m an- d^ee the work 
for a family of nine, miUs two cows, and 
keeps track of thirteen c jotiuued stones. 

Dion Bouiccault pa's bicneelf in direct op- 
^o^Aejhlajnj at empt on tbe part of tbe 
ArnerHh ^^J^make bis birthday a le- 
gal bdu'ay. ^^54B^ ft&At 

The impulsive cl rk irM^eiCTiaetffflly, de. 
posit* a shovel of snow do*L tb& beofeel-the 
rnial pedtstraln, was in toe dm? eioru, 
Saturd y eveuiog, negotiating for a bottle of 
liniment* ^ ^^^ 

A Danbury man, bating given up a'l 
hopes of a war with Spftio, *** eonnnted 
to aeoept a position on a Slaweoo meat- 
cart. Some people naturally incline to 
gore. 

"Tbe days are grawing longer," observed 
Mr. Spriggs to his family, Friday morning. 
"Yes, I have noticed it," Interrupted the 
snot. "They are a baif a minute longer,'* 
added Mr. Spriggs, in the same tone of 
voiee. As no reply was needed to this, the 
aunt made none. 

An Essex street lady, silting in her pur. 
lor, aud engaged in dreamy contemplation 
of the moustache of the young gentleman 
who was to escort her and ber sister to tbe 
festival, was suddenly awakened by- the 
omnions whisper, in a juvenile voice, at the 
door: "You've get Ann's tooth, an' she wants 
'em." 

One of our young legal gentleman substi- 
tuted a cuspidor for toe old-fashioned re- 
ceptacle. Witbin an hour after the pnr- 
obaser, two freshly -lighted twenty-oent 
cigars rolled of tbe desk, and disappeared 
in its yawning mouth. Shortly after, a let- 
ter from his affianced, enelrsiog a photo- 
graph, got joggled off, and shot into fct.e 
same sbaun. Then he took the cuspid r 
into tue yard, aud attacked it with an axe. 



Happy :W«>w Year. 

Fo^ Bou Boos and Matoa for your hew 
Tear'- t.ble. go to 'The UadlogCndy 
Store.-aiOTgeHasF&Co's. SO K^y st^t, 
nearXartw. Their di J?l*y Of holloay fe^cj 
goods win tot <t:y eclipse anr former exbl Hion 
of thla very popnlar firm. Tb-y h»va also lm- 
port-d the most elegant assottm^t of Jr-r.cn 
Oandy Boxes and Ooruucopiesever seen in ttiia 
olty. , U * B 

Go W .ere tl»<> " Wooatoine » 
-r-wlneili 

And partaae t tbe lucr.ea f> be foocd 
there. Tbe b* ; t of eeuonette tot ptinche 
of allklods. "woofleifni" loxcl e- ev«ry day 
andnlsbt Private parlors, gentUmany treat 
meat by t M proprietor of the "WcodblDe." 
Qea. olliB, No. 1 Mo.*wn etrott, one do<r 
from the gwt thorvBgafs-e— Kiarny street. 
O.U! m Ubh 

Special to i_.«Mitee> 

For dressmaking to all Its branobea and the 
latest styles, call on Mrs. J. J. Walker, at 310 

Post street. Term-' reasonable. 3 0* 



NEW ADVE RTISEMENTS. 



Oysters, 
In strolling round the outer nighi, 

' To look at-'Friseo oy gas light, 

•jot oareleSM teat, by chanoe did stray 
To nacre a fountain's ceaseless play 

' Of sparkllne waters, made a screen 

Through which a sweet bouquet wsb seen [ 
While mossy stone and pearly shell. 
O'er which the waters sortly fell, 
Made tbht window poem to be 
■*o&i6 fairy grotto of tbe sea. 

atop," sr-K't my frlenJ, "let's go In here 
It looas so nice— and try their chees .*" 
"Ail right," I said, "I must agree 
Ihat this place salts me to a 'T,'" 
So sooner bad w'e fr»und a sea' 
Than at (ror aide a waiter seat 
Uade his ippearaaco, asked oar Wish— 
3aM they had almost *ny dish 
That we align: name. We found It trae, 
4nd conh-d magmjicenUy, too; 
all kitids of oyvurs, jolcy, fat, 
Oooked every style; ]ust tbink of that, 
ind If your mouiQ Jont nau>r, iuen 
lon'ie different Erom otber men. 
fhev'd slam » siii f-nha aud terraptns ; 
In tact, v? found they had witbin 
rt/it ro«y ni«c*a" H'><i*of g^sie, 
rj'sb, riesb or fowl whlob we cortd name, 
ffhile svery dish was, I am sore. 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
rhe ladles, too, bave fomnd, 'twould seem, 
n. U ^h-sy h»ve here tbe beet lee crcun; 
^o hue they nock, the Uttl'e &lzmer&, 
To get vf ha* tbr-v .--.r InDers," 

Who-ver doubts *Ms let tilm rush ' 
To three hundred thtrty*eeven Bush, 
ind tiiere this trut^ he'll and made plain; 
Who coop »!«•»* on-f will <$) sga!n 
Pr,ciu? Oyst?r SouBO, 3S7 Sufo street, ^hov« 

€>L^omery; open Day 

BAAKK, Proprietor, 



rre *i-r of » vuclnfr nxi<\ X>*»- 
portinfOr. 

T :qb& who appraclste culture will be glad to 
learu tbbt Pr-;1 -es-r 0. H. fjefter tas opened 
an Academy for the purpose tf t. -aching, not 
cn'y dan-inp, out those graces of devortaaent 
wUhoQtwtjlehnocnecan-ehineineocitty. Prof. 
Lester is a thorough master of his art, one of 
'be best on t ia tide of the Rocky Mountains. 
BUsbi are bed at Oracd Certral Hall en Wl 
co7j.iL-.- nf Sixth ano Maak-t tteets on Mocdsys 
and Thorsuays. 

Ladles In tbe aoov ■ bandnome carriages may 
be b -ijd any time during the day In front of 315 
Kea'ny street, nrar Bush itreet. waltmg (for a 
few momert-i for a dozen or two of tboee .el. 
ebrated Wriiten Yl=1Ur>g Oard ; , ao elegantu- 
rxecn'ed by John P. Dwyer carJ writer for tbe 
Sraud Hotel. N. B — Oards written, engravta. 
ir printed l" tae lstiet and mott fashloFB-ile 
tyle, handkerchiefs mark d, tt-noll pla'es 
taatly cut, and monograms engraved and 
» -in ted, ' 11-t 

As» J-. Waugaman's LW'e-w Sa- 
loon, 

Cornei" f Halleck and Leldesdorfr Btreets. 
Large aid commodious saloon, centrally loca- 
ted, with ante-rooms, supplied with the best 
brands or Liquors and Olizars; bountsons hot 
lunch— his great specialty— serve! from 11 a. 
m. t ■> 2 r . u , and a cold lunch a tier war 3 e. Drop 
In axd "be satisfied." labh 



Important to Smokors. 

Few men in Ban Frsnoirco are aware tbat 
he enterprising firm of Eahn at Haas are em* 
ploying white females labor In the manufac- 
ture of thetr Cigars. The very best material la 
OStd in this establishment . 0*11 a"fl convince 
yourself at 778 Market street, between Third 5: 
Fourth street. Finest brands Havana Cigars 
eenetantly on hand. ix-x 



Holiday Hate. 

Certainly a new hat is about as pleasant a 
holiday gLft as can be imagined. There is an 
txnmena* stock of Hit* to relect from at "The' 
Hat St re, 647 Wa&nmg-on street (second bat 
store below Kearny), The newe&t styles a tr.-a- 
sonable prices. _ ia.j 

Max: JSttCtnorT., tin? artist 

{Late of Sarony's In New York,) now with 
Bradley k Bttlofson, Is Issuing hia Elite Por- 
traits. ^ x. 

Our hatter and cheese ws bought at Chap- 
man's, 72 and 73 California Mu-ket, aad pro- 
nounce it .superior to any in the m riot. 12 v 



PLATT'H HAXX. 

Complimentary Testimonial 

, r -:. ....TO.... 

INA D. COOLBRITH 

....OH.... 

Thursday Evening, Jan. lotii, 

When will be predated the follawtot 
aitraoUve 

FBOOBAMkU i 

Tbe oartain will rise at 8 preoiselr, on Oharles 
Danee's eleaant Comedietta entitled 

Delicate Ground 

Oiitaen Sangfroid ME. HENRY EDWARDS 

Alaboate.... MB. W A. ME-*tATFB 

Paullns (tbe oltUsa's wife.) Ml tiS F. ATHOART 

After whioh 

Aa Oriirl qo.1 Poem by J. F. BOTTMAV, 

Entitled "TH£ SINGKR." will be recited 
or HE. HKNRY EDWARDS, 

The dtstingalBbed Cantatriee, 

MADAME ANNA BISHOP, 

Will eiag "HOME, SWEET HOME." 

The popular actor, 

MR, GEO. DAflKELL, 

Will appear ia hia Obaraoter Sk«tobea entitled 

The Myalerlea ef the Stnae* 

lotrodaotng the Serio-Oomia Yoealiet. the Lion 
t'omique and ibe Koial Reiner, with ihe Songs 
"Gon.i Hvening," "T*>mpl« Rir,'' aad TenufSoiTB 
' Ooarge of tbe Light Bbtade." 
Tbe favorite artiate, 

fii'LLE ANNA ELZER, 
WillaioaRoa-iai'dDopalar air, "Li UENKREN- 
TOLA,"acoompanied oo the Piaoo ti> 

HERB MULDER FABBRI. 
followed by 

MB. BABTON HILL'S 
Recitation of O&lverlei's bamoiona peon. "MY 
SOHOOLFKLLOW fOUMIT; OR, QEMIKI 
AHi) VIRGO." 
Tbe popnlar Tenor . 

MB. ALF. WILKLK. 

Will al> g "EILT ASTHORE." 
The California favorite, 

MR6. bOPHlE EDWiy, 

Will reoi'0 "4NNIK AND WILLIE'S PRATER,'' 

MR, 03*1 LINDEN wil preside at the Piano. 

Tbe sBtertaiDtneot will conclude with tbs asm- 

iog Ooatedy in one act enti-led 

The Mexican Tigress! 



MISS FANNY QATt'-CAET, MR. GF-ORGE 
DARK1LL and MR. ft. BARr.Y. 

Tbe whole at the at ti»ts eeoeronaly volnoteered 
thir srrsicee, «dJ Mr. ^cd Mrs Dirreii bave in 
kindest amnstr defcrnd tbeir departarefor tbe 
Hast, in order to c-ive iheir aasieutnee. 

B-. s pUn new 03 view at G^aj'e Mtialo tftorei 
wii°r« ubib map he-eonre'i wiwom extra obarse. 

Ihe PifeD<> u»d oo tnin oOi.aaion-bae Daen kind It 
lifintd by M. Gray, litq. 

SllMNERW. BUCBEE, 
Jn-:Z BriBtcesn Manager. 



PACIPIO ££l „£». Xa X* 

GRAND CONCERT 

COMPLIMENTARY 10 

Mr. FKA>K GILDEE 

(IHe Bnlliaot American Pi&Blet,) 

Next Friday Evening, Jan. 16, 

Assiat-d by Emioeot Yooal Tal«nt and 
PROFESBOR O'RfARDON. 

Tickets One Dollnr 

S-at» Reeer»e' 1 wittont eitrt oh»a*, at 
hHEBMAN A HYDE'S Mode Store, ja!2 



ART ASSOCIATION. 

OPT.MSO or 

WINTER FXH1BITI0N. 

THE GALLERY OF THE SAN PBANOfSOO 
Art ABsooiatlOD.aiS FINE STREET, =s now 
op«n to tba pnblU d»,lj. fr&m 10 a at. to 5 p. at., 
sod from 7 to 10 F. M. 

A aplendid colecdeo of 

CASTS FROM THE AKTfQTJE 

1» on exhibition for the flr-t time,embrAOiBt;maoT 
rf tbe most fimooe Greek Stsm» mod P*rtbeaon 
FHcse RtliaTOB. Alio mon iban 

Una Meradreel Original Oil PaletlDfi, 

Inolndlng the oelebrated pictare bj Jioobs, of 

'"JAMSOJIi AMI DELILAH," 

>kets,admi<.tii) 
Kircle adraii 



That Gorgeous Furniture 



° 



HOLIDAYS 

HAS ARRIVED. 

COniB »nd SBB IT. 
CALIFORNIA 

Furniture Mauf 'g Go. 

220 to 226 BUSH ST. 

delS-lm 



Attention, Good Lirers! 



proprietor of tbe Miners' Ree- 
taorant, bei takes tb.e management 
of botb the Miners' Reatanrant oa 
Qommaroiel street »nd the Miners' - — - 
Branch on Market ttreet. Onr Bills of Part 

Bm&— ce ail che dettoaoiea of the season. Oni 
motto is "Good Fare, Good Cooking and Modarat* 
Uhargee." 

r. HEROES A CO, 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

Kttl and *«** Oommerot&L c— l 
T «» MarkM street. 
Open ron 6 ajl to 10 r jl se26-tf 



fRSTPREMIUMAWAflDE# 

T>r. HENLEY'S 




At the State Fair, Sept. 1873 



UE ONJLY BELIAUI.K TPWSIC 

ANDRECUPiRiTOf. DON'T BE WISlfAP BY 

LONG ANO POMPOUS AOViRTbEMENTS, 

BUI USETHJ lONGT^D ANB ONLY 

Sure Invigorator 

K«0W1, T H! UNPREOEOENrEO SITCCkSS 

AN . IHMEN8-" SALE OF WHICH, FOR 

THE L ST FIVE YEAriS. PRCVES 

IT TO 6E TH 

EING OF ALL TONICS. 

Read Pb sioiar.?' certificate ^[-acb^il 10 t= 8 ch 
bott ■.-. Es mino Bfforn -tatemsot^ of oirfiB effect- 
ed, oa til at h*- «lce, 

For sale by all Pruygisls and Liquor Dealer* 
H. >F>)EI\ A • <»., So e Proprietors, 
6-8 Front Stneu col'. 




PHILADELPHIA httblAURANT A1TD 0Y8- 
ter Baloon, BUEGOLD A 8PRINGKR, Pro- 
prietors. A08 Pine street, between MontRomerr 
acd Kearny streets. Kestern or Oeliforuis Uje- 
teri BcrTed id every style! ilio »ll ktcda ot Meets 
eooked u order. eW PrtTate Saloon for Laaies. 
Hoose open till 2 A. M Families and RasUorante 
snpplied at short notioa. 




TURF GALLERY STABLE. 

OKITTBKDKW A DAJLTOlf, Propriators, 

»•>» Hatter etreet Near Itearnr 

BAN TRAWOIBOO. 

Order* Left »t the Ottee of the Grand 

Hotel Promptly attended to 

oolS-tf 



GOOD WORK I LOW PKICES ! 

LOVEJOY &~WILLIAM8, 

WW PHOlOftBAPHtO OALLERT, 
1*8 Kearny street, opposite White Boase. 

J0.Yn.U4MS (LATE OF BRADLEY A 
• Bolefaon'e) and W. B. LOVEJOY (tete of 
\ saaban e) baTina essocieted tbemaelree to- 
aetner. etHoittbe pstrooage of rbelr frieDdeand 
tne pnolle generally, sod bope their longexperl- 
enoe will be guarantee that ibey will do flrsuoiaas 
wort de«-'jai 



S. F. and H. P. B. B. Co. 



CHAItCE JOF TrME 

ON ANT* AFTFR DEO. 1. 1373. THE STEAM 
e. AjVTELOPk. oocteoU' eit Donannw Laod 
ing with tbe San FranciBoo 4 North Prcitlo Ra).- 
road Oompfinj for Cloverdale and all intermedial 
stations, t* ill leave Han Fiaxtotsto d»iiy (^nndayt- 
eropted), from Front street vi hart, i.r. 2:3" p.m Rt- 
tnrning, the train will leave Cloverdale daily ft 
6:06 o'otook"A.ai , ronneotinrst Donanoe ■ntb-tre 
ste .mer aad arriving id £ao F:acei&co at 11 :00 *.%. 
Tne ateajnere and earn make olose Oonneotiorji 
with eta.fren to and from all points. 

No more SUNDAY EXCURSIONS nntil far- 
ther notice. 

S9r> For all information apply at the Oorupany's 
office. 498 afaateomarr street. 

aplS PSTE&DONAHUK. President. 




Business Conducted on Fair 
and Honest Principles. 



>CT£1 



H I O B* . 



ALL GOODS. WARRANTED AS 
REPRESENTED. 



New Goods Arriving Dally. 



THE MIBHT STOCK AND LOWEST PIIIDEI 
OF AIT HOUSE IN THE GITT. 



CLOTHING, 
COARSE and FINE I 




The Fortunate Man Who Bn^s his Clothing 
at the IXX AUCTION STOBE. 




THE UNFORTUNATE MAN WHO 
DOES NOT. 

UNDERCLOTHING, ALL GRADES. > 
— I 

White Shirts for tlw Million. 







S^.ISrC3r3EIZ«. HALLE. 

14 Gears' Street, otar Ke.my. 




DKPOT OF WEYAHD 4 KABOHE'S 

BAY BREWERY BEER. 

S Cernt. • 01***> 



FAKCT UOOIIS, WATCHIt, 

JEWEUV, j»TlDA3, J'IPES, 
rEBFlUls, SPITEOSCKI, 

EKGLISa OV'TI.J-UT. TKl'M* 

BASS, T11I8B. XOII41CO, etc 

A FULL LINE OF 

Rubber Clothing 

CALL AVI SEE FOB TOCB9ELF 
■A HAT 



'WE Blow our 
own Horn 

Because 

We Have 
Got A STori 
That will 

ADMU-IT. 







aim 

'> 
»i 



IXL Auction Store. 

* 



! 
■Ml 



6 1 8 Kearny St., 

jC<*raSl?,4*f Commercial. 



SHI 




■a, m rot: itiiit 

... • , . . 

a r BB4U r- m ii. 




■*»****•< ••••• **» rtANiMp, »id«iip»\ j»v »», i. 



OVERIAHD HOUSE. 

THB MVT taM QMI ara.t 

KuraWhrd Roomt 

IM Tm a 

• vrtv os wrnwn Miito 

J. I 



V.I. SIX. 



■■I ■ 

AMMOTH SALE 



^Mi 






"■W AJLHAMRRA TTJIaTRI, 

jrjttWMr- — - — ~— — — — — - .222r2££ 



DRY OOOUb CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 



A.T l I 



ihi. ivr«iK« 



JAHC4KT 14 



People's Palace: 



... Bill • •I.T.t. .,. 



LAP au*A£ DOVI 9' 

wim*« > .diuhi • 



Fin«T 

CO». T urirn t. 



i.rantl >>w Klnalr. 




Dae-<}n»rtr. ol V Million of 
Hollar* Value 



O SELECT FROM. 



RAND CONSOLIDATION 



OT 



■ f HAhm 

M I xnttrwT 

mti v k«ijiniiH 

HUMIU 

Knlirr < onipany 



X» -A. I* T «* ;BO O O 1\J U . 



bt thk »u<n»rii. 



SIEGRIST CHILDREN! 

LOUIE and THOMAS, Aged 7 and 6 I -2 Years. 



WO STOCKS. 



un mil 



ur House Yesterday Was Crowded. 

OOD MEN WANTED. 



EOPLEo PALACE, 

THK (IllUT 

COMMISSION HOUSE 



Hand 913 Market Street. 



I REALLY SHALL EXPIRE I 

By the Favorite Artistes, Messrs. WELCH and RICE. 

In Rer Budgot of Bonn* nucl CIikiieoh. 

GIRAFFE BROTHESRtd. 
By the Creat Acrobats, SWEATNAM and MANN NC. 



In His Creat Specialties. 



iKinir.TBA 



The pMtforla*Doe to conclude .lib 



THE SIEGRIST TROUPE 

And Their WONDERFUL DOCS. 






BUCKLEY'S : new VARIETIES 

• ■ 

MAMMOTH PROGRAMME. 

DOUBLE VARIETY COMBIIATIOV. 
rmr am.aASCs or 

kati ■ / «i re. 

nrievuBoKutirvii l.«cii«« 

la wi, M«<ut T««i tiiiwiu. .... 
THIS EVENING JtUDlIT U 



Tb.Tro.bl. «in n»»nn 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG MO FUR 




l «»l ■»•• ■ **■*•- M*r*»a 

MU11e>« MM Hlurkt 

rw n »•*■*• \%Mii»r r«rki 

«*.•».«■ •> ■ ■ M«|fltlt.iMi 

THE MYSTERIOUS RESTAURANT 

r. M«r*.iasor* . ftairta P»«t«r Aid II. P»T«t 



T»rfiUh«r»«« N*inl' llrrwsr 

HaMia,.. I.I//H ii LB MOM 

>•■■ Ml Duff ..«■ nu.a 

*•■« Mollis I, n r*r*a| 

(•ml* *o»« r«nnr W»fc*l«r 

Unlth <»rrlr»lUr. Mxrrt n^ny 

•"•rf 7u.ll. Kflas 

AiAoiinn ruTi i-.r-OK mMn r.i.i.M 

r««r Ueuir« ,......, MniiI* larcwOT 

THE INTELLIGENCE OFEiCE. 

Pvki. ' .And Mori sort 



M*ns.... 

Bo.ii %Wo|« 

**>"* 

■onv 



Ui III***. 

itl« z.« 

H* *». t la.tr 



Unubk I'flkn Wcbalvr unn M'llc nUnrh« 

40MIO tilROI iir/ir: IIAKHUM] 



The Other Fellow. 

Captain Bio»hfcrd Oaoif. Fort*r 

Photo Units* Moiim 

■ Ooiuti'T Loon Mamwelli 

Collector W» Ut Parka 

Jim .. on* of lbs Bom 

3*0*.. ..bit biwt-r Miffti* bra way 



moukl i.onwiMo noiNid 

acifichouseT 

YfVPIC HOUSE, 



Cor. .r('nn..rel>tl 
Llrf«Mt>rf .... 

Km... .tr««t, oi.. 
po.il. tb« 1*1. .. 
KAl.bTON A COTKELJ.. 



A 

grobt 

Tiriety 

of 



ilAfS 




«*ATS 



Id a 

groat 

r.nsty 



At the I X L Al'nTl W UTORE, No. 018 nnil ivau KKARNY STREET, tor. Cnmmercl.l. 



COME ONE! COME ALL! 

■■'O THK OPPOSITION ril'JIW.UM'll (,AL- 
1 LF.RY flu" M.rk.t.tr.ol. Tb. iloMt dal.b.d 
R.mtrin H csrde. i'l rer clotoo ; C.biu.ti 91 p.r 
dozQa. «.iv- a. . oill »n.1 wo .r. tar. lopl.u. 
joa. w. It. DVKK.nd 0-:0K«BR WHlfl.r. 
in- well-kQO.D .ud pot ul*r op«rMor., *od J. U. 
WII.I.OI'i; IBV.Propri. -tq2p 






'inm «»» who 

ES NOT, 

IIUH MIS- 

i fur lh» lllli««. 

BtTfUP, 
..IlOlVfl' 11 

,, ,,jTIOVtIt. 

L»H.«t'»'' 

KUllllW* 

,U»J0' 

fClothinr 
•it 



lirornia Ahead of the World 

IN 

WOOLEN_ GOODS. 

HI UKDERSIGMD IS IN KKOKIPT OF 
BUokoW, rimotr«, H1r19~Blaot.tt.se, etc. 
act from lie !!:■'», and wHlaellla iota to -nil 
pot.tta Nil* Mor-tnomtrj atrsel: 
fl-Sa ero. af. MAIN. A K ent. 



THE OLD 

lot scoton, 

>■ H*rt«l "tr*.l. near Ktiurny. 

it Drinks Ten Cents 
Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

V. a WALDEOK. Proprietor. 





—n, «•• Pla* nrMt, bttirara Hoati 

>7 .trMt.. JU4t*m or 0*11 tor. 

...■niMMit iMo .11 kJiOa ol 

abort .otloa. • 



bt Ibort BOtlot. ' 







LbHln. 

i.r.nU 

1.11 




IRF GALLERY 8TABLE. 

CMTTSUDSrl A DAA.TOH, PrsprlbUn, 

• ■tt«r .treet Jfc.r M.eorBy 

SAM FBAHOISOO. 

n l*rt «t fkt am** or the Brut 



mob woei iiow nion i 

LOVEJOY A, WILLIAMS 
jr rioToo.ArBio uluki, 
W KVwrrtf nm l, bPp o.lt. ^Tblw Bsut. 



i* 



sasr 



s 



EIGHTY 
Single Outside Rooms, 



No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Mattrasse*, 



BRANCH HOUSE, 

•JM AAKSOMJE tT2IET, C0B. OLAT. 



TF\Tty Otnta r»«r KTi«lxt 
And Less toy the WeeU. 



Apr- 38 L. J. IWBIiL. ProprifttoT, 




A NEW HAT STORE 

On Montgomery St. 

NORIEGA Bins., 
PRACTICAL 

HATTERS 

628 Montgomery St„ Near Clay, 

HA.fi FRANCISCO. 

Wff WOULD RESPBOTFULLY INFORM THK PUBMO 
Mid oar namprouB patroan that we ha?a ops^ed oar now 
aoq sUgant otorr* on MonraeMRRT Rtiibet. near Clay, wbers 
we will cohfltitnUv keep oo haad too FlNttS V ASSOHl'MKNT 
of IlATSaodOAPHevflrofTsrpd to the oitisHrja of the Fnoiflo 
Uoi.it, and at prlu»H whioh will dtfyootupfliftioo. 

W« are alo prepared, to make to ordar all the Latest Sttlxb 
Of HatBaod Oapa oo short Lonon. 

GLEANING and REPAIRING neatly and promptly executed. 

N. B. W» will still oontlooe onr atore at tb« old Hand. No 
MU Dnpont atreat, where oao be fonni our nmsl good aalorU 
DJSDt of (tooda, and competent hatt«» to attaod lo the want* 
Of onatomara dealing thare. IVOKIJCQA BBOI, 

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ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 

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£ tflAbrfS MOUSE IN THE CITY WHERE THE ORIGINAL 
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Also the Largest,, 

CHEAPEST MD BEST 

SELECTED STOCK 

....OF.... 

Cents', Ladies', 'Misses', 
Children's and Infants' 

BOOTS AND SHOES 

ETER OFFERED 

In Ban Francisco. 

SEERS & MAYNARP, 

No. 238 Kearny Street. 




THIRD YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



Only Legal Jonrnal PHbllshed West 
of the Mississippi. 



IT HA* KICIITED THK OOIDIAL FM DOUSE- 

am of the rawiuiti am a 



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THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 



Publishes all the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 



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: WZ €3r AF LO." 

T« JOSRNAL OP • KU8EHBHTS. 

PQbUtued ...or !>.' In tn » v *» r °* 
E». BOOAKDUS 



««r-n»al M. 5»« Wtt.nlniton ■>■. 
y.iow Moawoni.nr. »M yrMrtioo. 



WLl^EdDAY JANCABT 14, 1871 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 

Opera Boaie. 

Tb»»cr»»iBiDt (4rce of "B. B." io wbtch J P. 
Burnett *■»«• eucb to admirable reprotM.tatiorj of 
« retired prizi-fUbter, ead tae Tory d.verbir- 
l»tqa« entitled ' Mtt« E-ly CVOonnnr," with John 
HowtODiiibB htrolne, and MUs Jenoie Lhu 
Milt* N* CoPtMlMD, will bit given to-night. 
AlbAmitrm Theatre* 

Swealnim »nd ManMs*, Ooa. T Horpbr. Bilk 
Weener, Qeorf* S. K gU. ind toe w ndflrf 1 
Si.crlBt F*mil/ w.li til »pp*ar W-nipot In • aveai 
bill. 
California. Thenirv. 

Only a fowolghis mora will "The Ntlad Qieflo, 
who in m»oy attraction*, dolitftit tbo [lublic. It 
will bs perfArmed ti-oigbt. The last matinee will 

b» B1T6Q OD StlOrd**. 

Benefit of Ml*-* .r.-imii- I#ee. 

Tbe obartniDtt coinedlenno of the Op«»« Houv 
will take e b-o-rl' on Ifriday o'ght. Tbe Pro- 
lupine, which appear* on oor first pa^e. te ■ vork 
attr*ctive oQ«, acd should d r\w an immense bouae 
Dion Br-ncicaalf. 

This a inn rib. e play wrli hi ecd clever ac tor, who 
will, on MoDdaj tr ■ dibit upi;, appear before the 
pnblioof Sin Fraoouco, is at i resort en««Ked io 
writing a 1 ical •ketch, in which to iotrortnoe him- 
telf, will make hi* Ural appearance in propria per- 
Hon, ae Dion Boaelotnlt tbe playwright. This ie 
an exoellent idee, and will tahe well witb tbe 
pubic. Io tbeaketoh.Mr. Bonoioault and Barton 
BUI will be di«-overvd on tbe stage, tbe former 
will be ittcrviewed respecting bis impressions of 
San Francisoe, afftrdiog an opportunity for tbe 
local illusions in wbicb tbe public to much de- 
light. Barron Hill's troubles ns a Manager will be 
illoatraud by tbe entrance of a young lidy who *• 
desirousof makicg her debnt on tbe Ualiforafa 
•tag*, and woo i« eon»id*red— by her friend'— 'be 
be« LadyG:? Spanker living. This w II afford 
Mr. Boooi:»oK ao oppartunitr of telling bow HE 
thinks Lady Gay Spanker sbonid be played. The 
above will give an idea of the pleasant morceaa 
wbiob Mr. Boaciceult isat present preparing for 
the people of San Francisco. He never fails to 
suit the pnblio taste, and this idea is a poeitive in- 
spiration. 
Buckley's Varieties. 

Bright first part, brilliant Interlude and scream- 
ing afterpiece, make an evening spent at this bonee 
pass pleasantly. Miss Lizzie H-.rmon.Leoo Sam- 
wells, Frank Mortimore and other favorites ap- 
pear. 
Bella Union. 

"Sally Ann," "Tbe Live India*," "Help." "The 
Slam*se Twins," and "Japanese Tommy." area 
few of the att raotions at tbia popular variety the- 
atre, which ie crowded nightly. 
Piatt's Ball. 

On Thursday evening, a benefit to MIeo Ina D. 
Ooolbrith will be given at this ball. The pro- 
gramme, w.iioti appears in another column, wll' 
comprise the aomedtetta of "Delicate Ground,'- 
by Henry Edward*, W, A. Mestayer and Mies Fanny 
Oatbcart; an original poem by J. F. Bowman, re- 
Oited by Henry Idward* : "Home, Sweet Home," 
■ nng by M adame Anna Bishop, George Darrell tn 
biB very popular character sketches; "La Oener 
en tola" by Hiss Anna Elzsr; a humorous reoita 
tion by Barton Hilt ; a song by Alfred Wilkie ; re- 
citation of "Annie and Willie's Prayer," by Miss 
Sophie Edwin, and tbe comedy of "The Mexican 
Tigress" by Hiss Fanny Oatbcart, George Darrell 
and W. Barry. If the public come forward as 
liberally ae the dramatic and musical professions 
have, the gifted poetess will be the recipient of 
an ovation whioh will do honor to San Francisco. 
Summer W, Bugbee who is manager will see that 
the fashionable world la well represented. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

A large number of beautiful birds have been ad- 
ded among them a aaored pigeon from the Solo- 
mon Island, also Vampire, and a St. Benard dog 
»rom the Hospice of St. Bernard in the Alps. On 
Saturday and Sunday tbe Box and Bag Mystery, 
the pantomime "Lee Modestes and "Groups Obi- 
QOiae. ' 

anatomical MosKVaf.— Ono of the most 

complete collections of the kind In the Onlted 
lutM, comprising hundreds of costly and bean- 
ill m wu models. Is daily on view (to gentlemen 
*nly> at the Maesnm on Montgomery itrest- Am 
boot may be nrontablv spent hare. 



The Young Alan from the EauU 

" I'm a stranger In taU ollj, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters ; 
Where can I get a feast ? 
I've been to all the restaurant!,! 
Bnt nowhere could I Sod, 
A plate ef Eastern oyetere, 
Of the old-fashioned kind. "J 

" Well, I can tell yon," Bald big friend , 
"Exactly where to go, 
And where to get yonr oysters, 
Direct from where they grow. 
Just take a stroll down PIKE 3TEEET, 
At 410. below the Market, 
You'll see a sign, 'THE SADDLE BOOK,' 
Ton can't fall to remark It, 

" Emerson Oorville keeps the place, 
The beet saloon In town, 
There yon can get yonr oygterg raw, 
Or fried so crisp aod brown. 
He's the largest oyster dealer 
On the Pacific Coast. 
And that he keeps the freshest 
Bas ever been bis boast. 

•• He's got nloe little private rooms, 
Where yon can sit at ease. 
And eat yonr California stew. 
Or Eastern If yon please. 
All the yoong men of fashion go 
night to the SADDLE ROCK, 
To eat their EASTERN OTSTEB8 
And drink their Rhenleh hock." 

JBCair Goods. 

The cheapest place in tbe city t d boy Human 
and Imlt.tion to air good*, Toys, Dolls, Ribbons 
etc., is the New York store 110 Second street. 
Agency for hair silk goods, mVe of pare silk 
Ho branch stores. Goods s:nt, O. D. The 
New York t tire has bsen established tor years, 
and Is the leading one In the city. 



BIDDEV GRIEF. 
"Darling," he E*ld, " I never meant 

To bur. you ;" and his eyes were wet. 
"I would not tmt yoo for the no. Id ; 

Am I to blame if I t 
■* Forgive) my seld^h tear- \" ahe cried, . 

" Eorgival I an. w (hat it was not 
Because you meat t to bnrt m . owei t - 

I ktew It was tut you forgot I" 
let all tne same ih »re rankled deep 

A thoagt t wbicb made ber Iovj rtcoil— 
" He mi«Lt n-ve be#g-d mo<* t oderly, 

Ani b-in more mindful of my boil." 



JO.O-W I Made SUO. 

By buying my bed-room Fit of furniture of 

J. A, Shaber k Co., 707 Marktt srect. two doors 

from Third, They sill Furniture 20 per cent, 

cheaper than a' other dealers, I tried tbem 

all. 12h 

> , ■■ ■ 

F wtaand Sweet. 

For the best confectionery, ge to Oanty and 
Waeuer'e, W7 Mwonromwr tit, new Buu** ; w 



Deaf and Damb. 

Jones went out to tbe Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum oo Thursday, to iDBpect Ihe ioBtitu- 
ion. Upon enieriug.lje encountered a man, 
evidently an ioma»e, aod be at once endeav- 
ored 1j explain to the man, by making *igne 
upon his floger*. that he wanttd to ioot 
b the il-c:. Tho man also made 
sigos whieh Joue* o^uli not c mprebeud. 
Tl tu Jones m»'!e other atd more elaborate 
moron*, wbiob tej tie man at work with 
Kre*ter violence, «)d tor t e next talf bouf 
tbey Btood id the hall, post ctlatiug aLd 
twiflting thetr fineers, iritbout cither being 
able t j comprehend what the otl.er meant. 
Finally, Jones became aDgry, and, in an out- 
burtt ef passion, exclaimed: 

"Oh, get out, you idiot! I'm tired of 
bothering witb you." 

Thereupon the maii siid: 

" Tbat'B juat what I was going to say about 
you." 

" Oh, jou can speak, can you? Then why 
in thunder didn't you Sbj so, and not l;e<p 
me standing here motioning to yoa? I 
thought you were deaf and dumb." 

"And I thought you were," said tbe man. 

" I came here 1 1 inspect tbe asylam/' Biid 
Jones, "and I tjok you for a pitient." 

"That's what I came here for, and I 
thought you were an attendant," said the 
man. 

Here Jones and the man sbook haods.and 
hunted op a genuine a't^ndant, and went 
away happy. After tjis, Jones will always 
use his tongue first, no matter where he is. 

A Moderate Demand. 

1 Mrs. Ecjit-Siddons was telegraphed to 
know ber terms to play Miranda in tbe 
Tempest" before tbe arrival of Mtes 
Fiddes. Her reply was— "£1,000 a week, 
third of the house clear once a week, $1,000 
t) break an engagement in St. Louis, and 
railroad expenses for three people from New 
Orleans." The manager replied: 

Madame— Tour terms are much to low. 
Ton shall have all that comes in the bouse 
Mr. Fisk will present you witb the Opera; 
Louse and 200 miles of the Eri railraway, be- 
sides what personal property he bas accu- 
mulated in a life of t jil and salt-denial; also 
all that he may make for the next five years> 
which , if we may judge by tbe paBt, will be 
no inoonsiderable amount. If the=e terms 
should not meet with your approbation it 
may be possible to make Gould give up what 
little be has, that tbe light of you refulgent 
genius may not be lost to tbe stage." 



StIU Worse. 

Somebody said: " The worst use yon can 
make of a man is to hang him.'' We don't 
think so. We know a man who is put at 
much worse use : He writes poetry, and 
plays tbe accordeon. 



War Declared. 

Some people talk of Cuba, 
And epeak of war with Soma, 

Hoping enr soldiers will go forth 
And take tbe bpanieb main, 

Bat wiser men per'fer to go 
Aod get an oyster stew 

At the Rookaway House on Market street, 
So el. gam aod neir. 

b r re men can talk their business 
While heaped in a pile 

Oysters and different kind of fish 
Are cooked in every style, 
A private door oo Eddy street, 

Admits the ladies f»Ir 
While tbe saloon for elegance 

Makes everybody stare. 
For business men, and other folks 

It never ca be beat. 
The food is good, tbe pricee low 

At 1004 Market street. 12-1 

Ed. Keehmke. Proprietor. 



J. vojrei ey £z Bros, new Candy 
Store*. 
At 26 Second street near tbe Grand Hotel, Is 
Without doubt the most elegant Candy ttore In 
he city, and the crowd of ladles who patronize 
It openly declare their admiration, of the costly 
and magnificent appointment* of toe Btore, and 
praise the quality ot the candles sold there. 
The supply of fancy boxes , cornucopias Christ- 
mas tree trimmings, and French confectionary 
for the holiday trade will be unrivalled 12o 

H. Peyser, 710 Stontcomerv Street, 

Wishes ti Inform his friends and customers 
that he has removed back again o his old 
stand, bas enlarged hlB store, and has on hand 
the cheapest aid finest stock of Men's, Touth'i 
and Boy's Clothing ever openeo In this city; and 
also, a fine stick of Men's and Boy's Furnishing 
Goods. Don't forget the number. Call before 
examining elsew here, llx 

For Photo-crayons, 

And reproduction in a superior style, go to 
Sdouard & Oobb, 606 Kearny st. near Call. 
foroia, Those desiring any of the above for 
Christmas presents, should make application 
before the rain sets in, and so avoid disap- 
pointment, satisfaction guaranteed in all 
cases Gi 



The Old Stand— 864 Snnaome Street. 

Opposite the American Exchange, where the 
public will find the finest brands of Wines end 
Oigara the market affords, also a first-class 
lunch served from 11 to 2. UUllken & Daly 
proprietors. llu, 

Mb. L. Jalu-wtxs, No, 210 Kearny street, 
New and Second Hand Clothing, of all deicrlp. 
tlona, bought and Bold. Store closed on Sat- 
urday until 6 P. M. rx 
McDowell, SUow Card Writer 

Beady made and m e ce to order. Boom 10 
808 Market street, oor. Post and Montgomery u 



FEATHERS Cleaned. Curled and Dyed, at 
"SrTfJWS: No, 25 Post etteet. Sz 



A Hlgh-Prlced Woman. 

Some people are not lacking in cheek. 
There is one of tbat sort in Indiana. A fe- 
male one. She asks 5100,000 for breach of 
piomise. Bbe thiiks ber society worth 
something in a.8tite where marriages gener- 
ally Us: about six months. She is probably 
a relative of tbe man to whom an acquain- 
tance remarked: "I'd 1 ke to buy you at my 
valuation of you, aod stll yon at your own. 
I'd get nob mighty noon." 

A Persistent Mnu. 

The Iudianapolis, I^d., Kews sayB, that a 
gentleman in Spencer county bus married 
aud unried "three sisters, and is now skir- 
mishing arooud to find another family to 

devastate. 

— ♦ — i ■ 

J_.li.. rutin's Great Discovery 

Propibly tiO onjeei h%* caned forth more 
preparation* toau that of res-toring and beau- 
ty Tying tuman bair, and among all, J.LP- 
.man'a wonder ul iNBWiex stands beyond 
question at the head for efficiency and perfect 
safety. This ieabso.ntjly free from Sagar of 
Lead or Lac Pniphnr, and never fails to p o- 
dace the effect d Bired; require* no otaer pre- 
paration; 1b eaBlly applied, aad Is, without 
dou'if, tbe simples', best and c ieup ;tt hair ri- 
-toratlve in nae. Sold by all dnuniite. Gene- 
ral Agents, Cbas. langley t Oj„ Wholesale 
Drnggi-t-*, San Franoi«co. lv 






DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DrVIDBNP NOTICE. 

Odd Fellown' savings Bank. 

'I HE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE ODD 
X t tllowV buvings Bank have ibis day declired 
a dividena at the rate of nioa aod one Tenth (9-10) 
D*rcent per annntn on FLctMAJfENT DEPOS- 
ITS, nnd at the rate ef seven «uo three-tenths 
(73-Hi) per cent, lerannom oo SHORT DEPOS- 
l rs f,, r tbe asmi-inonal term ending December 
31, )8*i parable on and atter tbe Wfo instant, 

JAMES HE NEON, Secremrr. 
Ssn Francisco, Janoary 9, i6Ta. j*l2-2g 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Savings and Loan Society. 

OlO (XIV STREET, 

AT A MEENIKG OF 1HR BOARD OF DI- 
reotors held Januarv 6, I87f, a dividend was 
declared, free of Federal tax, of nine (9) d> r ce: t. 
per annam on all d pogits, fir the eis mot tha end- 
me December 31, 1ST3, p&vable on and after the 
ISth instant. UYRUS W. CARMAN Y, 

ji9-2iv Oasbier. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Land Mortgage Union of 
California. 

AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF Di- 
rector- ,be d r bfa date, Jaoaars 7 th, a dividend 
of nine (9) per cent, was declared on tbe capital 
block, and inventing shares subscribed prior to the 
l=t daj of July, 1373, and ten (10) per oent. on fixed 
depoBits, and eight (S) per onot. oo ordinary de- 
posits, free of federjl tax. Stockholders and in- 
vesting members are requested to present their 
certificates at tbe office, 1S3 Pobi street, to bare 
their dividends enterpd tberton. 
ji'-3w JOHN T. DARTER, Seoretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE- 
SECURITY SAYINGS BANK, 

304 Sansome Sirt-.et, 



AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF 
Directors held December S«tb,I87 .adividend 
ta depositors t>as declared for the term ending 
December 31at, 1671, at tbe rate of nine and six- 
tanths (9 6-ld) perceot. per annum on term de- 
posit?, and eisht (8) per oent. per annam on ordi- 
nary deposits— pay-b'e on and after January 2, 
1874— free of Federal tax 
i&',-iw T. F. BACON, Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

£88 Ch lifer nl u St., cor. Webb. 



Ij^OR THE HALF YEaR, ENDING WITH 
31st December, 1873, a dividend has been de- 
clared, at the rate of Nine (9j per cent, per an ■um 
on Term Deposits, and Seven and one-half (7>£) 
per c-n t . per ananm on Ordinary Deposits, free of 
Federal Tax, payable oo after 12'h Jannary, 874. 
By Order. LoVELJU WH( I E, OaBhier. 

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DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Savings. & Loan Soc'y. 

THE BOARD OF DIRECTION OF THE 80- 
olety have declared the dividend for tbe sec- 
ond half year of 1873, ending tbiB date, at the rate 
of nine (9) per oent. per arm m on Term Deposits, 
and seven aod one-half (7%) per oent. per annum 
on Ordinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, payable 
od and after January 15, 1374. By order, 

GEO. LETTE, beoretary. 
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DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

California Savings &Loan Society* 

51* OA1JFORNIA STREET, 
Guarantee Capital, 9300,000. 

THE DIRECTORS OF TBE ABOYE KOOI- 
eiy nave declared a dividend of ten (10) per 
cent, per annam an term deposits, and eigot (8) 
percent peraonnm on ordinary deposits, for the 
term ending 31st December, 1873, fr«e from Fed- 
eral tax, aod payable od ana after 5th January 
1874. By order. D. B OHlSHOLM, Sec'y, 

d-Jfi i J3i 



PERSONAL. 



JUL1A-YOD CAN GET ALL SIZES FERRO- 
typea Pictures takea and finished in ten mm- 
ntea.rain or abioe. at WING A ALLEN'S, 5S3 
Kearny street. A specialty made in ink pictures. 
Yours, DAVISON. de22-lm 



LADIES, SAVE YOUR HAIR OOMBINGSt 
wax flowers. bair dowers and fancy work taught 
for *5 per month. Bwitoaes, ourl*, atraightening 
tangled bair, weaving, combiogs, st-^amlnfe curls 
* to., etc, all for $5: switches made from 6" cen's 
upwards ; aide-curls steamed for 15 cents ; al I kinds 
ef work done to order cheap families or olasBea 
taught in tbe city or aoross the bay OD reasonable 
terms. Parties wishes to take lessons or have work 
done should take advantage of the time I am here, 
as I leave for Europe io a short time. 01O 1-8 
Howard street, bet New Montgomery and Second. 
del5-lm 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Boohaeliera and Btatlon«ra. 

H- H. Moore, 609 Montgomery, near Merchant. 

Butchers. 
Katx, Fred. StaUa 94 to 100. Oalif ornla Marktt 

Ilentleti. 
H. E. Pope, 6 Montgomery Street, 

Employment Office. 
Chinese Employment Oo.— Pierce A Oo., 637 Sat 
ramentoe treat. 

Human Hair. 
Bampaon, A. B. A Co., 110 Second street. 

Whltenera and Paper Hansen. 
A. W. Wbeldeo, 122 Geary street. 

Wines and Ltqoon, ( Wholesale.) 
Pftwri F. * Oo.. 504 Front. 



Bush Street , between Montgomery and Kearny. 

OVERWHELMING SUCCESS! 

In this Beautiful Temple of Music, of the 

SUSAN GALTON & JENNIE LEE'S 

OPSB.A BOUFFE, 

Burlesque and Comedy Troupe. 

THIS EVENING JANUARY 14 

To commence vlth the laughable Farce entitled 



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BOB B JlTTLE».„. The ex-Ohlcken, a retired Pilzg-Fighter J. P. 8FRRETT 

gQUIRE GBEtNFIELD H D. THOMPSON 

J E .Waiter at the : 'Peroj" A^me .JULE ROBINbON 

Ml>. BENJAMIN BOBBIN An Agent MILLIE SIMMS 

MRS. PUNCHEON Lancladr. '•Percy" Arms MRS. JULIA MELVILLE 

DOR-iTHY Tbe Housemaid . MISS VAVASOUR 



To conclude with the new aid original Burlesque Ext avnga:za founded en LION B0UGI- 

OAULT'S great eeDPutton Drama of the 0ULLEEN BAWN, wnlten by 

H. J. Byron, and entitled MI8S 




Q'CQUQR 



MISS JEXAIE JLEE 

nth eoog of " Weurlnn el* Ihe 



MILES is A COPFALEKK 

A modal Stag' Irishman— io fact a perfect Pat-un . 

Oi.tu" and the bean t if al Irish ballad, '-Whin will you do. JLove - ' 

HAKDRFSS OREGAN Hard-up MISS FANNY YOUNG 

KYRLK DALrY Soft-down MIS8 L VaVAOUR 

DANNY MANN A Ft'rrr-unn WILLIE SIMMS 

MR. CORHlGaN A Fore-cloBsr, *nxiou^ for closer relationahiD HARRY THuMI-SON 

SERGEANT (Tl OoRALC'ULAL... A paeaive aDd unintelligent offloor J. KOiJINSON 

tlLY O'l OX.\Oit A Flower born to blush unseen and wa*te her Bweetuees on ihe 

deserting ht-ir , Juil.N HOWSOK 

MISs ANN UUUTE A victim of Mi -An-Tropby... MibS FAN^Y GIBSON 

URS. L' REG AN A Lady with a very strong will of her own bat a very unbatiefaotory one 

of uer late hosband MRS. JULIA MELVILLE 

Bridesmaids, Guests, TluukieF. Friends and Myrmidons of a Tyrannical Government, generally 
Urmfcd POLICE. iio., by numerous Auxiliaries. 

FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 16, 

GRE^JWVEI^^ 

The Piano TJaed in tnis Theatre is from Sherman & Hyde's* 
W OPERA GLASSES TO LET tt the Stand in the Lobby, 



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GLOVES— Oleanaed aod dyed by a new process, 

at SNOW'S. 25 Post street. 8z 



NEW STORE. 
25 PER CENT. 

Saved by Buy in fir Your 

CLOTHING, 

....AKD.... 

FURNISHING GOODS 



AYERS & KEITH, 

AT 

303 Kearny St., 

Corner T3u.sli. 

Next Door to r-anrel Fal-ce Saloon, 
A, Good Assortment of 

GENTS' and BOYS' CLOTHING 

Whiob wa will Bell LOW DOWN, at 
BED-ROOK PRICES. 



JS^.% 803 



learny St. 



AT BBS A- KEITH. 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




A SPECIALTY. 



ALFALFA! 

NEW CROP. 

FOR SALE, OHOIOE LOT OF FINE OALI- 
fornia-grovm Alfdlta,in lote to soit, (or cash, 
at market rates. Our eeed. nnl.ke that imported 
from Obile, is Qoe and free from Mustard or other 
foreign seed. Vegetable, Flower and Grass Seed, 
etc, , etc. 

fiO.OOO Tttumle FlanU. 

XOO,000 G-umTrees 

Fine PlantB, Trees, Jinjbs, and all ■ rticies in the 
line. f reBh and good. Splendid Stock. 

K E. MOOKE 

Seedsman and Florist, 495 Washington street, 
San Francisco, Oahf -rnia. o5-lm 

*»- Send for new Oatalonrne. 



WATCH MAKER. AND DEALER IN ,jjTO 
Wa»cbea. Olocks, Jewelry, Silver %?^\ 
und Plated Ware. Manufacturer of Fine (C-^*«jb 
Solid Jewelry. Also. Diamond Setter. ri &.itt t 
Third aad Market St*,, tio. G, ftneicui 
Hotel, San Frnnclwco. 
•®- "Watohea Repaired at the lowest rates, and 
warranted for one year. ja7-2m 



GOLD-ROOM VARIETIES. 

sixteenth St., Cheyenne. Wyoming, 

JAMES W ALLEN .Proprietor 

JOHN W. DUNNE Business Manager 

HAKRY 8PR1GGS Stage Manager 

HAS JTST BEEN BEFITTED 
and reopened for the Fall and Winter Sea- 
bod rfitti a orst-class Oomuaoy, embraoing Harry 
Spiigge, tbe great cbaraoter actor; Harry Lor- 
r. ine,ri'liy Forest, Mr. J. W. Donna, Miss Lucy 
Hail, Mies Minnie f'avis, Mias Nellie Seymour, 
Mirs Jennie Logan, Frank Holley. George Tooler 
acd Charles Mi:!tr, and a fall and emoient or- 
chestra. 

*9~ Lady talent oomiog East can always secure 
engagements by applying to J. W. ALLEN. Pro- 
prietor. GOOD SAL *R1ES PAID. se24-3m 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

vncaufiA ciTi, ivrtada, 

JOHN PIPER ". PEOPBIE?rOB 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

SAtBAMEATO, CAL. 
JOHN PIPER LEB8BB 

BOTH THESE ELEGANT THEATRES CAN 
be rented by the night or week. Stars and 
traveling companies liberally treated witb on ap- 
plication to a«±i« m-i.it, 

Manager and sole Proprietot _ 
O- *o ■*. H. HeCAHE, ^ 

]u26if 338 Bash street. San Franofeoc. 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTING, 

ELOODTION AND DEPORTMENT, 
LADIES PKEPARKD for the STAGE. 

PRIVATE THEATRICALS AND AMATEUR 
performances directed, by a Udy and gentle- 
man of more tban ordinary experience. For par- 
ticulars apply to MR J. H. MoOABB, 
Theatrical Agent, No. 832 Bnsb ctreet, 
delO-tf San r/J-anoisco. 



....AX..., 

McDAUIEL'S THEATRE 

CUETISSE. ITIOMIHre, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

■•-Talent going East will find it to their advan- 
tage before leaving California to correspond with 

J. HeDAATEL, 
my9 Look Box No. 1. Cheyenne, Wyoming. 



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MJ uid.ll kind, of S 



.B, OLAMS, 

—u.. uwaui uuJLL f IBH,1 

8ud.No.. 40, 41, i», OHilorni. 
M«k.t, .Dtruioe on OtliloraiM .treat. n — 

Pnblro or pri.»t. p^tit. uid t.mlliM t applied 
irom S A.M. to 12 F. M. L*dln' ud G«Dil.m.o', 
On**t Boon op«i from c ul to 13 p.w 4.37 If 







CLAY -STREET 

RIDING ACADEMY, 

830 Cloy Street, cor. 
Stockton. 

This is tbe most decant 
and oommodioos Riding 
Academy in tbe city ; open 
day aod evening. Partic- 
ular attention psid to » 
dt26-Im * 



teaching begfDners. dt26-Im 

A. MARSHALL A, RETT, Proprietors. 



THOS. W. BREE & CO., 

GOLD and SILTER PLATERS 

^9 MANUFACTUBE31B ^^ A 

^T drumCbaiijos, ^%ZjT 

^C^ — AND— 



DRUMS, BANJOS, 

— ANI>— 

FOUNDERS & FINISHERS 



BRASS 

jvjr-LeHOBB 

MISSION ST 

N. B.— Fiee-toned Silver Bolo Banjo» tor Pto- 
tfalonals always on hand. lalS if 



ven od the Banjo and Drum. *** 
~IET, between Firet and Second. 



CANDIES! CANDIES! 

ISO. . .A.. MBR.CHH 

Manufactures every desoriptioa ot 

CANDIES, Wholesale and He tail. 

516 K«arnj St., between Sacramento and Oali- 

forula, and 1»7 Second street, between 

Minna md Natoma. nol-lm 



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Miss Jennie Lee 



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M>M ANNIE CRAHAM, 
M Iss CARRIt WYATT. 
Mr. BARTON HILL. 
Mr. HARRY EDWARDS. 
Mr. E. J. BUCKLEY, 
•tgnor R. BACCEI. 
Mr. S. W. LEACH. 
Mo«i«r«. WELCH nnd RICE. 



REMM):LSBURG 



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SISTERS, 





'•« urn 

THE WONDERFUL GIRARDS, 

nusauoij, juuibn. EMiun, 

In Their Saltatorlel Gymnastic Folly called Leg-Mania. 

PROF. 0'R.EJARDOIV, 
Wonderful Tumblcronican Performer. 

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Shaughnessy Guards! 

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ONOR P. BACCEI 

IS 

Kit a. tic; SELECTIONS 

Mill. 'lit tb. Orend Dorleiqn. 

MLWORTH 

■ AMI. or LI1CUTCS, 

188 JENNIE LEE. 



tarles R Peters & Go. 



Un 

PIQUT BIVMB 

|lll(bMl*»t 6«B*< 

Umli]Wtpl«tt*i» 
ji-ua wia 

,l, H. MrilliF- 
I fuS timt, Sit hBB» 




BlRS. O H 

iiviivioh.ta.Zj0. 

Miss KI I IF WM.TCIH 

- O! lb- QiMr.. M|«* FVM V DRilI.1 

: -- 

BBBBsWef . an*- ■ .. Mfci.m, »UOD», MbBK- J. MA,M,gf,F 

Vyooposla ottfoenery uu<l iDcidcats. 

Arrl Seen* let. — Gothic H-.Lt, n* HrntBT's OaATLS. Boeaoe Id -Tb* La-Ii* B*rg. Boen* M.— >*v*rn on tb*B*nk*of 
tb* Rhlo-. 8»o» 4lh — Toe L.rottJ oo tb* Khirn. .nd NtiA('» Bath rtwllct of the l*«n» I Oroiin. introo i 

K'nimrltlir B Hnirr. «t1 i n p. ,!• H •,,'».' flriind Tnltlt-.in 

il fwotliu- 'HE SUBlUUn Oavkh*. Ben* Id -The Nti.tMCTM* Hull- of I.arlrl Prof. O'ltrwrdnn 
In hi* \\ .nut.-, fnl Tomhii.iinir.i.1 rrrfitrmunc— i.«ar» ..n*. It trrv i l«rk, W.ni.lrrftn ■■>••«■ t. t .- 

Trnprrr.. D<ri«oiii t.,.llr< I'..*, rt* It n f.i n.-i . RrmnrHhrrt »|.trri, P»b dt Clnchra, Marl* GaogSlD, 

-rt»(ii«H.I«L Pa-c of th» Naiad \jmpht, Ocnir.il I, h r.n. 

Act. IM Barmitt 11/ ll in l.'.i: l u.vr»oT , ASTi,r. S^d* M - \m -Ubim^t la the Outl*. &o*o* 3d "Tb* Or-*t«l Cham- 
ber t>*>r-«Uj h Kami. L.cn- •» nulu Ati by the 1'lrnrrii Hr*n» tto.— Ootilc Cherub*)-. Mcen* Mb — Uorcbao-en 
'.»■■!-, iiritid •!>»■• occopjiQjr tie aoM"*d*pia of tb* slsge.i Ornnd Mu-rh of Inn Amwonnmil Tithenn, 

A.TlV. s«n* 1st.— lou nor of tb* Owt'*, 8o«n P La«i — To* i'i i|*. Aporonco of tb* Amizoas upon tb* Uutte. Tb* 
S«i»d QiNt cod. i* 1 *' * »ml forciv**. The t* talle Rnlanh*il, Han* of i ■•«- \n1ad 4|nccit 



On MjMDiT, Jsiuntrj 19th, ftrtt Appc»r»n<j« of Ha. 



This cuKiBemtLt la for 12 Ni. ht», dnricg wltlob will be p r formed 

Daddy O'Dowd ; Kerry ; The Collen Bawn ; and Arrah-na-Pogue, 

Id which tht Actor-Dr«mtti*t will appear In the character* o 1/loallv created by blm. 

SPNDAY tVKNINO. Janaary UttJ, Uy*r» NI^Lt. "PAUsT !*> When the WOKDEHFTJL GIBARDS will appear, 
by the kind permission of Mr. Barton Hill. 



AfUr wkkt UkB Usdoall* Local Trfl« N 

S -A. !_. T_. ^S*^ A. 1ST INT. 

l****i* m ■. •« -. i fir*e) 

I(tt«ai> tunoa 

\ » It- Ml- .1 ► % \ I - 

■■j[ Mb»p »Mll>i * t**' »H. 

BBIjF. 

K J ll ^""-":^ , - - ! T -^_-V^:-r--:^L-_--^-j-5^ 

Inmlr t nR , M n|( 1r Ik . 1 1 • 

it.. I III.) ill* 4) »>« DA k l I B'KIK r .1 UK AT 

CosMlC »o*| BSMtBl K'hlnMI 

BrAlDfEiE^wij^ 

K*11r Br**....'... Fittbl* And tUrtoo 

Choir-* ■•le«tlBB)* r BM wy U»irr|« nB 

JAPANESE TOMMY. 

WiekTjOB . . ... ■■•■-•„ „, _.Anrt ._. _ _ L ^ _ B * H _ oa 

HallHd L ._ ._. „ .^. _. ^.^ ^ I, iar* llrnna 

To ooooladt with tbe Uattbahle ttktfb of tie 

T_.i-vjss iTsrr>iA.rsr. 

P«t*r Plpft . Man Abont Town Matt K»;ij 

Urltndo Kbortent... ToaiBit ttarton 

L'baiU* HaoiT Torero; Hro« 

Jo*b H**da Knd k ichia 

'-r* W. Barry 

V »i.ti J^beityj, - " • ■ - - -■!;>--;" • -li -^- ■ • • K.lllai lloWAid 

miBAT BTTM>\ia« J1N11BT IS 

RE-APPKABANOB OP 

J O H IVT NY T UE RJ^. 

Engaged and will abortlT arrlT.', tit- beautiful ipeciaity 
Artittc aod tieiicConiic Vocalist 

MISS J± LI O E fLOSA 

Alao, tue ecc»Lt-fc Comertlao aod Oomlo Slogct, 
MR. 33X3. MURXIA.Y. 



ANTBDt 



iL ESTATE *N0 COMMISSION 

ILL THEIR BBiHCU«8. AUOtlON, IM. 

40.')i California St., 

OppBSltB Bank of California. 

r*ae** a*r paraoa wbo bai bad baiinea 
Ib Sac Fraaettco aod 5*w York and ett*. 
for thtrtf-two raara. 

Iobbm U 1*1 or R nu :ooll*oted. 

)»ab fol Title* Wasted, 

U hold a l*rir* Ano'ioo Sale in Mayor Jane— 

b rear prop*rtf af Ur Fsbrtiary lit . Hold oa 

r RealKiUte nntil after Match lit: I will 

oa a Market for It, and a new atjl* of Re*] 



IL'S THEATRE 

nt, mom* 

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IOT ^OTCH 

SALOONS, 

Sutter Street, 

And 336 Bush Street, 

I MLT TWO BOOB* FKOM 
KBABNT ITBECr. 

lliDrlnlis 
lO Ots. 

ft COLS WHISKY PUNCH 

A SPECIALTY. 
;i«m Chowder Every Night 

. BRIGOS, I BBIQQB i TOPPINQ, 
illor of lb. Propn.tot. of 

tfMl BftloOD. Bn.n-3tf..t SlloOD. 

d.is-tr 






RIHO'S OYSTER GROTTO 



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nlng Pan Roast 

Bnd the Moat D*lloioaa Dlab in the 
Or*t«r lino. 

•xxt .a*. jpTplioca. S*oar 

A. W. jPSANNINO. Proprletar. 

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NTRAL 



JBCtoary Btreje*, be«t 

hi r-kmiu** in the City. PrWaL* En- 
r Ladt**- Hair Onttins, ShBTtoi and 
In* ohl'dren'a Hair n*at>r on*. Ltd lea' 

Prpprtitor. 



HOT DRINKS 

....FOB.... 

Winter Weather. 

SACK. P O S S E X. T, 

Mll.l.l'.K WlItfES, Etc. 

8PIER8 & POND, 

422 SACKAMENTO 8TKEET, 

(One Door b. low Sansome. ) 

T-. XT N OH. 

A NEW BILL OF FARE EVERY DAY. 

Tbe Proprietor* *f the BpferaatPond have pnr- 

obas«d from , 

A POP11AK WKITEtt 

Oa Oaatronomy, 

Three Ifntiiirnl and Twelve Bill* of Fare 

CaloulAtedio meet tb* wanteof 

ONE THOUSAND PERSONS, 

Who may therefore be certain of a different pro- 
gramme for 

F.VKBY SAT IN THJS TFAK. 

Soup, Fl«h, Entrees, Joints, etc., 

At e)*TBD o'clock praoliely. 



"THE VILLA," 

At m. Saw 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

The Bnlldjng ba*ins init been oompleted, li 
bow tArowo open to rbe pabito. Tbe house li ele- 
gantly fomiabed. and h*B 

Four Public Parlors, 

— Aia>— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

The whole belnff built, nat like a pablio hotel 
bat aa it la named. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"Tbe Villa" I* located at tbe last or north-weet- 
«rn gat* of the Park, 

Epionrean Breakfast*. Dinner* and Sapper* 
prepared on the abortest notice. 

GUDIO MANGENBERG & CO., 

PROPRIETORS. it 10 



1». J. GATELY, 

Formerly of tbe 

"SUNBURST SALOON," 

la to be found at 

BIB Sew Benaple B«mi, 101S Murket 

■tre«t; oppo*lle Fifth. 

■9* Hi* old friend* and tb« poblio generally will 
hod b*r* tb* ohoioeat hratd* of LIQUOKb and 



MILITARY GOODS 

....AKD. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRIC*.! 
. TRIMMINGS, 

BIS Vontconivi-T rtr.et, Tto«m Wo. 8. 
"UIU T. ROOOIRS JOHNSOa. i 



GHRI8TtV)_AB CHEER. 

THOMAS F. WALL, 

or 1BE.... 

Cosmopolitan Sample nooms 

>• SO Mil It II STREET, 
Hi. laid in 1 splendid etook of LIQUORB 

For the HOLIDAY"! » 

jAmletoo'a Marrowbr>ne-t.aoe 'Diatilleiy Dnblin 
WBIiky. ex ship tin <n bold t : Olenlivat SootoU 
Wbiekj ; Doubte-DiBttlle<l l.Uct Rvo. bieppo^t Die- 
tlllotr, PitUbum: Gninneaa' XXX DnblloStont; 
Baa*' Barton Pale Ale. All aamplea ft O cents. 
Hot Hcotch it: Irl>h "Whlakia, l-'ttil NoRgii 
dell 



AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND 

SAIiOOlV. 

NO. «C8 -SACBAMKNTO STREET, 

Known as the OHIOAGO BEER DEPOT. 

CEORCE B. AUSTIN, 

HAVING PUR0HA8BD TBE ABOVE, WILL 
be oleaeed to meet ell eld AUSTRALIANS 
and NEW ZKALANDER8, tbeir friends and cit- 
ia*n« general)-, who are aatnred ef a heartr wel- 
come and good ohi.er. HOT LUNOH eTtry d»y. 
FREE AND RA8Y evary Safcarday Evening at 8 
o'olook. I) irat-claes Pianist. ja2-'/m 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AMD 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

COD WASHINGTON ST a 

OoOb.l.wKa.roey. PK10K8 
RKDUOED. BalhB. '25 oeow. 
Sh.viog, 25 cents, Hair Oat- ^LMt flTMl 

tins. 25 o.nti, 8b.mpooiot, 25 THT^ 

oi. li. Mrtlitod B.tn.. JOHN QRBIF 
ae3-tf 

OO TO THE WINDSOR 

BOOT AND SHOE STOHE.g 

OOS.'i Murkft Street, 
Near Filth. 

The Largeet aaaortmeot fir Oenta, y 

Ladfes and Obildren. 
at the Loweet Pitoea. j*ft-Im M. F. WAL8H. 



L 



319 BUSH STREET, 

ALHAMBRA HOUSE. 

THIS BOUSE, BEING OENTRALLY -^ 
locat«d, near all tbe punuipal Hotel*. iflST 
Reatanraat aod plaeeB of Ar-nsemont, MOl 
Stranger* oan find god, comfortable, pleaa--™-^ 
ntand elegant room* at rwa^onable price*. 
OC24-tf 



CANDIES. 

A LL K1SD» OK THE ElNRiST OANDS 
rtLnil<l..lo»r8Uun Ouidr EMtMT 4*. M 
ordom, «peo>ft!I, from th. oo.ntlT. M. .OUOltM 

""> "" "* »"""" 1 ' 'IIntH »A«HSB. 

Btiall IOT Montgomery it. neer S«ttai 



BEEF AND PORKv 

BUTCHER, 

SUDa »4 to ISO Oa* Market. — 

,- *L*tut:tpopa:-.- -tui-Vi I'.ans.-.-'- .... 
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To the Unfortunate* 

DB. eillllON'S UISPENSAB'S. 

NO. SSS KEARNY STRHET, OOR- 

nar of Commercial, San Franoinoo 
l Dirance on Commercial street. Ketab- 
Ibbed in in"], fur the treatment una 
cure of all diaeaaeB of tbe urinary and 
generative cgans, and all pbyaioal oon- 
uiii.jii. ur weaknee* cooaeqneoi npoo tbe error, 
or tgnoranoe of tb« seiee. hklndiaoaae (of yeura' 
Staodiog) a' d ulcerated legs enyoeaafntly treated. 
The pick and Ibu ufllict* d anonld not fait to call 
anon bim. Tbe Uootor be* traveled eitenuWolj 
id Korope, and inspected thoroughly tbe yarione 
bonpitals there, obtaining a great deal of valuable 
information, which be la competent to impart to 
those in need of hi* services. Dr. Gibbon will 
make no obnrge nnleee be t*£«oiaa core. Addreu 
DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box \*<1, Sau Friooieoo. 
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POSTEiRS, 

Proirammee, and all kinds of Printing for 

SHOW, LRCrOBB, CONCERT, TUB 

ATBI and CIKCVS MANAGBBI, 

AT LOW RATES, BY 

IB. F. steiretrte 

S8S CIaAT HTKKET. mh) 



LEAKY ROOFS, 

Tin, Aspnaltam, or Boi- 

ton Masiic 
HBFA.IH.BP. 

Send orders to H. G. FISKB, 
809 Market Btreet. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUR, 

And) coiieae of Medicine* 

"I A iUUi BEAOTIFUL AND INSTRDCl- 
1U»UUU ive object* to be seen. Open to the 
PnbllO DAY AND NIOHT.itiyMKAHALI 
8 1 » Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLY- 

BtT DK. JOBDAN'6 PBIVAT3 OFFICE 1* at Sll 
Oesry street (opposite old Mechanics" Pavilion). 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Ettber California or Eastern Ofet*r*, 
Cooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'S, 

StallB 57,53 sod 59 Oalffornla Market. 

i'h'ntranoo on Pine Street,) 
B»- Families and Restaurants supplied at short 
notice. dtl7-lm 



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J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

Cor. Second and Teb.ma .treet.. 

aVT.rrap!o comlantly oo band. 
foraura In awr, al.ll. PRIVAT1 
nSUPPKR ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 

■ deo 31-tf 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS, OLAMS and all kinds 4 
of Shell Fish, Stall SB Ualiforniafl 
Market. Ban Francisco. 'pen Day 
and Night, rBmihes, Pablo and Pri- 

BHtMiuti aupplied. 



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Tahoe 
Billiard Hal/ 

CH \ 1. l. SIHXE. Proprlotor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Between California and Pin*. 
Tbts elegant resort, bae lately been enlarged, ar 
now oontatns 5 new Bevel tables. Tbe b«a> Liquott 
and Cigars at tbe Bar. Five large finely fornlebai. 
rooms, 'or olnbs and private parties on their own 
term H and roles. )*7-3m 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN! TIJRGING BREIKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA LlONS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Sappers. 

HUING YOUR WIFKI 

BBINQ YOUR FANCUYI 
BRING YOUR LiVUV FRIENDS 
And anjor a ylaw of tb. floaot OOBAN PANO- 
RAMA IN TUK WORLD, all in. i«ht of 
the world-iaoonnad 

Golden Gate. 

With a fleet of whl,e.winirad m.a.aD,era muring 
from every part o f the oommirelaj world. 

.•/■New Line Bne.ee, connection with Street 
Oara at Lone Mono trio every 15 minnUe hereafter 
for tbe Oliff House Irl-tf 



R. MEN D EZ, 

No. 19 .....Ceary Street 

H.EJI5 LION, 

FREK AND EAST every 

Satnrday evening at o'olook. 
B*st Wines and Liquors. Tb* 
"Old Sport" will always be OB 
banc to meet his friends. 

Ipil 




TUEATEI, MINSTRKE, AND MAJS- 

QDBBABB REQUIREMENTS 

-WHO LK9ALK. 

Tigbta, Pads, HarLquio, Clown and Anima 
Drt-sat.-. Masks, bn»t gins, and Gold and Sliver 
TrlmoiiDgl. NA1HAM JUBHPtl A CO., 

noB «*1 Olay Street. 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADIES' 
FASHIONABLE HAIR DRUSE! 

Has Kemovsd to 
84A WASHINGTON ST., 

Foot door* below Stockton *tr*n 
Hairwork of all Description* mad* to ordef 
©bargee moderate. jelllm 




MINNIE WILLIAMS, 

PROFESSIONALLY KNOWN AS "LITTLE 
MlNMll£."-lbi» ioveniU autre**, *"»■*»• 
London Star Com piny, lyt heard of in the East 
lodioa, lalmplorsd to write to her sooth*! 1 In Sao 
Francisco, California. Theatrical jonimalsar* re- 
qnsated to make a note ot thia. )Al2-tl 



. 



WELCHMEN AHOY. 

TRY .TONES' SDBSTrrtJTS FOR VITRIOL 
BUOUns, at— -Boa»»"" ortfcian 



TFTE JQBRNAL '-"- 4MQ3KMBNTS. 

PnbUaiiad »™fT Car in taa ?•" *W 
j\ ;p BOQ-.A.IlI>T7e 

— — AT — 
< ■f*re«mma *nd S«* W»ihla|toi "t. 



WEDNESDAY JANUABT 14, 1874 



Jut So. 
"Tom A. Hawk" in the Golden Era Biya: 
Bouoloaolt bw arrived in town— Bouci- 
cault the great; tbe man who supplies t-e 
EaglUb aad Amoricau stage with pMs. 
B-jucic*alt is a great man, and geocra'ly Ms 
plays stick: but mease anvMiiug siioold hap- 
pen to fail him, Johns, of tbe ficnao, will 
be ready win a pl.y ol bis owe. So tbe 
pnblic ueed not feardiutppoiDtment. JohDS 
oiD write a rhvr at an hour's at tiee. 

Yes, and if Deoessary, we shall do so. At 
present we have do re*dv-ma1o goods of tbat 
d.-senption on band— no misfits— so if Mr. 
Boacic*nlt sboald really require a play be 
would have to etsp round t> tbe Fiqabo 
office and be measured for one. However, 
we don't tbink Mr. Boucloault will require 
our assistance. There is some difference be- 
tween Dion Boaoicault and Charles Gayler— 
about as mooh as there is between a night- 
ingale and a mud ben. 

The Giddy Wilis. 

Tbe Alts says: 

Toe young California cox poser, James A. 
Kerr, has om pitted a beautiful new waltz, 
emitted "Father's at dea," which is destined 
to be very popular. 

"Father's Half Bea's Orer" we could un- 
derstand as a title for a w.-ltz as tbat could 
be simply a euphemism for "The Old Man'* 
Drunk Again." A waltz is an inebriated 
sort of dance. We cannot understand why 
a waits should have such a title as "Father's 
At Sea" unless the explanation is the one we 
have given above. 



Be Did Not Linger. 

" Linger not, darling," she eaid to him ae 
he stood on tbe stoop pressing her band be- 
fore he bade her farewell for the evening. 
He did not linger. He saw the old man 
coming up the street at a rapid gait. He 
lingered only loog enough to pull his bat 
down over bis eyes, spit on bis bands, and 
then jump to tbe sidewalk. The old man 
does wear such heavy boots. 



Go ffuore tbe ** Woodbine" 
Twlneth 

And purtaKe of the luxuries! ti be found 
there. Tbe beit of seisonable hot punche? 
Of &1I klrjds, "wooderfni" lunctea every day 
andnlgbt Private parlors, gentleman; - (rent 
mens by tie proprietor of the "Woodbine." 
Geo. Collin, No. 1 i!o:ton ttrett, one doer 
from the great tb.jrougb.faie— Kearny street. 
Call I Uibh 



.Happy >"©« Year. 

For Ben Bona atd Mcttos for your New 
Tear's t .ble. go to "The Leading 0*ndy 
Store," George Hat* & Go's. 20 E?&-ny street, 
near Market. Their display of holiday fancy 
geoas will tot illy eclipse any former exot it ion 
of tbU very popular firm. They have also im- 
ported tbe most elegant assortment of French 
Oandy Boxes and Cornucopia* ever seen in tbls 
olty. _ 11-s 

jLma. I_i Waugaman's JXc%v Sa- 
loon, 

Corner of fi&Ue -k and LMdesdorff street?. 
Large atd ojatmodun? saloon ceL tally loca- 
ttd, wltb an:e-rooms, supplied witn the best 
brand; or Liquors and CUars; booxteons hot 
lunch — his preit speolalty— *erY9<* ■ ;-om 11 a. 
u. to 2 p. m , ana a cold lunch afterwards. Drop 
lu and "be satisfied." 12bh 



Do Hot Sua ox- trom corns. 

The unfortunate entferer? from Ceres, Bnn. 
tons, Olub and Ingrowing Nails, can find Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, 310 Kearny -tr&et, from 1 to <> p.m. We 
»«*aA from exp-ffience. bATtng t* r ted the Doo- 
ter's capability. Beferenoea divan ({required, a 



Has devoted ale study more partioiOarry to 

Chronic and specific practice, and a» such 1b 
now the most suooeesful of any Physician is 
Ban Francisco. Office 019 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leldegdorfl. a tew doors oelow What 
Cheer Bona* t 

Bun RX e ore. 

Formerly of Bmsa House Carriages, oan be 
found In trout of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
tablishment, southwest corner Bush and Mont- 
gomery sta., or Dexter Btables. Oarriace orden 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
•r night, at reduced ratee. m 

A. Pleasant location. 

Peraons desiring comfortable lodging! ha a 
Central location, shovlo visit the Alhamsra, 
and inspect the fine smites of rooms to let there 
Tbe bnildin* hi a verv One one and is well 
Ughfd and v entilated. . 

The Mavtlnee Fruit Stoi« 

Keeps the choic st varfitles of domestlo 
and import -d fruit*, jellies, confectionary etc, 
and sails at the lowest Htflh Pure, healthy 
Apple Older, i eah from the press every day, 
No. 409 Bush str eet, one floor ab ove Kearny. It 
THe Delicacy of all (Seasons, 
la B. F, BcyxxB's Olub Sausage; its fame has 
■praad far and wide throughout tbe land. The 
only place to obtain this celebrated Sausage It 
at stalls 74 and 75 Califo rnia Market llz 

Dental Work. 

Fob rorarf quilta or wo**, go to T. 0. Je*. 
eup, dentist, cor. Suttar ind Montgomery, orer 
Tucker's. s_ D 

Watches, Jewelry Etcj 
Di •Tory description, at tbe very lowest prices 
H. 4. Oallender*! N. W. corner of Second and 
Mission Btreeta. Watches carefoUj repaired. 3p 

Bf cue J3e -Hert, the artist. 

(Late of jny's in New Tore,) now with 
Bradley & Balofson, la Issuing his Elite For. 
trait*. ^ L 

Remember tbe place fo buy first-class butter, 
J aga and eheese, u Ko. T2 and TS Oallfornla 
Market I2v 



The Secret of 4othern*s Saccos*. 

Tbe veteran act)r 0. W. Couldock t:l s 
the fallowing story of the beginning of Both- 
ern b succeesfnl career: 

"Io 1859, juat after the terrible p»nic, I 
was playing in New Tork City with Laura 
Keene. Bothern was with us. Oue diy Mias 
Keene handed me the new pl»y, "The Ameri- 
can Cousin. " X »as assigned tie part of 
Abel Mure it. It was t iea a prominent 
part— had not teen cnt down to wr at it now 
Is. I took the play and read it. Icoosdrr- 
fcd it a y»Dke« farce, and s*id I wouldu't 
play in it. Soinern ctme storming into my 
room and t-aid be wmlln't play Dandrea- 
ry. We declared we'd throw up our en- 
ka<emett<. Then Miss Keene came shoot 
to rjfftfj u?, and begged i»s not io leave her. 
She said we could change the parts t > suit 
ourselves. Bbe would not hear of our 
throwing up engagements. Tbe play was 
to run only a week, and ehe thought it wou d 
make a hit. Finally we yielled. Well, 
when Sot jern came upon the sta ^e is Dun- 
dreary for the first time, he happenei to 
sneeze, and the audience laughed. Bo he 
introduced sneezing into his part. A nightor 
or two afterwards be happen<d to trip over 
a pieoe of carpeting as he was coming upon 
tbe stage, and tie audience laughed. 80 he 
iutroiuced the skip that causes eo much 
merriment. Aijaiu he forgot bis part one 
evening and stammered. Ths people roared 
with langbter. After that Duodreary was a 
stutterer. He stumbled into tbe very ec- 
centricities tbat have made his fortune. I'm 
glad he's doing ro well. Ton know ifs a 
markofgeniuB to avail one's self of an op- 
portunity when that opportunity present* 
itself. That's the seoret of friend Sothern's 

SQCC6BS." - 



The World Is Hound. 

Tbe Marysville Appeal is responsible for 
the following: 

On Neff Tear's Eve a happy joke was per- 
petrated by some stranger who bad been 
"taking too much of the crittsr," and who 
was with much effort barely enabled ti keep 
h's f:et. The stringer approaching a well- 
known citizen, said: "See here, [hio] stran- 
. I'm satisfied [hie] of one. scientific 
[bic] fact." "What discovery have you 
made?" inquired the citizan addressed. 
"Why look, look a-here, [hie] it is claimed 
[hlcl this earth [hio] is round; and from 
1 1& effort I find to walk upon it, I am tally 
convinced [hie] of the geolog-hio-oal fact," 
And tbe fellow, as if conscious of discover- 
ing a fict only second to Newtm's law o f 
attraction, walked off like an acrobat in bis 
first eft' jrt to balance himself on a wooden 
globe. 



No Escape for Jones. 

We have no ct^ier authority for it than 
Jones bimseir, aod therefore cannot vouch 
fjr its tiUt fulness. Jones told us that be 
was persecuted nearly to death, some time 
ago by a aewing machine agent, who wanled 
him to make a purchase. Unable at last to 
endnre the persistence of tbe man, Jones 
says he bought a diving-bell and went out 
400 miles from land and descended two 
miles into the ocean to spend a few days in 
peace. He bad hardly touched tbe bottom 
when be saw a sewing-machine man coming 
down in the diver's armor, carrying with 
him a shuttle-feed end siity stroog testi- 
monials to the. merits of his button-hole at- 
tachment. 

Jones informs ns that he suddenly rose to 
the surf ece and prejared to sail home; but 
ju-t as 'he ship's anchor was being hauled 
over tbe side, it fell and npset the cook's ea- 
boose.sca taring the live co.'ls in tbe powder 
magsztue. This caused a tarribld explosion, 
and Mr. Jones wes blown four milss upward 
in the air. (This is Jones' statament, re- 
member.) Just as he began ti oome down 
he met the eewing-maohino solicitor coming 
up in a balloon with a bucketful of samples 
of tbe leck-stich, and a model of bis patent 
bemmer. When Jones fell he was picked np 
and be Bailed straight for home. 

As tbe vessel drew near tbe deck, Jones 
perceiving the agent standing on the wharf 
waiting for bim with a noiselesB bulton-hole 
attachment. (We thought all button-boles 
necessarily noiseless; but Jones is reapon- 
sifels.) Thereupon Jones bid himself in 
tbe cabin, and instructed the oaptain to swj 
to tbe agent that he, Jonea, had died of yel- 
low fever en tbe voyage. 

When 'the sewing maehiue man heard this 
he reized a copy of a certificate from a clergy- 
man's wife and then blew out his brains 
with a pistol, evidently det a mined t5 follow 
Jones in the nest world and sell him a ma- 
chine at all bazirds. We give t his for what 
t is worth. We only_know that Jones was 
educat.d by his parents to believe that it 
was wicked t) tell a lie. 



Special Co Ladles. 

For dressmaking In all Its brancbeB and the 
latest styles, call on Mrs. J. J. Walker, at 310 

Post fctreet. Term- reasoD&ble. 3 CU 



Our buttdr and cheese we bought at Oh&p- 
niaii'e, 72 sui 73 O&lifornia M rt-t, end pro- 
nounce it superior to any t- tu- m re'. 12v 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Oysters, 
in strolling round the other night, 
To look at 'Frifico by gat light, 
unr careless Ibu:, by ouanoe did scray 
To wnere a foantaiu's ceaseless pl^y 
Of Bparkllng waters, made a screen 
Through which a sweet bouquet was seeni 
While inoasy stone* and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters soltly (ell, 
Made that winnow seem to be 
aome (airy grotto of tbe sea, 
£top," aaid my friend, "let's go In hero 
It Iooks so Diet*— and try their cheer." 
"All right," I said, "I must agree 
Tbat this place suits roe to a 'T.'" 
rio sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Hade bis appearance, aefeed our wish- 
Said they had almost any dish 
That we might netme. We found it true, 
Ann cooked naymjietntty, too; 
all kinds of oysters, juicy, fat. 
Cooked every style; Just think of that; 
and If yoor mouth dont water, then 
you're different from other men. 

he 'd -.l-.T. sand crabb &ad terrapins; 
i_i fact, v : (oan-1 they had within 
Fbal josv plaoeaH kindsof game, 
eish, iit-Hu or fowl which we oouid name, 
While overy dish was, 1 1a sure, ■ 
Prepared to tempt an epicure, 
rhe tattles, too, have foHQd, 'twould seem, 
That they har* hern the best !oe cream; 
.jo here they nock, the little sinners. 
To get what they call "sacb nice dinners," 
Whoever doubts thiB let him rush 
To ttree htuuired thirty-seven Bash, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again, 
Pacific Oyster House, S3? Bush street, above 

KoDUromery; open Day and NiRhU 

0BABL&& PA A KB. Proprietor, 



TUMBLERONICON ! • 

pitOF. M. O'RE.VRD JX. NOW PEB- 

farming at tbs Oili'oroia Theatre od his 

Qtlfal inotrumonl. the TUMBLBRONIOON, is 

nred to fomieh parties with a comolota set of 

slavbje aod R\we iostiuotlonB thereon. Adiireas 

or osK at Oallfornia Theatre or Oosmopolitan 

Hotel. jiM-lw 



ART ASSOCIATION. 

OPESISO OP 

WINTER EXHIBITION. 

THE GALLERY OF THE SAH FBANOI800 
Art A8900iat!oo,ai3 PINE STKEE '". 'a now 
op«d to tbe pcblta d.ily. from 10 a u. to 5 p. at., 
aod from " to 10 p. u. 

A ipleodid ooll«olieo of 

CASTS FROM THE ANTIQUE 

It on exhibition for tb« fir»t time, erobrsoioK many 
rf tbn moat f*moos Greek Mirnea and Parthenon 
Fritze Relievos. Ai = o mors than 

Ob« HaodreU <»rlglotil Oil Painting*. 

Iaclad icr tbe celebrated picture by Jacobs, of 

'"»AMSO\ AND DELILAH," 

fcets,*dml'tcg g^D-lemen an 
Sirale admi^Bioa. -V) cents. 



That Gorgeous Furniture 



....FOB THE.... 



HOLIDAYS 

HAS ARRIVED. 

C03ME and SUE IT. 
CALIFORNIA. 

Furniture Manf g Go. 



220 to 226 BUSH ST. 

delfi-lm 



ittention, Good Livers! 

Via. f. BBROEB. FORMERLY 

_'I proprietor of the Miners' Re&- 

Gaarant. b&> t&ksn ta» maouroment 

jf both the Minora' Resiaarsot on 

Ooromeroi&l street and the Miners' 

Branch on Harliet atieet, Oar Bills')/ Etrt 

imt"ib all tbe delicaoies of the season. Odi 

■notto is "Good Fare. Good Oooking and ModaraU 

Jharaai." 

P. HK.RGSM .ifc VO. 

WINERS' RESTAURANT, 

S31 and ftStt OommeroiaL. v* 
T«t» Market atrMt. 
Open rom 5 a.sl to 10 P.M. eeSS-t! 



% 




faioK 



fRSTPREMIUM AWARDED 

Dr. HENLEY'S 



The Art of Dancing and X>c- 
portmeni. 
Tiobo who appreciate onltare will be glad to 
learn toat Proleeaor O. H. Lester bae opened 
an Academy for the purpose ef teaching, not 
only dancing, but those graces of deportment 
without which no one can ehlne in society. Prof. 
Lester 1b a thorough master of bfa art, one of 
the best on this aide of the Rocky Mountains. 
Classes are held at Grand Central Hall en the 
corner of Sixth and Ha&ktt ttreete on Mondays 
and Thursdays. 

Ladies In the above handsome carriages nay 
be Been any time during the day In front of 316 
Kearny street, near trash., street, waiting (for a 
few moments) for a dozen or two of those cel- 
ebrated Written Visiting Card*, so elegantly 
sxeoQted by John P. Dwyer. card writer for the 
3rand Hotel. N. B.— Oarda written, engravdd 
n printed In the latest and moat fashionable 
tyle, handkerchiefs marked, tt^noll plaloa 
iwtiy cnt, and monograms engraTed and 
Ktoted. ___*_^__ **"* 

Important to Smokera. 

Few men in San Fnnclvco are aware that 
he enterprising firm of Kahn At Hau are em- 
ploying white females labor In the mannfao- 
tnre of their Cigars. The very beet material is 
us-id In this establishment. Gall and convince 
yourself at 7TS Market street, between Third ft 
Fourth street. Finest brands Havana Cigars 
constantly ou hand. n-i 



Holiday Hats, 

Certainly a new hat la about as pleasant a 
holiday gift as oan be Imagined. There 1b an 
Immense stock of Hata to select from at "The* 
Hat Store, 6*7 Washington street (second hat 
store below Kearny) . The newest styles % rea- 
sonable prices. 12- j 

A. Really Choice cigar 

Oan only be obtained at the Orient tl Cigar 
Store, 229 Bush St. oppotit j Mercantile Library, 
where the very finett Harass, cigars and Tobac- 
co are always on hand. 12-d 



PLATT^ HALL. 

Complimentary Testimonial 

INA D. COOLBRITH 

...,0>' ... 

Thursday Evening, Jan. loth, 

When will be predated tbe following 

attractive 

PROSHaMME: 

The certain will rise at S precisely, on Charles 

Dance's elegant Oomedititta entitled 

Delicate Ground 



..MR. HF.\RV EDWARDS 
....MR. W. A. MESlAVPli 
wife.^Ml^SF. OATHOARf 



Oiizeo Sangfroid.. 

Aipnonf E 

Pauline (tbe oitizen 1 

After which 

An Original Poem by J. F. BOWHAf, 

Entiiled "THE hING-KS," will be reoited 

by MR. HEISRY VDvVARDS, 

The di«-.ioKaiabed Cant -.trice. 

3!ADJl)I£ AX VA BISHOP, 
Will sing "HOMtt, SWEET bOME." 
The popular actor, 

SIR. GEO, D1BBELL, 
Will appear in his Character Sk«tohea«en(itied 

The MTsterles of the Stage. 
Introducing the Serio-Cotnlo Vocalist, the Lion 
Comiqat* and the Ro.-al Reenter, with the Sonsa 
*'Gooo Kvening v " "T^Tiple Bir," and Tennyson's 
•Charge of the Light Brigade." 
The favorite artiste, 

M'LLE ANNA HLZER, 
Will sine Ror<ioi'* nopnlar a lr, "LA UENEREN 
TOLA/'aoeompsoled on the Piano bt 

HERR MULDER FABBRI. 
followed by 

MR. BARTON HILL'S 
Recitation of OMverlej'a hnmoiona peom "MY 
■OHOnLFELLOW TOHMF; OR. GEMINI 

The popular Tenor. 

MR. ALF. WILEtE. 

Will siDg "EILY ABTHORE." 
T he California favorite, 

MRS, SOPHIE EDWIN, 
Will reeite "ANNIE A-ND WILLIE'S PRATER,'' 

MR, OTTO LINDEN will preside at tbe Plane. 
. The eatertsinment will oonelade with the amns- 
ingOonedr in one act entitled 

The Mexican Tigress! 

Obaraotera bp 

MI8B FANIfT OATaOART, MR. GEORGE 

DARRRLL and MR. W. BARBY7 

The whole of the artists generously volunteered 
their services, and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell have in 
kindest manner deferred their departnrs for the 
East, in order to sive their assistance. 

Box Plan now on view at Gray's Mnsio Store, 
where seats may be »eonred vritboat extra oharua. 

The Piaoo a-«d on tnis oooasion has bsen kindly 
loaned by M. Oray.Eiq 

_ . SIjMNBRW. BUG BEE. 

Je-lS - Basicess Manager. 





At the State Fair, Sept. 1873 

IHE OILT KEUillLE TUMI! 

AND REOUPERiTaR. DON'T BE MISLEAD BY 

LONG AKO PDV-POJS ADVERTISEMENTS, 

BU f USE THE LONG-TRIED AND ONLY 

Sure Invig-orator 

KNOWN, THE UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS 

AN IMMENSE SALE OF WHICH, FOR 

THE LjSi FIVE YEAAS. PROVES 

IT TO BE TH: 

KING OF ALL TONICS. 

Read Ph stoians* cert'flcate attached to caob 
bottle. Ex mine eworo statements of cares effeot- 
ed, on hi" at the office. 

For sale by alt Druggists and Liquor Dealers 
II. EPSlF-ISi A: CO., So-e Proprietors, 
518 Front Street. oo!7 



S. F. and N. P. B. R. Co. 



GRAND CONCERT 

OOS1PLIMENTABY TO 

Mr. FRANK GILDER 
(Tbi BrUllut Aneriou PUoUt,) 

Next Friday Evening, Jan. 16, 

AuistBd b. Eminent Voo&l T&l.nt. and 
PROFESSOR O'RIA&DON. 

Tlck5ti. y * ac Dollar 

BHKBUAK t HTDE'3 Kniin Stori. j»K 



CHANCE 



OF TriME 



er ANTELOPK. oonnectiog st Don&noe Land 
ing with the Sao Francisco A North Pacific Hail- 
road Company for Oloverdale and all intermediat 
station b, will leave San Francisco daily (B ond aj- 
eiODted), from Front street Wharf, at 2:30 p.ic. Ee- 
turning, the train will leave Oloverdale daily at 
fi:(.w o'clock i.M. , corjnectiog at Donange with tbe 
steuner aod amving in 5aa FianoTeco at 11;00 A.H. 
Tne steamers and care make olose oonneotioni 
with stages to and from all points. 

No more SUNDAY EXOUB-SIONS until far- 
ther notice. 

•gs- For all information apply at the Company's 
otflce. 4JM Mentgoaaery street, 

aplS PETFE DuNAHUE. President. 



NEW GOODS 




Business Conducted on Fair 
and Honest Principles. 



ALL 



GOODS WARRANTED 
REPRESENTED. 



AS 



New Goods Arriving Daily. 



THE LARGEST ST0DK AND LOWEST PRICES 
DF AMY HOUSE IN THE CITY. 



CLOTHING, 
COARSE and FINE ! 




The Fortunate Man Who Buys his Clothing j i 
at the IXX AUCTION BT0KE. 

Ol 




THE UNFORTUNATE MAN WHO 
DOES NOT. 



UNDERCLOTHING, ALL GRADES. 



White Shirts for the Million. 







SATsTGrEJa HAIiLE, 

14 Georr Street, netir Kearny. 




DEPOT OF 'W'KyA-ND A KASOHE*S 

BAY BREWERY BEER. 

S Cent. » ei»... 
colS-U OHKIS FKLDMiHB. 



FAKOT 8OOI1S, WATCHI8, 

JEWELKI, NOTIONS, PIPES, 

PERFUMES, SIATIOKEET, . 

E9TGJL1SII CtTLEKT, MEJKt, 

BAGS, VillSES, TOBACCO, etc. 

& FDLL LINE OF 

Rubber Clothing 



11 ft' 



IEI 



AND SEE FOB 
•JJHAT 



Y(iri(8£LF 



/W/E^BlOW 0UB-; 

own Horn 
Because 

We Have 
Got A Stoc£ 
That will 
Admit IT, 



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IXL Auction Store, 

618 Kearny St., 

Corner of Cowmerolai. 



u 

tltj 
lift 

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wtsi iwr 

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Soft 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



P *ICP. 



ABHIII 



H« LI] .„;. 

inwiini- 



Wflnio. 

»E and FINE 



OOMfLmOTAHY BHKUT nu «!?■,"•. 



Miss mi it^MAB aUEEN! 

S¥SS"»»a" BFWIIHiar ■** tn MMnat ORtl n t T n,». iimI I) Imi kita) u< T. u<nn 




Mies AMMtt CftAHAM, 
Miae CAWftlt? WY ATT. 
Mr. BARTON HILL. 
Mr. HARIIY IOWARDI, 
Mr. C. J. BUCKLEY. 
• l«nor P. BACCCI. 
Mr. •- W,, I fimtw 



n>o u<^ ro. 



J_« -ftm. w arm -em. *•» n 
Mauri.WE^LCHnndRICr ■« tb-lr Mttir 

TW MwfwBAMMM »men»n«sn>*. w-<ft t)»e 'ftr** «f , 'Ml JLJOH LOI IUt>l> 

JE=». JL3. 



1E=." • ... ■- - 

• X A. I* (OMI'ANV 
CHEAT CATALOCUC Or FUN. 

T1W IV l* ^'. JANUARY Ik 

t>. f«rfr» ,».»*• »iti !■ ■ ■<m witr, a» 

> m ..i.vv,»4T >l ■ *■«■■ AMU F EMALE MINSTRELS. 

RSMMELSBDRO SISTERS. 
M'T_ J T_.ia 1VIA.FI.IB1 OAUGAIN 

t»J -»»T' >!>• t-»flK 

THE WONDERFUL GIRARDS, S.V.'"" " - : 2£eK: 

' l»w... Ml--- i M . MH..I4 

nu««Mt.Li. JTXiiaN. JDivixx-.n. i CHTame ctoii rniom tit i««t 

In Their Saltatorial Cvmnastic Folly called Leg-Mania. "" , fn) , R Anu r £,"£ ^ *- L 

jr.. I^jFIOjF*. 0'jR.E1A.]F».3I>OI>J, oa.«bim « nc t rrxxTaa 

Wonderful Tumbler on ican Performer. 

~ ptasArtrfaTft'wftT, and HAnRT oijAlUK 
tii.nr I >...«•> 1 «- ThipeM Act. 



Altar MM tfc. IINUkl. Ual Tin. .."tut 

SALLY -A. JV IV. 



BLOB and RICE 

la u. r loaUiUi 

'Shaughnessy Guards! 

ondon Assurance 

w7|i» ft iMfw-rf ! -•». 



IGNOR P. BACCE1 

m 

PBRATIO »ELECT101«i 

Tk« vbol ■ to aaaalai* wlab lb, ur»Ld BorlotqBt . 

ILWOETH 

uil or iiitrim. 

188 JENNIE LEE. 



Rep.ni U«H»i«"l 



xrvxj 

THK NAIAD QrKKJt . .T»* !«•»»■ of LlTI-lB ri 
- >'.iA»l»mii.<»f it* <> 

I^M^A Ise—e. 'ii mn i »f Heanepr* ....... 

hrwfl»BaM*M)i IB* K- 
MewaVar . A»W<Mti. Saris •••eiUsaeD, - 
S'ASUV ,M 



ii b u r . 

..Ntshe.son....... .' And 




ami* B*» v VAMlf K--1I* 

iiMHI.C'iltW nn« PA M K M'XiKrA Hllf 
..Mir »•>•*• --.I. B.Mmm 



• Pi. Ml "8 It* J. SlA*i.EY, K 



HvnopoMlH o. Moenery uu<l I m-l < l«-n t «. 



ACT I *B»»«lit.-<loTni- H «i.i. ii Rrr'«l« 'A-n-r. Hc*r,«. .• -The ,o-lie Bert. Soeoe M - 'evero on !t«Bi"kiol .^(hrtM 
th. Him- H*eee it* — roe Orott* oft lb* Rbtee ml Nalai'e R.tft flallrt •( ih*> Co. il Omitn, Introfladrg t-e " 

BrMMrllW I'Ulrrt * - 1 n p, 1- Mil M Unlil Tahleaa. 

II 'ciMilt.-lm BlTBliAftlPf! CAYSBJI A *ne id — Tfcft Ml alar II It It nil* of l.nrlfl ' Prof. 0'K«ard»n 
In ft la W*n««' fail Taahlf aaicao pFrfarftaar* l.uir* nail ff .rrv • lark, W-.rni.-t faji Itr.m.i.- 

Triir;-. l>.-r *«•-. »• -allr! Pae *te Hnnajnrf. RfataiHiKfrf «liltri. Pli Br I larkr>, Hart* G* affair, 
'••■c of in- Maied 'laphi. Oeaeriel I'na raa. 

L-U, IR LOaKO*rsK« Cabtxi: Boca* M -am-Oh ..or^r id tb*- beetle, boaee M Tb» Unaul Obam- 
KD'Q* 1,-i-a.ni., A.t by tftr **lr»r«ta he* no 4to.— ©olhic Uhar«b". Mean* Mb — Darobao.tD f. .- Piw* Mao Aboai Toarn 
■•>• ant ra daptb if toa at«rft-r Oraind M*«eb «f tftft AaiEoaiaad Tih»an wtiaiiJo Rhortont 

"«" l»l -Ini-nortf lb* UMt'a. Hoaaia L*n — Ta- Ua<i a. Appfoacb ol tha Amizaoi apoo Ida Oaatla. 7 ha ~ 
WaJid W««MJ «oanj»»r«arj1 forfl»«B. Xhe Caalli* txlaatbrd, llaat «f »« KaUitQnrrn 



SIAMESE TWIHS. 

Br.- rtllftkl* AH rUrfcva 

I'fltan* Tmmmf tlatrrriara 

JAPANESE TOMMY. 

..'...., Aad ., Rir'tD 



LAST NAIAO QUEEN MaTINEE, 8ATUROAY, JAN. 17. 

SFNDAT IVEMNO. JaDuarj 18tb, Operft Night, "FAUST I** Whftn tbf WONDERFUL QIBA&DS ifill .ppeftr, 

hTtbeklor] p*rm J««1 ob of Mr. Bart on Hill. 

On BJ »NIHT. JAi.a.ry 19tb, Ortl Apptar.noe at Mfc 

S^^^TO^Oa.P^inorXe*^, 



Tbli ebg*geoa*i)t \- tor 12 Ni.hU, dariBg wbi -u will bs p rlormftd 

Daddy O'Oowd ; Kerry ; The Collen Bawn ; and Arrah-na-Pogue, 

Iq which tht Actor-Dr»m»tfet ^III »pp«irlnthB chttacl^rs orl<ln»lly coated by him. 



I. a Mr a Hrrtni 

To ortticlod* wltft the inuba* > hi. I h of It* 

JL.X-VB5 ITMIDIA.1V. 

Mall Kai v 

Tomur BarLoo 

... Toftftf HraB 

..Knd Httftftbl 



rKiHAi KVrvnu iamabi i« 

RK-APPBARAIIOK 0* 

JOHNNY TUER8. 

Edh^wI ftod will .bortl. arri... tae be.allfDl fpeclaltj 
Art ttc .ad tMrlo-Comlo Toc.ll.t 

MISS AblOB JH.OSS 

AIMS t'l. eco«Dt-to Oom.duo »od Oomte Blnctr. 

1\AX%. ED. MURRAT. 



«TO»TE «»« 
DOES HOT. 



HiHG. »LL GRIDES 



les £. Peters & Go. 



•I ESTATE AND COMMISSION 

M ALL THKIB BBAIfOHKS. AUOI ION. .to. 

4(».ii California St., 

Oppeaita) Bank of California. 

•f*t*aoM. aar parftoa who ba« had boaloMi 
b ma Is *ao FraaoUoo aad Ifftw York and alte- 
ra for Ihlrtr-two vaara. 



1118, WiTCaOi 

plMHSltAWlOl 
riLllT, HI'*" 
.Uil* ***** 

er Clothing 



U lat or R ota oolliotad. 
0DiBb«fol Tltltt wanted, 

\][i fH t»S ^'"^ h * 11 Bok1 * u,f# Aaeitoa »•'• •& "*T or June— 
4 IB roar proparly aft* rFabraarj lit. Hold on 
rvarRealKaUUftBlil aftar March lat: I will 
w ion a markat for it, and a oew atjla of Real 

ate bnatnaaa. Itft-lw 



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I0T SCOTCH 

* A. L O ON S, 

8 Sutler Stiaet. duf 
And 336 Bush Street, 

ra MLT TWO IdOBl FBOH 

*«itn iTBEir, 

Lll Drinlis 
lO Cts. 

H 4 COLD WHISKY PUNCH 

A SPECIALTY, 
t Clam Chowder Every Night 

. D. BI'.IOOS, I BBIG9S A TOPPIBO, 
•prt.lot of tb. Propn.tor. of 

,r-8trw 8.1000. Bastuatn.t Silooo. 
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HOT DRINKS 

...FOB... 

Winter J*/eather. 

HACK, POSSETT, 

MILLIO WINKS. Etc. 

8PIER8 & POND, 

422 SACRAMENTO STREET, 

(One Door brlow Saoaome.) 

A NEW BILL Or FARE faVKRY DAY. 

The Proprietors of the Bptari A Pood have pnr- 

ohaaed from 

A FOP VI AtC WRHIK 

Oo Oaatrooomr, 

Three llatirlrnl nnd Twelve HIIU of Fare 

Oalculated M nut tb* wacta of 

ONE THOUSAND PERSONS. 

Wbo may therefore ba certain of ft differeot pro- 
Rramme for 

KVCHY DAT IN THK YKAB. 

Soup, Fifth. Entrees, Joints, etc., 

At elafftD o'olook preoisalr. 



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lHWilCG'B OYSTER GROTTO 

8riaaar 
r.rUd 

inning Pan Roast 

law Hi U. Hoi. Mitlou Dl.li la tht 
j OftUr lint. 

|ate Jtxt Applied For 
A. W. MANNING, - 

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"THE VILLA," 

Attbo Naw 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

The Building bfaioR Joat baen oomplated, la 
■ow thrown oper to he pablio. The boaae la ele- 
gantly lurnlBhefJ, and baa 

Four I*!!**!!© Parlors, 

— AMD— 

Ten PriYUe Dining Rooms, 

The whole belog ballt. net like a pablio hotel 
bat as It fS named, 

An Elegant Villa. 

"The Villa" ia located at tha leak or oorth-weat- 
ero eate of the Park. 

Hptoaraaa Braakfaate. Dlnoera and Bappera 
preoared oo tha iborteat notice. 

GUDIO MANGENBERG « CO., 

PK0PRIK.TUK3. |MI 



CHRISTrVlAB CHEER. 

THOMAS P. WALL. 

....or ibi 

Cosmopolitan Sample nooms 

Ho. SO T 1IIK.D 8TBF.KT, 
H.. l.id In . apl.odld .took of L1QUOBB 

For the HOLI)DAY» I 

Jamieaoo'e Marrowbone- Lane Distillery Dnblln 
Wbhky, ex abip Humboldt: Qlgnlivat Sootoh 
Whisky; Donble-DlitllldJ Old R>e, Kre« pOit Dis- 
tille*T. Plttsbnrg; Golnneaa" XXX Dnblin stout; 
Baaa' Barton Pale Ale. All samples 1 oenta. 
Hot Ncolch A Irlakt Whtelti a, Kgg fioggt, 
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AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND 

SALOON. 

NO. 888 HACKAMRNTB STREET, 

Known as the CHICAGO BEER D3P0T. 

CEORGE B. AUSTIN, 

HAVING PURCHASED THE ABOVE. WILL 
be plaas'd to ment all old AU»1 KALIANS 
and NEW Z rf ALANDKH9, their (neudit and cit- 
zen* Kenerail abo are aeiarad at a hnartr wel- 
come und Hood ob»er. HOT LUNCH ov-ry d^y. 
FREE AND fcA»Y «Yery Satorday EYentoi: at 8 
O'olook. lMrar-olR.Hr Pianist. itt2-!m 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AKD 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

HQ ft WASHINGTON ST., 
OOO bf low Kearney. P8I0ES , 
REDUCED. Batbs. 26 oenta. 
Shaving, V> cents. Hair Oat- 
tlog, J5 cente, Shaiupooiatc, 2i 
oenta. Medicated Batbs. JOHN GREIF. 

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To the Unfortunate. 

UK. OIBHON'8 DIirEltiABT. 

NO. 888 KEARNY STJEUET. OOH- 
ner of 'ommfrcial, San Franoisoo 
Knlraooe on Commorola) atreaL Katab- 
llsked In WA. for the treatment and 
oare of all diaenees of the arlnary and 
geoerattYO organs, and all pbyaloal oon- 
„ weaknesn ooneeoaent apon the error* 
or ignorance of tne sexes, skin disease (of years 
standing) ai d aloerated lege •nvusaafnll; treated. 
The > icu and ihe e.HlicT- d auonltl not fail to oai) 
Dnon him. The Uootor haa traaeled extensively 
In Eorope. and Inspected tboroagbly the varioas 
hOBpltals tbere, obtaining a great deal of vaiaabls 
information, wbloh be is competent to impart to 
those in need of bis aeiYloes. Dr. Gibbon will 
mike no cb«rge anlers he eQeoU ft oare. Addres* 
DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1*57, Hao Francieoo. 
Dftikawl 



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X=»OSTESnS, 

ProgrammeB, and all kinds of Printing for 

SHOW, LKCrilBE COM4JKRT, THA 
ATHK and CIMCIT8 MANAOKKA), 

AT LOW RATES, BY 

IB. B8. Sterott, 

S8S (I1.AT BTBtET. mAI 



i*. J. GATELY, 

Formerly of tb* 

"SUNBURST SALOON," 

I, to ttt fonad At A 

auitwaa.i. a*»a». tan a*«k<i 

■treett «p*«.tl« rink. 

•»- HI. aid frl.cdi.od tn. p»ol!or.».rftll7 w,M 
Aid ban U. akoltNt blfttd. el l.lyuoEh .oj 



MILITARY COODS 

GOLD AND SILVER'tHEATRICAI 
RIMMINGS YA 

'^• ^ ■ ■ ajr' aBr y, •gV*; 1 *~- **. a. 



GO TO THE WINDSOR 

BOOT AND SHOE STORE.j 

OOSS Market Street. 

T " MearFUth. 
The Largest assortment for Gents. 1 

Ladies and Obiidrsn. 
at the Lowest Prices. jaMm M. F. WALSH, 



1 



319 BUSH STREET, 

ALHAMBRA HOUSE. 

THIS ROUSE, BEING CENTRALLY -^ 
looated. near all tne principal Hotel*, ^=S 
ResUaraot and placta of Asonaeaoant, |JBt 
Straogers can Und f ood, comfort able, pleaa- -"■=■■»■ 
nt and elegant rooms at reasonable prloaa. 
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CANDIES. 

„dah t ,,»« u ,. gJ3 d { 4,t i . WA-inl ^ 

anal* 181 af onUomarr et_ Bftftr Bails 



Alt- 



FBED. KA.TZ 
BEEF AWD PORK 
BUTCHER, 

I »» to !•• Oft'ft. U.rl.t 



•^ M W* 



LEAKY ROOFS, 

Tin, Atphaltam, or Bos- 
ton Mastic 
nBPisaRBD. 

Bead order. ti> H. Q. FI8KE, 
B09 .-l»rk t H.reet. 



BR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOHIICAL MUSEUft, 

And • oiirve oTMedtelne. 

lfi lll.M BEAU1UUL AND INSTRULl 

IU.vUU Ive "biecte to be seen. Open to tb* 
Pablio DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HAL* 
BIS Mootcbmery street FOR MEN ONLY. 

t8T Db. JOKdaN'b PB1TA1*B Offiot la at 81 1 
GasrY street i opposite old UeobAniaa* PaYtliOol. 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hal 

f II As. I. STUNK, Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Between California and Pine. 
This elegant retort, baa lately been enlarged, aatt 
now contains S nea Bevel tables. The best LirjnoaT 
and t'lgitr* at the B*r. Kits Urge finely Inrniahfti, 
rooms, 'or olnbs and private parties on their card 
terms and rales. je7-3tn 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEM.~~SUAG.NG BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, IHIOnSI ER SEA LlONS- 

AppetiziDg Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WIFE! 

IlitlNG YOUR KA1HILYI 
BRING TOUR T.ADY FKIENM 
And eniova view of tbe fineet OCEAN PANO- 
RAMA IN TUP. WORLD, all in sight of 
the wurld-ffno -nad 

Golden Oate. 

Wltb a Heat of whito-winnsd raesaeogera antarinj 
from every part of the commercial world. 

ttar-Now Line Bneees. eonneetlng with Street 
Cars at Lone Moaotrlo every !*■ mlnates hereafter 
for tbe Ulifl Honee j?l-»f 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 



SOLOMON TESMORE'S, 

Stalls S7, A3 and ,i<i California Market. 
(Kntranca on Pine Street.) 
•ar F.milias and Res tan rants supplied at short 
not:oe. den-im 



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J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

Cor, 8eeond nnd TeAaJstn etre«ta- 

snr-Terrapln oooftaotly on hand, 
fOySters in everr ftftvlft. PRIVATE 

Lsunpsa roomb »or parties. 

deofl-tf 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTFRB, OLA MB and ajl kinds 
of Shall Flflb, Stall 88 OaHfornia 
, ban Franetsep. Ineo Day 

bt. ramllias, Pnbl o and Pri- 



R. MENDEZ, 

No. 19 Geary Street 

3FIE3X> LION, 

PRRR AND BAIT .T.rr 

ISfttord.y ( , nin. ft, 6 o'olook. 
Besi. Wino. *od Liquors. Tbe 
'Old Sport" will .Iw.ts b. OB 
o.od to most bi. fri.od.. 

JrJ» 




THEATRE, MfNNTKEI. AID MAI. 
QUKBADE BEQDIBEaEN'18 

WHIILraALC 

Ttpbta, Pad,, H.rlcqaio, Olown ftod Anim* 
Dream... M.ski, Bo»gl«., »o0 G»ld <od 8ll.tr 
TriroclnB.. NAlHAM J^aKPM A 00., 

no32 «*> CIm Strut. 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADUB' 

FAtHIONAlLE HAIR SREUIS 

Haa Reiuoved to 
844 WASHINGTON ST.. 
Foar doors below Stockton akrftw 
Hairwork of all Deaoritraiona made to ordftf 
Charges moderate. JftU las 




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MINNIE WILLIAMS. 

.0FB8BIOKAt,L.Y KSOWM AB "l-.mijB 
_ MIBSIB."-1bl. J0T.oiU Mtr..., Ijtlj'* 
LoDdon MU Oomfttor, Ifttt btud of to tht KtmA 

lodl... U Implored 10 writ, to h.r »oth*r In BAB 
Fndoiaoo, O.liforolft. TbtfttriBti Joaraftblrd ro> 
qa,.Ud to m.k. ft aoto of thit. ■ Itw-U 



TJROF 

r hit 



WELCHMEN AHOY. 

J0HS8 



A JR. 



THJI JOaBtf*'- *'-* A1JBIM0TI, 
FnMtabtd nwr Ow ■■ *■" Vmt by 

a» BOOARDU8 



«tr. 8an Franci 



TlUBfiDlI JASOABT 15. 1874 



■ •iMWfHAH. 

Wbw fim's* is * thaatre. it is Uu proper 
thing to inform the party ia your company 
of aha pl«t (X the play, yoor epic 
ion of th* Mt >rs, and htm yo«M ba*e 
written tha drama If yen had bans the 
aalWf, and would play aioo obaraotar, if 
70s worn ton actor*. Tbla you moat do in 
a Tttoo to bo hoard by ororybody ia your 
Dalghborbood. By so doiog, roc abow your 
tnportorrlr *• * h « «*•» of tbn poopla in 
tLa theatre. If they foal lika kill- 
las; yon, don't mind it If they should 
aafco no attack on yon, don't bo afraid. 
Tho pttleo will oonin to yoor assUtaaoa. U 
yonr oompwioa la a lady, bosaro and toll 
bar 000 or two of yoor Ioto intriguaa- We 
know-rbsld-hondod editor who dooi tola* 
Tba man la tbn theatre always feel aa 
tboavgh tboy would lika 1 3 - punch bit asad 
and uwoofe hia fonr «y*a Into in But toey 
am only aii a anoof bin auperior attracti**- 
aaa*. Ha doesn't mind tham.aad ho ii hap- 
py, aron though bo done drive tbo half of 
tne nudtonoe to vath than war* do lawn 
agalaot da liberate morder. 



Barry-la.* r»op)t. 

Tba ajneriaaa Newspaper Beportar of Jan 
Sthtaft: , 

Tba soouar you make your Christmas 
purchase! tba better. Tfce orowd is grow- 
Irjff biauer and bigger, and you will bare to 
carry a wedge wttb yon pretty aeon, 

We auppoee people in ■ Mew York are tafc. 
Ing adYaatags of the panic, wbieh has 
brought plicae down, and ara buying np 
preaents for next Christmas. 



Wo snet Charley Luibingtou yesterday af. 
t :moon . His faee was flatbed, hie gait un- 
it adj. Wa asked: "Obarley. what is the 
natter with you ?" Charley, steadying bim- 
■alf by a hitoblog post, said: "It all ri\ ben 
ioTeeergashis this wuiahkey bUhneas thatah 
all." 



OO Whera th» M WooUbine" 
Twlnetii 
And nartaka of the laxsrlaa to be found 
thane. The beat of eaaaonable hot punebas 
of all ttada. "wonderful " lunate 1 erary day 
and algbt Private parlors, goatlemaBy treat 
moot by tw p~oprletor of the "Woodbine," 
Geo. Go Ilia. No. 1 Morton street, one door 
from the great tborjughfaro— Ksaraj street. 
Oall! Ubh 



.Happy Wew Teavr. 

For Bon Bona and Mottos for your New 
Tear's tibia, go to "The Leading Candy 
Btore," George Haas k Co'a, 90 Kearny street, 
near Market. Their tflpplay of boifaay fancy 
gooda wm tottlly eclipse any former exblMtlon 
of tbla Tery popular arm. They hare alao Im- 
port -d the most elegant assortment of French 
Candy Boxes and Oornucoptaa erer neen Is this 
olty. - „, 11-a 

jLaisa Xj Wa-ujsr-ain.aii'a Wow Sa- 
loon, 

Corner of Halle a and Leldeadorff ftreets. 
Large aod c^mmodlons saloon ceLt-eily loca- 
ted, with ante-roome, rapptled with tba best 
brand* of Llqn^rs and CUare; bounteous hot 
lunch— his great specialty— terv=)1 from 11 *. 
u. ta2 f.m , and acold lunch attorwarda. Drop 
la »Ld "b» satisfied." 12bh 



Qo TXotr luflcr irom Corns. 

Tba unfortnuate snfferere from Oerna, Bun* 
Ions, Olnb ana Ingrowing Nells, can find Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. E. H. Oowan'B Inst]. 
lute, 910 Hearty street, from I *.o 6 p.sl We 
fTMiak from experience, havtns te"ted the Dec- 
ker's capability. BeferenoM giver itroqnlrea. b 



X>r. Dotierty 

Has devoted tu send} more partienlarly to 
chronio and sp??iflc practice, and aa euoh ta 
now the nuut successful of any Phyelcian !n 
Ban Fwelseo. Ofioe el9 Sacramento street, 
oorner of Leldaadorfl. a tew doors oelow What 
Oheer Htw» 1 



ttooro, 

Formerly of Bees House Carriages, can be 
lonn d Is front t* Ooleman Bros, clothing es- 
tablishment, eonthweet oorner Bush and Mont- 
gomery sta., or Dexter Stables. Oarriase ordera 
left al either i^ace promptly attended to day 
•r night, at rednc^d rates- pa 

A. Pie Man t Jbooauon* 

Peraons deatr.'ng oom*OTtebn! lodgings in a 
Central location, efaoulc visit the alhambra. 
and lasnect the fine suites of rooms to let ther* 
Tne baUdlna is a very fine one and is well 
lighted tad emulated, m 

Tne Matinee Fruit Scorn.* 

Keeps the pholcst varltti*s of domestic 
and Import >d froiti, jellies, confectionary etc., 
and aalls at the lowest r U-. Pure, healtby 
Apple Cider, f.esh from the press every day. 
No. a09 Bnsh atr eet, ooe door ab ove Kearny. 1j 
±iow Z Made S90. 

By buying my bed.room set of fnmlture of 
3: A. Shabir&Co., T07 Markets rettrtwo doors 
from Third. Tb*y artl Furuiture 20 per cent. 
cheaper than any other dealere, 1 triad t-iem 
all!' . Uh 

The nellcncy o€ all Settons 
3 B. P. Bc^Xiia CIu'j dauaa^e; Its fame haa 
spread far and wide thronghent tbe land. The 
only place to obtain tbls celebrated Sausage it 
at stalls 7 d 75 Oallfornla Market. liz 

Max Baoherv tne ^.rcist. 

fCatO of Sarcny's In New Iork,) SOW With 
Bradley It Bnlofcou, Lslssnlng his Elite Por- 
tralta. t 

Jan. ti J-..urwoa, No. 2t0 Kearny street, 
New and Seoond-Hand Olothlog, of all descrip- 
tions, "b ought ana sold. Store closed on Sat- 
urday until P. M. 7 



Bmrm- Colartdsra * 

From a work entitled "Memoir and Lo»- 
ters at Sara Colarissne,' editnd by bar daugh- 
ter, w« rxa'fte tba foilowiog eglraot: . 
"BehgioU bigotry is a dull Are— hot enough 
to roast as ox. .but with no lambei-t, laoai- 
nou* dame ahoot Jig np from it. The big - 
eu of one •choaLaaademn and, what is far 
worse, mutilate Shakespeare, t lose of an- 
other would, if they oould, extinguish Mil- 
ton, Tbns the twin tops of our Parnassus 
w^Mid bo bidden in clouds forever had thane 

*ee their way." 1 "*»MafMnTJ 

I made a great effort last night to tike ad- 

rantam of Mrs. W. B 1 offer of a seat In 

aodber opera box^roce lent ber, for myself 
Herbert. We beard Son tag, and for tbe drat 
time I waa thoroughly entranced by a worn- 
an'asinging. Jhere is a softness and ten- 
derness io tba Tery bigb*at warble of tbls 
lady-like singer, a combination of delicacy 
and brilliancy, which distinguishes her sing- 
ing from ti.at of all ether women whom I 
haea ever beard. 

I delight In a man's tenor and contralto 
Toioe, but tbe dne, powerful, high-toned 
singing of women in general gira me little 
pleasure, waariee me in less nan ten miuu- 
t*s. It wants body to my feelings; with a 
aline background, I lika it wall. Cath- 
erine Hays, iq "Luoin," mored ma not in 
tba least, and tired ma ye ry soon. Coletti, In 
tba "Barber of Seville," the huge Lableche, 
the pretty-handsome Gardooi— all pleased 
ma greatly. Bat oh I bow comical it is to 
sac thoss opera lovers without a particle of 
lore, grief, or any other emotion in their 
faces, eyidenU; full of thai r song, and not a 
bit of their middls-iged or uhpretty sweet- 
heart, feign to stab themaelree in deeper- 
stion, plump down mo*t unelegautly, warble 
away to the last, and two minutes afterward 
pick tbemselree up, and appear before the 
curtain to bow, and receive toe claps and 
compliments of the audience. 

■ — — ^ 
P fclladalphia WaJaky. 

A man in Philadelphia has been preaching 
against intemperance He calls on the Leg- 
islature to pass laws prohibiting any citizen 
of tut State drinking any of the whisky sold 
there. There is Doneceaiity for inch law. 
Noaitixen of Pennsylvania ever drinks any 
of tba whisky sold in that city. Ha knows 
the quality of tbe beniine dispensed~. It's' 
only ignorant strangers who ever invest in 
Philadelphia chained lightning. And they 
sever try it a second time. 



Thi Aetreae aad the Baaprees. 

Ttagre it Italian actress, who hid many 
proof* of kindnasi from the Emperor of the 
French and tbe Empress Eugenie, was de- 
sirous of visiting tas tomb of Napoleon III. 
She wrot* to Dr. Coonran, and pa reeeiring 
an answer, at one* performed the pilgrim- 
age. HedamaBtann had net taooght of 
intruding on tbe privacy of the Imprest, bnt 
on Iheaeturaues of Dr. Cooneaa that her 
Majesty w is b ed it. she availed hen al f of tba 
oourtesy. Tbe Empress honored her with 
■along interview, la which aha gare tba 
greatest prominence ti tie mander in which 
■he felt touebed by the numerous marks of 
public respact paid in Italy ti the memory 
of Napoleon III. Tbe Smpress, in referring to 
the purpate announced in Italy of erecting 
a monument at Milan to the memory of ter 
deceased husband, espadlally dwelt on the 
hop.) t :at it might have a national, not. a 
personal obaraitar— that it might, rather, 
record the general services rendered to Italy 
than the affee tionatt memories cherished by 
individual friends. Madame Biattri left 
Chiselhurst deeply touched by the bearing 
of the widowed Empress. 

m - ^ ' - .T " 

sire » t Vaa u 

Xbay had a rare scene, which was not 
down on the bills, at a variety show in Troy 
a few evening's since. One of tba actresses, 
wibile going through bar part, was insulted 
by a loafer in the fron t ssa t, when she quietly 
stepped ta the front of tbe stage and kicked 
out one of the voting man's front teeth. The 
aet waa greeted with load applause. She 
has only to do thai every night to draw 
crowded houses. 



ART ASSOCIATION. 

OJTEW1MO s*r 

Winter exhibition. 

TUB GALLERY OF t ■« dtjat gBaWOIBOQ 
Ara aaaoclatlon, ai» PTWK BTjrjTEr, '■ now 
0»»b USba pabllo daily, from It a H. to Sf.SL, 
aod frosa T ta 10 P. at. 

A aplaadld eal'aetian ol 

CASTS FROM THE AHTIQT7E 

I* 00 axhibltioa [or ih ■ flr-t tint, anbr aolagsaaay 
2* .**••*••' 'a^a»«B> a>r*«a at*(««* asd Pinsain 

r rim Raltavaa. Also mora tbaa 

OW« SSsQ it i H Orl«l..l Oil r«l •%!■■«, 

I»«l«etaa the ealabraUd platan by Jaooba, oi. 

"•AHSO* AJfD DELILAH." 

8aa*on tioaati, admi'tinta-(n»la«aaji aad lady.BS. 
HinarU admiMloB, SO oaete. dis-tF 



A T, .T . XN*. 



NEW GOODS 



,. 



CHEAPEST HOUSE?. 

AMERICAN 

IS THE 

GREAT 
I X L ■■ 

AUCTION STORE! 
618 KEARNY STp 
\C0WMWEm 



SBpeoiavl iu Lsdiae. 

for dreeamaiing In all lu branohee aad Use 
Iaieat styles, oall 00 lbs. i. t. Waller, at sio 
Poet atreet. Terms reasonable. 3 8 



Our buttar and cbeeae wa bougtt at Ohap- 
uun's,7aaal 73 California Uirk-t, and pro* 
noanoe It eupcrlor to any in the m rteu 13r 



Watahea, J*.-weir>' . £tc, 

Hi erarr description, at the rery loweit prices 

H. A, Oallaader'a IX* W. corner of Beoondand 

aliaaioD streau. Watobea earafelly rwbalrafl-. 8 P 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



HOUSE. 



Oyaterc. 

la strolling round the ether oijrha, 
To look et< TOSoo by res light, 
uur aaralaas teat , by chance did stray 
To where a fountain's oeaaelees play 
01 sparkling waters, made a soreen 
Throoah which a tweet bouquet was seas 1 
While saoeaj strae and pearly shell. 
O'er which the waters softly Cell. 
Made that window seem to he 
ftoaaa fetry grotto of theses, 

aaop," said my frland, "let's go In haw 
It looxs so nice— and try their oheer." 
"All right," I said. '1 must agree -■ 

That this pHoe salts sue to a 'T.'" 
No sooner had we found a seat 
Than at ear side a waiter neat 
ttsde his appearance, asked our wish— 
Said they had almost acydiah 
That we might name. We found it true, 
And f i n d maemjtooBly, fee; 
All kinds of oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Gooked every style; Just think of that. 
And If yoor month don't water, then 
Toa*re different from other men. 
They'd slam land crabs and terrapins ; 
In tact, we fonnd they had within 
That cosy place all kinds of game, 
Ptah, flesh or fowl which we could name, 
While every dish was, 1 ara sure, 
Prepared to tempt an 'epicure. 
The ladlep, toe, hare foaud, 'twould aeem. 
That they hare here the best loe cream; 
Bo here they flock, the little sinners. 
To get what they call "such nice dinners," 
Whoever do act; this let him rush 
To three buadrai thirty-seven Bnsh, 
and tt5re tola trnth he'll hnd made plaint 
Who : oee ah e m once will go again, 
Pacific Oyster Honse, S3? BuBh street, above 
■ intgomery; o : ,so Day and Night. 

0&ARLJ&- 3AAEZ. Proprietor. 



SAH 4GBE OPERA 

H. A. DeLACT C... 

t^BiaTHl£a.fBB OAtf tK BIHTBD BY TBE 
night or week, firat-oiwi uUnt libsrallr 
traatad with on »3Blioation to H. A. Da'iAOT. 
8ea Jaae. or to J. H. MoOABK,auUBaah etreat, 
Ban Franciaco- jala 



THo Art of Dancing and I>e- 
portmem. 

kose who appreciate culture wlH be glad to 
team that Professor 0. H. LeBter baa opened 
an Academy for the purpose of t ; a:hing, not 
only denetog, bat those graces cd deportment 
without which no one can shine in society. Prof. 
Lester ie a thorough master of his art, one of 
the best on this tide of the Rocky Mountains. 
Glasses are held at Grand Central Hall en the 
comer of Sixth and afeaktt ttreets on Mopdaya 
and Thursdays. 

Ladles In the above handsome carriages may 
be seen any time during tbe day In front of 315 
Kearny street, nesz Bash street, waiting (for a 
few momenta) (or a doien or two of those cel- 
ebrated Written Ytalttag Card*, so elegantly 
Kteured by John P. Dwyer. card writer for the 
)rand Hotel. S. B.— Cards written, engraved 
ir print id la toe lstwt and most faahlonaMe 
tylt-, handkerchief* marked, atmcil plates 
■•atly cut, and monograms engraved ana 
printed, ___^^^ im 

Important to Smokers. 

Faw men in Sin Frandico are aware tbat 
he enterprising firm of Eahn A Haas are em< 
ploying white females labor In the manufac- 
ture of then? Oigara. The very beet material ta 
ustd lu this establlahment. Oill and convince 
youraelf at 778 Market street, between Third & 
Fourth street. Finest brands Havana Cigars 
constantly on hand. n-i 



Holiday Hat*. 

Certainly a new hat Is about aa pleasant a 
holiday gift aa eaa be imagined. There Is an 
immfM" stock of Hat) to select from St "The' 
Hat St re, 61T Washington street (second bat 
store below Keamyj. The newest styles a ra 
sonable prices. 12-j 

a. Really Oixoice oigrsvr 

Can only be obUtaed at the OrlentC Olgax 
Store, 339 BnshSt opposit • Her^snUle Library, 
where the very flue, t Havana cigars and Tobac- 
co are always on hand. 12 -d 

Dental Work. 

Fob raxar cjOaurx or wobk, go to T. 0. Jes. 
rap, dentist, our. Sutter and afaatgomery, over 
TUoker*s, a.r; 



— 



Complinrentary^ TestinronisH 

1NA Da COOLBRITH 

....0>t.... 

Thursday Erening, Jan. 15th, 

"Whsa will be presented tba folUwiog 

attrasttva 

PBOBRAUHE t 

The oartaiD wiil riaa at 8 preoiaala, on Oharlaa 
DancVs elecant OomedfatU entitled 

Delicate Ground 

Oitlren Sangfroid MR. HKNBY EDWABDS 

Aipeonfa MB. W. A. MESrAYrB 

Paulina (the oitiraa'a wife,' HtsS F. OATHOART 

After which 

Aa Original Pofm by J. F. BOWHAF, 

Entitle* "THE 5INOBE," will be recited ' 

by MR. HENRY kD'.VARDS, 

ThedlsUngulfbed Oaotatrioe. 

MADAME AX. V A BISHOP, 
Villi aiog "HOUR, SWEET HOME," 
Tbe pepnlar actor, 

MIt, GEO. DABBELL, 
Will appear in his Character Sketches entitled 

The Wr«te<-'e* «»f the Stage, 
Introducing toe Sarle-ComtS Vooaliat. the Lion 
OoaaiQue an-i *,t*> Wo &l Rent'ei- with theSontca 
"Goo.i Rvaniog. ' "T- n :, Bir,' f aad Teonjraoo'a 
"OoatRo o( tba Lies t B.Ltade. 1 ' 
The favorite attlrte, 

a'LLE ..SKA FLZEB, 
Willaion <p« ni'i aop tlar air, "LA'JESEESN 
TOLA," accoaioaoled *>rj tha Piaoo b? 

HERB MtT.DES FABBRI. 
followed b; 

MR. BARTON HILL'S 
Reoiianon of (" I = r rl '- homo oaa peom. "MY 
SOHO^LK K ,l iW iO<lM?; OB. GEMINI 
AND VIBGO." 
Tbapopnlar Tenor, 

MB. ALF. WILKIE. 

Will aiog "EILT ASTHOKE." 
The California favorite, 

MRS. SOPHIE EDWIN, 

Wlllrwite-'AWKrE AKD WILLIE'S PRAYER,"' 

MB, OTTO LINDEN will preside at the Plane. 

The SBtertiintneot will oooolod* with the amaa- 

ing Oonedy in on* act ectitled 

The Mexican Tigress! 

Characters by 

HISS FAWKY OATHOART, MB, GEORGE 
DARRELL aod MR. W. BARRY. 

The whole of the artiats genaronaly volaptaerefl 
thftiraervieei, and Mr. and Mrs Darrell havi in 

kindeit manner deferred their d«partnra for the 
E&^t, in ordar to b1t0 tbair aaatsLaoop. 

Box FUn now on view at G.-aVa Maaio Store. 

wbera i^ata mar beiecared witooat extra obarca. 

Tbe Piano o»ed on tnia oocaaion has been kind It 

leaned by M. Gray, Erq — . 

blMNBBW. BTJQBEE, 

Ji-'J BnalEess Manager. 



That Gorgeous Furniture 

....roa tub.... 

HOLIDAYS 

HAS ARRIVED. 

COMB «nd SXJZ3 I*. 
' CALIFORNIA, 

Furniture Manf'g Co, 

220 to 226 BTJSH ST. 

(toU-Ia 



, , Business Conducted on Fair 
and Honest Principles. 




Attention, Good Livers! 

MR. P. BBBOB*. JTOBlUBl.'r 
propri.ter of tba Warn ' Be»- 
taaxmBt. bu I4ksa tba maaasamaat 
if both tha Mlnan' EUwAotant OM 
Ownwwrtal .traat aod tba Miaw.' - . 
Bnmob on IterkM atraM. Our BlUa of >an 

■mbr-OB all tba dattcaoiaa of tba aaaaoa. Oa» 
aotu ia "Good lanvOaad Oooldnt u>4 Ha4anu 
Obarcaa." 

m i n ers'*" Restaurant, 

ill and a»a Oonu.atolal.iTw. 
T«f> Harlat atnat. 
Opaa KwiULtolD FJL aa»-tl 

■ " • > • i ' ■ 




T3r. HENLEY'S 




At the State Fair, Sept. 1 873 

1KB OS1T BEUABU TOSIC 

ANORECUPER4T0R. DON'T BE MISLEAD BY 

IONQANOPOMP00S ADVERTISEMENTS, 

BUT USE THE LONG-TRIED ANB ONLY 

Sure Invigorator 

KNOWN, THE UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS 

AN) IMMENSE SALE OF WHICH, FDR 

THE L.ST FIVE YEARS. PROVES 

iT TO BE Tiff 

KING OF ALL TONICS. 

Read PQ aioiaoa' otrtiflcate attached to eaeh 
bottle. Ex mine sworontatementaof onreseffeat- 
ed. no hi ■ at h* 1 office. 

For tale by till Druggists and Liquor JDeatcrs. 
H, EPSTEIN A- CO., No e Proprietor*. 
SiS Front Street. oelT 



S. F. and H. P. 

EM 



B, R. Co. 



GRAND CONCERT 

COMPLIMENTARY TO 

Mr. FBANE GILDER 

<rba Brilliant Aaiarican Piaotot.) 

Next Friday Evening, Jan. 16, 

AssiEtad bj Eminent Vooal Talmt and 
PROFKSSOR O'RKABDON. 



Staus RaaeWed witboat extra oh*rne. at 
SHERMAN A HYDE'S Maalo Store. 



•ne Dollar 
ja!2 



TUMBLERONICON I 1 

T>BOF. M. O'HEARDON, NOW PER. 

fonnins at tba OaU'orsla Tbeatra On hit 
baantlfol imtrnm-nt. tha TCMBUEEOXIOOM, ia 
prepared to farniab partial with a complet, aat of 
llaaaaa aad gire iaitroctiooa thereon. A'tfdreu 
or oall at Oahfonm Tbeatra or Oolmopolitar 
H9MI. ia«- lB 



CHANCE _OF TIME 

ON AhTP AFTEB DEO. 1, 1373. THE S1EAM 
er ANTKLOPP. connecting at Donacaa Land 
(ng with tha is an Fr&noiBOO it North Peniflc Rail- 
road Oompanr forOloverdaleand all intertnediat 
stationB, wfllleaTe San Fianoisoo daily (Snndayt 
axepted), from Front atreet Wharf , at 2 :30 P.SS. Be- 
tornlng, the train will leave Cloverdale dally at 
6:00 o'clock a. 11.. connecting at Donahoe with the 
uteimer and arriving Id San Fiancieoo at 11 rf*0 A.M. 
Toe atfameTB and care maks close oonneotioni 
with stages to and from all points. 

No more SUNDA"? EXCURSIONS notil far- 
ther notioe. 

■(■■-For all information apply at the Oompanj'a 
office. ASM Moalgomarr • treat. 

aplS PETER DONAHUE, President. 



ALL GOODS WARRANTED 
REPRESENTED. 



IOF. 

AS 



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Hew Goods ArriTlog Daily. 



THI LARBEST STOW AN0 LOWEST PUCES 
OF AST HOUSE IN THE MTV. 



n 



CLOTHINO, 

PINE! 



COAR8E and 




Tba For lunate Km Wh u Bsyf Mi Glothlif > 
M the IXi AUCTIOH STOSK. 



" 




THE UNFORTUNATE MAN 
DOES NOT. 



WHO 



UNDERCLOTHING, ALL GRADES; 



White Shirts for the Million. 



.Auro-r-eootrSr wjtoib, 

JEWELII, .NOTIONS, PIPES, O.' 

rUtPDMIe, 81AT10JKEI, II 

IrlftLISH CITLEST, TKaTDK*. ill 











AWGBR BAXaXiS, 
14 Qetkrr Street, MarKaaray. 




DIPOT OF WKTiKD A KABOHI'S 

BAY BREWERY BEER. 

• Gau • Ol"t. 

■\t ohbib Rttntum, 



BASIS, V'ALISU, TOBACCO, lie. 



A. FULL LINE OF 



Rubber CIo 



thing- 



Ho 



CALL AMD SEE FOR 
ltUT 



^E Blow our 

own Horn 
Because 

We Have \S 
Got A Stock 
' That will 

|' ADMIT IT, 



TQUBtUI 




f\ lr nUviiUII OtUrvffl 



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618 Kearny St., 

oraer ot Commeroial 



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rBopla'i 




rter ot A Million of 
nolUr. Tain- 



' "tan tin, 

TO SELECT FROM. 

RAND CONSOLIDATION 




«M$« Ytstertlay Wis Crowded. 



HHnMnu 

uuitwintu 



EOPJLE'd PALACE, 

TWM SttBaT 

COMMISSION HOUSE 




and 913 Market Street. 



CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 

thi« rrrwia,. ..'..,.4iiWM>T 

1TAMT aTX*«.a»1>. 

•w BtU.T »"»**:• 1 1 Inwna. 00* T KCWIT Ttaaaaara . BILLf aUB*t*» 

otiari aa o«un»»T*A 

uiui. Dorr M tioiT nnin niim tr. r urn 

MM »)• nfiu aru.t ■■■nun 

■i n— t icam mutrmfnt . oa r arkrar 

x>al i '. a • a>»n ftoaa an ni < BtlXT iwatTaaa 

aaii.ta. i>ui|i;iiot>iDii<i' i. • rirwii 

0raa4 New PkaSle F.stirr 4 ontpaay 

■ n . ■■ ii - ■ ... ■ * m i m m m ■ ■■» ■ — — ^- — — — ■ ». - - — 

PAHT a»BOO»3-X>. 

I 

■ « TUB wo.Burn 

SIEGRIST CHILDREN! 

LOUIE and thomai, Aged 7 and l-a Years. 

I BE^flOil^^ EXMREl 

By the Favorite Artlataa, Menu. WELCH and BICE. 



. In. S*r Bud«et or "onja and Ohancea. 



I «. JfiL *F V XB BROTHEF 

By the Great Acrobats. tWEATNAM and MANNINC. 



In Hie Creat Specialties, 



•TUTIEI 



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Tba p«r(on&4DOfi TO oooclade wltb 



THE SIEGRIST TROUPE 

And Their WONDERFUL DOC8. 



MAMMOTH PROGRAMME. 

D0U1L1 VARIKTY COJKlllATIOI 

KATI B /.OK. 

i. i^*, aaitM«i<» T<ta ri.ataa,akx. .aa. 
*■■ IVMHO 1UD11TU 



FtWT PART OF WIT. SOW MO FM 

»..» u. 'inn «iu iuih 



a>~i Tii»ii 

Haw 

laaal au. 



cawi. a*. a 



■ •III. UTwtal 
lata n.~a.. 

■ 'IH ■ 

..Waltar rarto 



THE af TiTCRlODI KEaTaaCKAST 

r a-.i .»-.. fl». n . law, am n 



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c.i« aaaa 

hM aaMlalilM 



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I.IJCKIB IllIU 

- ut kx>M 

■■•111* LaF.raaa 

laaa* W rti a. 

Baarrv B...r 



TatB IMTELLIOEaiCE OFFICE. 



■>.«.!« r.lk. ... 
comic aoasa.. 



WiteUi mm 4 M'll. >lu.>i 

i.irria lunira 




The Other Fellow. 



..Oeorgt Toeter 

Bx-ii Moit>i 

Leon Bejswella 

.....Water Parks 



Captain BJowhard 

Photo 

Jaka....i Bolchtr... 

UolUotor 

Jioa ...oni of Ik* &< 
Jans... .bit SltUr... 



... . . *>*■* UorMsaors 
Msgjue Brewer 



I mom* i, lod«u» hociu. 

CJFICHuTJSE.T'^rr-' 
TMWCIMHISE,"airjr?ui. 

Rtl.tTOWA OOTBIIJ* 




fitaETS 



grot! 
j-iriety 



At lilt 1 I L AUCTI1W STORK, No, CIS anrl <«0 KKARNY STRKBT, cor. Commercial. 



COME ONE t COME ALL I 

1'0 THH OPPOKITIO* PUOTOOBAPH Oik 
UHT.«ll9K.rl.lilr..i. IB. BohI Ool.b.4 



Rambrnniit o.rd., AJ p.r dor.o ; O.bia.t, 0-4 ..r 
doi«o 1 _ujr. o»_a o.ll .od_wjl_ara_.Qr._wc — 

TOO. 



Pi. 
_. W. D.DYKK.atl IIKOHOR R. WI1I1B ar. 
th. well-koowa and popular oparatof*. lad J. H. 



WILUIUG'IBY. Propn.lor. 



iMIMTE m ' 
Mil NOT. 



Ilfornia Ahead of the World 

WOOLEff GOODS. 

■B dnderbigikd ia ur receipt of 

UIIC 111 fftlilF BUa".t". ':uiill. Uora^Blaotalina, .lc. 
Hi" 0, ItlM™ 1 din. th. Mi n., aod will ..11 10 Iota to Hit 
I Maw Mootconarr ttrMt: 

rt, for U» IlffiaJ^ 

,ow»"" 
r(iMr ,uTio.ir 

rnjgfcWU! 

erCIothla 

.urwH** 



THE OLD 

irot sootcn, 

1C M.riaa a uc at, 3»r Eani. 

11 Drlnlia Ten Cents 
Met Drinks a specialty. 

W. B. WALDEO*. Preortilor. 




JIlJR ABO 0TB- 

OLD.A BPB1NOBK, Pro- 



lTLAD«tPHiA 

I. *• Bplo. itiffiL b.twi.n""lloai 

arar 'MrMfr. amn or Oalrforei 

- -»«1 Id rvKTfirl.; alio all kladi oi 

~J to arl.r. a*- Prf.ala S.lia hi I 



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I Mr»«d In rr«j _ . 

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[ADAJ.TOn.Proprl.lOM, 
..W.ar BXeal 
--.DOn., 
I Ean at tk. aavoe af tka Bran 

"•ArArrtja^J^SHaadaa-t., a 

tWOBaJ A I 'lX »W JKaUPBilA*, 




LOVEJOY A WILLIAMS, 



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09 i 

Sii 

Si 

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Wall' 

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ESXCSr-ECT-Sr 

Single Outside Rooms, 



No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Mattraases, 



BRANCH HOUSE, 



ASA >AH»OHI STKBBT. COB. OLAI, 



J5"irty O.nta per INT 1 a; lit 
And I^esa, by the Week. 



OPI"N AaZiXi NIOHT 

Apr-M L. J. IWBLL, Proprietor, 




A NEW HAT STORE 

On Montgomery St. 

NORIEGA" BROS, 
PRACTICAL 

HATTERS 

628 Montgomery St, , Near Clay, 

MAN FBANCinCO, 

WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE PUBLIC 
MK) onr nrnneronn patron- that we bava opaosrl our oew 
and elegant store on MoKTOOMKBT Strkbt, naar Clay, where 
w« will oohsUatlr keip on hand tbe FINKS r ASSORlM ENT 
ot HATH and OAPS e»er offered to tbe oi.iznn* of tbe PaciHo 
OoAvit. and at pri m wbiob will defy com petition. 

We areal-o prsparsd to make fco order kit the LlTlWT Sttl» 
Of Qats and naps on short rotlnn. 
CLEANING and REPAIRING aeaUj aod promptly exeonted. 
-»IjB. We will soil oontince onr store at the old stand. Nn 
920 Dnpont street, where can be fonnd oar nm»I good assort- 
ment of goods, and competent bal ttrs to attend >r> |be wanU 
of oostomera dssllng thete. ' NOHIKOA BB(M, 



PACIFIC 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



' 



. 



PACLFICLAW REPORTER 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 

J. P. BOGAKDUS Publisher 



THB ONM HOUSE 191 THE CITY WMEBE THE ORIGINAL 

"GRAND DUKE ALEXIS TIES " CAN BE FOUND I 
Also the Largest. 

CHEAPEST MB BEST 

SELtoCTBtrSTO 
...or... 
Cente'. Ladies', Misses', 
Children's and Infants' 



.[BOOTS AMI SHOES] 

EtER1)t'EEBEp 

In Ban Fnmciaco. 

BEERS 4 MAYNARD. 

No.tJ38Kearrw Street: 




THIRD YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



Only Legal Journal Published West 
of the Mississippi. 



IT HAI BKCBITKD TBUC DOBDIAL IJBOMfc 
■ ElTTOr TBE FJAOrB.alOM AS A 



RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 
THE PRACTICAL UWYER. 



Publishes all the California Supreme 



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J. P. BOGAKDUS, Publisher. 



•' 3F" J C5- A-F l-O -" 

THI JOUBHAL OT AK DUXSHT*. 
PQblislsvd •x»rr ftar Is '&• T«u by 
p. BOOA.RX3T7B 



Bolow KBEUoua Bu 7r*ooi*«o. 



THURSDAY. JABCABY U, 18 7. 

. AKU8EMRNT8, Etc 

Alhambn Theatrr. ^ 

A feators of tbe ptrforsaenoe at ibis kou«t i* 
the great boa- aoi bag "nnUif " wbiob Lj par- 
fsrmed by tba worH.r*io«si4 Oirtfft Brothers 
(Bmttstm end Maooiog). to ft inannsr which per- 
fectlj dtl'jti'a tbeaodi*T»ee. Tbassertlstesecern 
to daofttv* thr poblle, eodoo ooe «*a halpadtolr- 
iug lbs open mmair to wbioh they read ins Till 
from In* "mrsisir." ell* Waaasr. Ge*rgs 8. 
Koigas, the Sisgriat FubiIt , Wftlob and Hie* . ftod 
many other* appear nightly, 
California. Theatre. 

Toa****ooof spectacle at this boaaais rapidly 
drawing W ecloa*. and econ "The Naiad Qoaen' 
willbftft d*li*biof tatpui. It will b« performed 
*»-oiftn, to-morrow night, ftt th* milUM on 
Sessudey . end an Saturday nig bt for th* last tin* 
Opera Ho a ft*. 

J. P. Burastt be* mad* a great bit io ths faros 
of "fXB",io which bi DrtMBU to admirable 
loapersoDStiOa of ft raiirad m-mbflr ol tut P. B 
"Elly O'Ooonor." 1o wbloh Mi. a J«nnl* L*s, Jobo 
Howsoo, Hit* s7*aay Yonag. Wiilia SimBas, Mis* 
FaoojGtb.on, Mrs. Julia Malfill* ftod others. 
wb»M oamM aro Kirfto od oar flrftt P*6«. *t>Peer, 
iifillol f on ftod proTokei much laafghtar. To- 
morrow eight thatgeoeral f»Torite, Hisa J*oai* 
La*. wiU uki car bentfli. 
Piatt's HalL 

Tbii cTtptna, ft bsaeflt to Mies loft D. Cool- 
britn will b» gjTen at thia ball. The pro- 
gramme, wbtoo appears {to aoo-bsr column, will 
comprise the oomedfati* of "Delicate Ground.'' 
by Henry Edwards, W. A . Mtauitr sod Mm Fanny 
Oetbeart; »n orlglosl poem by J. F. Bowooao. re- 
cited by Hsory hdwsrd»: "Home, Sweat Home," 
tang by Madame Anna' Bubop; George- Dirreli Id 
bli rery popular character eketcb*p;"La Cans'-- 
eatola" by Miaa Anoa Bll*r; a namoroaa ree1taa> 
tion by Barton Hill : • sotg by Alfred Wilkie; re 
citation of "Annie ftod Willie'e Prayer," by Mian 
Sophie £1 win. aad the comedy of "'The Mexioaa 
Tlgre*«" by Mia* Fanny Oathcart. George Darrell 
■nd W. Barry. If the public come forward ao 
liberally aa the dramatic and musical professions 
havs, ths gifted poetess will be the recipient of 
mo OTfttion wbiob will do honor to San Francisco. 
The box shset shows an immsose number of eeats 
taken. Henry Edwards has acid ever foar hun- 
dred tickets, and Sumner Bacbee baa been equally 
active. The success ol thia welt-merited testimo- 
nial l> secured. 
Benefit of Mis* Jennie I*e«. 

Tn* charming oomadieoae of the Opera House 
will take ft bsneflt to-morrow t zbt. The pro- 
gramme, which appears on oar &ttt page, ia a Tery 
attraottve ooa, and should draw an immenaa coote. 
The box sheet sivea promise of a large attend- 
ance, tloketa are going off rapidly, and it ia now 
certain that t be opera House will be so crowded 
that there will be steading room only after eight 
o'clocx. 
John MeCwdlougb. 

fjr, HoOaJlough win arrive by the ovarlaad train 
to-night. It Is hardly seceasary to add tbftt bis 
trip to the East his dmo a series of professional 
triaatpha, and that ibooeande will welcome his 
ratnro and rejoice at bis good fort mo* 
For Los Angele*. 

The Jake Wailaoe « Little Mac Combination" 
will leave to-morrow for -Los Angeler, to opea 
thtre on Monday evaatng, The troope will consist 
of Li tt le Mao, Jake and George Wallace, Miss Loa 
Irving. Miss Lillie, and others. 
Prof* O 'R«- ax-don. 

By referring to a oard in another column it wil 1 
be seen that this gentleman, who does not intend 
to return to the lLcUment Bast lmmndifttbly, bat 
will tarry with as awhile longer, proooftee to give 
instruction to ptrtiee so that they may master the 
mjsteries of the Inmbleroaloan matio, and will 
famish bis pupiU with a complete eet of maalcal 
glaasea, with directio-a how to tone them. We 
should not wonder if the Professor obtained 
large claases. The Tnmbleronicaa dieconrses ma- 
de sweet enoagh to become fasionabie in private 
par lore. 
B>Ua\ t'nlon, 

The Male and Female minstrels in a brilliant 
first part. Oeseim ana Fritz in their origins! ait 
of "Spider and Fool," Mlaa Jennie Johnson and 
others in ' Sally Ann," and a great variety o' 
othsr performances will be given this evening. 
To-morrow aigbt Johnny Taera, whose t roublei 
haTe not by aoy mease checked hie flow of spirits, 
will make bis reappearance oa the stage. 
Buckler'* Varieties. 

Katie Zoe, Zadie Z?lma, Mollis LaForrest, 
Hagbey Morton, M'lie ttlauohe, Walter Parks and 
Maggie St. Clair will appear in a brilliant olio of 
soaga and dances this evening, and others in acts, 
acrobatic feata and varied specialties. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

A large number of beaatilal birds have been ad 
ded among them a fiaored pigeon from the Solo- 
mon Island, also Vampire, and a St. Benard deg 
from lh«t U»»p ite of St. Bernard in the Alps. On 
Saturday and Saoday the Box and Bag Mystery, 
the pantomime "Lee Uodeates and "Groups Ohl* 
noise. ' 

ANATOMICAL M.USXTjai.— Ou» Of tbe mO§t 
sompiata ^olieouona of the kind In the Unltsd 
■ tat at. comprtTing bandreds of costly sad b*aa- 
ittnl wax modela. Is daily on vlsw (to gsnUemsa 
•cur) tt the Museum oa Montgomery street- Axt 
botiT may b* sre^'ar'T* Krvanf iraajw: 



BaatOvAL.— Madame Olsra Antonls, the Clair- 
voyant Physician and Independent Trance 
Medium, 30 Gear/ * tre* 1, near K- arc;. Consnl- 
tatlons In English, French and German. lo 

War Declared.. 

Some people talk of Cuba, 
And speak of war with Sdmo, 

Hoping ear soldiers will go forth 
And take the Spanish main. 

Bat wiser men perfer to go 
And get an oyster staw 

At the Kockaway House on Market street. 
Bo elegant and new. 

Here m*n can talk their business- 
"While heaped in a pile 

Oystsrs aad different kind of fish 
Ars cooked in arary style, 
i private door on Kddy street. 

Admits the ladies fair 
Wbile t be salmon for elegance 

Makes everybody stare. 
For basir*>s men, and other folks 

It a&- . o- best. 

Tns foot .coed, the priest low 

At 1004 Market street. 12-1 

AD. KBgHMTTA, PropristoT. 



ONKAND TWO. 

BT WXCX S. JAiLtTC*. 

If yon to me be cold, 

Or I bsfsl s toyoa, 
The world will go on. I think, 

Jn-t as It n'sd to do ; 
The clooll will flirt vith the lOOOO, 

The eon will kiss the sea, 
The wind to the trtss will wbisaer, 

And langh ftt 70a and m* ; 
Bet the idq will not sbiLs so bright, 
The clouds will not teem ao wb;ts, 

Xe one. as tbej will to two ; 
Bo I think 700 bad b«t»r be kind, 

And I had b»st be true, 
And 1st the old love go on, 

Jot! as It nsed to do. 

If toe whole of a page be read. 

If a book be finfthad thr jagb, 
8-111 the world msj read 00, 1 think, 

Jojt as it a*ed to do ; 
For otaer lovers will con 

The 1 hgt e tiet we bavp pa'Bsd, 
And the tre.cheroui gold of the binding 

Will gl;t*er nnto the Ian--. 
Bnt Ills bave a lonely look, 
Aod one mayct r*?sd the book — 

It opens onJy t • two ; 
80 I think 70a bad be t« be kind, 

And I bad best be tine, .sraasa-sj 

And let the reading on. 

Just as It used ta do. 

If we who h ive sailed toother 

Flit ont of each other's view. 
The world will sail os, I think, 

Just as It used to do ; 
And we may teokon by it in 

That fl»sb from different skies, 
And another of love's pirates 

May capture my loat prize. 
Bnt ships lonir time togtt'iex 
Can better the t-mp.t weather 

Than any ether two ; 
Bo I think yon had better be kind, 

And IhadbM be iruc, 
Th»t we together may sail, . 

Just a* we-nseVI ti do. 



A Persistent Prodigal. 

A ycmoi? mau in Indiana sued bis father 
for loaned money, wbiob the father claims 
was his own property. The father's counsel, 
in summing np tbe case of bis client, re* 
marked: "Twice has this prodigal returned 
to his father's house; twice has he been re- 
ceived with open arms; twice for bim has 
the fat'ed calf been killed,, and now he 
comes back aod wantB tbe old cow." 



A good brotber in a Baptist Church of 
Miami county, Indiana, while giving his 
experience, not long ago, said: "Bretber- 
in, I've been a tryin' this nigh onto ioity, 
vearB to serve the Lord and get rich" both at 
onct, and I tell yer it/B mighty hard Bleddin'." 

Tbe young .Han from the Base 
" I'm a Btranger In tbla city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oyster* ; -»—-<— 

Where can I get a feast ? 
I've been to all *he restaurants, ; — ——*— 
Bnt nowhere oonld I find, 
A plate ef Eastern oysters, 
Of the old-fashioned kind."; 

" Well, I can tell yon," said bis friend, 
"EiaoHy where to go, 
And where to get your oysters. 
Direct from where they crow. 
Just take a stroll down FINE STREET, 
At 410. below tbe Market, 
You'll see a sign, 'TBE SADDLE BOOK,' 
You can't fall to remark It* ^l 

m Emerson Oorvllle keeps the place, 
The best saloon in town, 
There you can get your oysters raw, 
Or fried so crisp and brown. 
He's tbe largest oyster dealer 
On the Pacific Coa.-t, 
and that he keeps tbe freshest 
Ess ever been hi 5 boast. 

" He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where yon caa tit at ease. 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if yon please. 
A;i the yonn? men of fiehion go 
night to the SADDLE BOOK, 
To eat their EA8TEBN OYSTEB8 I** 
And drink their Bhenlph bock," 

•J. Vogei ey & Bios, new Candy 
Store. 
At 26 Second street near the Grand Hotel, is 
without doubt the most elegant Candy Btore in 
he city, and the crowd of ladles who patronize 
It openly declare their admiration, of the costly 
and magnified. t appoli tmetts of tbe store, and 
praise the quality ef the candies sold then. 
The supply of fancy boxes, cornucopias Ohiist- 
mas tree trimmu ge, and French confectionary 
f r tbe holiday trad*? will be unrivalled. 12o 



ell, Show Card Writer 
de and o. tl je to order. Boom 10 
t- , cor Joati 



s Oleaned. Oortsd and Dyad, a* 
ao Post street. Si 



H. Peyser, 719 Montgomery Street, 

WlsheB to Inform bis filcnda and customers 
that be has removed back again his old 
stand, has enlarged his ttore, and has on hand 
tbe cheapest aud finest stock of Men's, Youth's 
and Boy's Clothing ever opened In this oity ; and 
alBO, % fins stick of Men's and Bov'e Furnishing 
Goods. Don't forget the cumber. Call before 
examining elsew here. 11y 

JEXsvir Goods. 

Tbe cheapest place in the city to boy Human 
and Imit t.on lair good?, Tjys, Dolls, Ribbons 
etc, Is the New York store 110 Second street. 
Agency for hair silk goods, mUe of pure silk 
Mo branch stores. Goods s nt, C O. D, The 
New York ►tire hssbaen e.tablisbed for years, 
and is tbe leading one In the city, 



For Pboto-crayons. 

And reproduction in a superior style, go to 
Sdouard a Cobb. 5A6 Kearny at, near Call* 
fornla, Those desiring any of the above for 
OhrlPtmas presents, Ehould make application 
before the rain sets in, and so avoid disap- 
pointment, satisfaction guaranteed In all 
cases fix 

The Ola Stand— ass* San tome Street. 

Opposite the American Exchange, where the 
public will find the finest brands of Winea end 
Cigars tbe market affords, also a flrst>clasa 
lanoh served from 11 to 3. Mil liken at Daly 
proprietora. lln, 

Beaaembf r the place to buy flrst-clata batter, 
eggs and cheese, u So. 72 and 73 California 
Market ^^_»___ Ut 

F recti and Swaet. 

Psr aba beat ooafectieaary, n to Canty and 
Warner's, U7 Uenuomerr St. near fluMcv, M 



Keeping Bar St reus tb Up 

ThiB extract is from a novel recently pnb- 
lished to England, entitled "A Long Sum- 
mer's Day': "And wfatt resjiman-did he 
order for 7 on ?" aeked Rosamond. "He 
Void me to keep my strength op. I have 
rum and milk at eight, meat breakfast at 
bair-psst nine, aoop at eleves, hoi meat Inn- 
cfaeon atone, with two glasses of port wine, 
tea and bread and butt r at four, dinner and 
two more glassee of wine at half-past six, 
tea and eakoat-nine, »nd cod-liver oil In. 
brandy at nigbt. I cannot do more, oanl?" 
"No, indeed," answered Rosamond, in a 
minor key. "And y*« * d0 BOt ** ftDy 
stronger and my nights are worse and 
worse." She must have been fearfully eick . 
— — ■+- 

X-,lpxriiari'M Great DlaCOVory 

Fropsbly no objeet haa cai'ed forth more 
prtparatlonatjan that of reitorlng and oeau- 
tyfylng humaa hair, ana among all, J.LP- 
man'a wonder nl rtsicrer standi beyond 
question tt the head for efficiency and perteot 
safety. Thia is abso ttely free from 3ngar of 
Lead or Lac 6oJphor, and nevar falls to p o- 
duce the effect d sired; requires no other pre- 
parat on; Is easUy applied, aod is, without 
doubt, the simples*, best and cheeps** hair rt- 
btoratlve In use. Sold by all dragglsta . Gene- 
ral Agents, Ohas. Lannley A Oo„ Wholefale 
Drnggl'ts, Sao Francisco. 1^ 



DIVIDENO NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Odd Fellows' Savings Bank. 

THB BOABD OF DIREOTORS OF THE ODD 
Fellow*' SaviDsa Bank have this day decUred 
a diridena at the rate of nina ana eas tenth (9-10.) 
w-rceat- per aonom on FEBM ANENT DfcPOS- 
ITS. aod at the rate ef seven and three-Moibs 
(7 3-i0)t>sroent. ter annum on SHORT DEPOS- 
iTs f<T th* lemJ-iQCQal term ending December 
31, 1873. pajable on and after tbe 19to instant. 

JAMES HEN'SON, Secre-arr- 
SanFraooisoo.JanQaryS, 1874 j*ii-2w 



OPBBA HOUSE. 

Bush BTBXsrr between Montgomery and Eearv 

OVERVaTHELIVUlVG SUCCESS 

In thU B*,ntlful Tempi, of KmUo, of the 

SUSAN GALTON & JENNIE LEE'S 



ope: 



SO LFi< 'JE3. 



Burlesque and Comedy Troupe 

^^^^_-~^r- -^-^y^s -^-^^^ 

THIS EVEKING JAJTUART I, 

To commeoce witb the Ltuh.ble rue mtltled 



S M 



BOB KATTLEt..„T)ie sx-Obloken, a retired Prizs-Fighter 

SQUIRE GREENFIBLD , 

JuE Waiter at the !, Paroj" Arms , 

MB. BENJAMIN BOBBIN .....Ad Agsnl 

MRS. PUNCHEON Lanolady, "Parcy" Arsas 

DOROTEY The Housemaid 



J- P. BUatNKir 

H D. THOMPSO) 

. JDLE ROBINBO) 1 

WILLIB SIMM 

....MRS. JULIa MELVLLL: 
MISS VAVABOTJl 



ftTEXTTJSE.. 



..OK CHEST 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Savings and Loan Society. 

619 CliY STREET, 

AT A UEENLNO OF. 1HK BOARD OF Di- 
rectors held January 6, 1874, a dividend was 
declared, free of Federal t*x, of Din* l9> p*r ce^'t. 
per annum on all d'poBit*, for tbe six months snd- 
inc December 31, 1ST3, _pa»eble on acd after the 
Wth instant. OYRTJ8 W.OABMANY, 
ja9-2ar CaBhier. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Land Mortgage Union of 

r^.A, California. 

AT A MEETING. OF THE BOARD OF DI. 
reotorr.he d this date, Jan aarj 7 to, a dividend 
Of nine (9) percent, was declared on tba capital 
stock and investing sbsrss sabeonbed prior to tbe 
lat day of Jalj-, 1871, and ten (10) per cent, on fixed 
deposits, and algnt (@) per o«nt. on ordinary de- 
posits, free of federal tax. Stockholders and in- 
vesting members are r<qae*ted to present their 
certificates bi tbe office, 113 Post-Street, to bare 

their dividends entered tbereoo. 

ja^-Sw JOHN T. DARTER. Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 
SECURITY SAVINGS BANK, 

804 SnoioRie Street* 



AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OP 
Directors tetd December JOtb, 187 .adivtdend 
to depositors «>i declared for the term ending; 
December 31st, 1871, at tbe rate of nice and six- 
tan the (9 6-10) percent, per as cam on term de- 
posits, en1 eight (8) percent, per annnm on ordi- 
nary deposits— pa>'bie on and after January 2, 
1874— free of Federal tax 
ja5-2w T. F. BACON, Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

5S* CiaUfernla St.. cor. Webb, 

IjiOR THE HALF YEAR, ENDING WITH 
■ 31st December, 1873, a dividend haa been de- 
clared, at tbe rate of Nine Of per cent. t)er m-ium 
od Term Deposits, and Seven and one-half (";-) 
per c=tnt. per ananm on Ordmair Deposits, free of 
Federal Tax, payable on after 12'h Januirr, 874. 
By Order. LUVELL WHliE, Oasbisr. 

ja -lw 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Savings & Loan Soc'y, 



THE BOABD OF DIRECTION OF THE So- 
ciety bare declared tbe dividend for tbe sec- 
ond half year of 1873, ending this date, at toe rate 
of nine (9) per ceiit. per one m on Term Deposits, 
and seven and one-calf Oh) per cent, per annnm 
on Ordinary Depositf, free of Fedtra] tax, payable 
on and after Janaary 15, 1:74. B; order, 

GEO. LEf-TE, Secretary. 
Ja2-2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE, 

California Savings &Loan Society, 

SIS OAJUlFORNIi STREET, 
Guarantee Topltul, 8300,000. 

THKDIRECiORfi OF TaE ABOVE SO0I- 
etf bave declared a dividend of ten (10) per 
CO' t, per annom on warm deposits, and elect (6) 
par cent per annnm on ordinary deposits, for toe 
terra endtt g 31st Deoember, 1873, (re from Fed- 
eral tax, and salable on ana after 5th Jannary 
167*. By order. D. B OHISHOLM, Seo'y, 

d-9 tjsi 



PERSONAL. 



JOLIA-YOD CAN Gt.T ALL fcjZES FERRO 
types Pictnres tivaei and floiabed ic tec uia- 
otes, raio or aniae. at- WING <t ALLEN'S, 5*8 
Kearny street. A special!; made in ink pictures. 
Yonra, DAVISON. de22-lm 



LADIES, SAVE YOCR HAIR OOMBrNGSt 
T *i Sowers bair ilowers sod faaoy work taogbt 
fo f5 per month. Switofiee, corlp, straightening 
taneled nair, weaving, combings, sUammg curls 
(to., etc, all for 96; switches made from 60 tents 
onwards; slde-cnrls steamed for 15 oeot* ; all kinds 
of work done to order cheep families or classes 
taught in tbe oity or across the hay on reasonable 
terms. Parties wishes to tak? less^na or bave work 
done should take advantage of the time I am bare. 
as I leave for Europe in a short tims. fllO 1-tt 
Howard street, bet New Uontsomery and Second. 
del5-lm 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

aookscU«ra uad S)Lu4.Ioa«ra. 
H. H. Jdoore, 408 MonKomery, near Merchant, 

Butchers. 
KaAa, Fred. StaJla H to 106. Oallf omla Market 

Dentists. 
H. E. Pope, 6 Hentffoaisry Street, 

EmploiaiCDt OSBce. 
Chinese Employment Oo.— Piaroa A Oa. 6Y7 Sac 
ram en to street. 

Hamas HaUr. „ 

Sampson, A. B. i Cc.. iin laeoad street. 

Whit«ieri and Paper HaaBcrers, 
A. W. Wheldsn, 122 Geary street. 

Wioei aad Lienor*, (WnolaasJe.) 
Danart F. * Oo„ 504 Front. 



To conclude with the new and original Burlesque Eat avagai za founded on DIOM BOTJCI 

CAULT'8 great Benaatit/n Drama of the OoLLEEN BAWN, written by 

H. J. Byron, and entitled MTSS 

Mil O'GOUOI 

MILES KA COPPALEBN HUH .J EN. ME LKJ 

A model Stags Irishman— in fact a perfect Pat-na ; with song of " "Wearing «f the 
Careen" and tbe beanttfol Irish ballad, "What will van do. Lovt F" 

HARDRHSS OREGAN liard-op MISS FANNY YOD w C 

KYRLK DALEY Sott-OQirn.w MISS L. VaVAODS 

DANNY MANN A Ferrr-«<n WILLIE SIMMf 

MR. CORRIGaN.,.. A Fore-tloser, amiioas for closer relstionship HARRY THOMPSON 

SERGEANT OTOORALOOLAL A sassiva and unintelligent officer J. KOBIHSVJ* 

JK1A.Y O'* OrVraOJfi A Flower born to blasb unseen and wsate har swaatness 00 ihe 

deaerling heir ...JOHN HOWtOI 

MISa A.1S UHUTE......A victim of Mi : -An-Tropby MiSS FAN.NY GIBSO* 

MRS. OREO An A Lady with a very strong will of her own bnt a vsry an satisfactory one 

other late husband MRS. JDLEA MEL VILLI 

Bridesmaids, Guests, Flaokier. Friends aad Myrmidons of a Tyrannical Government, generally 
ajSjfttrk a termed POLIOS, etc., by numerous Auxiliaries. 

FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 16, 

GREATJNOVE^ 

The Piano Used In thia Theatre la from Sherman & Hyde's. 

*7- OPERA OLAS8ES TO LET at the Stand In the Lobby, 



GLOVSS— Cleansed and dyed by a new process, 
at SNOW'S, 25 Post street. 8z 



NEW STORE. 
T>B"©"w Prloea 

25 PER CENT. 

Saved t>y Buying: Your 

CLOTHING, 



FURNISHING GOODS 



OF 



AYERS & KEITH, 



303 Kearny St. 

Corner T3us3a. 

Next Door to Z.anrel Palace Saloon* 



A Good Assortment of 



GENTS' and BOYS' CLOTHING 

Which w* will Bell LOW DOWN, tt 
BED-HOOK PRIOEB. 

At 803 Eeariiy St. 



AVFES A KEITH, 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 



SHOW 




SPECIALTY. 



ALFALFA! 

lVTCW CROP. 

FOR SALE, OHOTOE LOT OP FINE 0AL1- 
f orn.a-erown A Italia , in lota to suit, for oasb, 
Bt market ratea. Our Seed, nolike that imported 
from Co ils, is D'e aod fres from Musts rd or other 
foreign s*ed. Vsgeuble. Flower and Grass Seed, 
etc., et«. 

50,000 BaHle Plants. 

XQO-OOO GS-unaTree* 

Fine Pliote, I rses, Bnlb#, and all rticiesio tbs 
linu.frueb and good, B^lacdid b took. 

F E. MOORE ' 

Seedsman and Florist, 4*5 Vf abhiutton street, 
San Prnuoisoo, OaMf-rnia. aSlm t 

sbj» Scad f«»r new Oaatulogne* 



^•- HoriiBKrGr- 

WATOH MAKER, AND DEALER IN 
Wa-ebes. docks, Jewelry, Silyer 
and Plated Ware, slanafactarer of Fi»r 

Solid Jewelry. Also, Diamond Setter. \ 

TblrU aad Market Sit*,, Mo. 5, Aneie-i 
Hotel, Boa FfsaclKo. | |ant 
*&• Watohss Repaired at the lowest rates^and 
warranted (or ods year. ,£ J*'- 2 " 1 



COLD-ROOM VARIETIE9. 

•lxteenth St., Cheyesn«, TTyosalsw* 

JAMBS "W ALLEN Proprietor 

JOHN W. DUNNE business Manaaas 

HARRY SPRIGGb btage Mansfer 

HASJT8T 111; EN BEFIfTBD 
and reopened for tbe Fall and Winter Sea- 
son with a nrst-elasa Oompany, embracina: Hany 
Spriggs, the great character aotcr: -Harry Lor- 
raln«, ml'y Forest, Mr. J. W. liana*, Miss Lnoy 
Hall, Miss Miun:e lavif, Miss Nellie Seymoar, . 
Miss Jennie Logan, Frank Holley. George iobler 
and GbarleS Miller, and a lull and efhulent or- 
obeatra. _ 

99~ Lady talent oomlog East can always ssonrs i> 
engagement* by apptylug to J- W. ALLEN. Pro- 
prietor. GOOD SALARIES PAID. ss24-3h 



MPER'S OPERA HOUSE.! 

VUB«IMIA ajiXT, NRVAIIA. 

JOHN PIPER , PBOPBrcroj. 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

NACBAMEJfTO, CAL. 
JOHN PIPER 



BOTH THFSE ELEGANT TH- ATRE8 OAjl 
be rentsd by the nigbt or week. Stars and 1 
traveling companies hberaliy treated with on ap- 
plication to yHtkiS A-xA-ACAt, 



joKtf 



(.'" lo u. jr. aaevA.Asjs.w 

88B Bash sireet, San Franolaotf. 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTINI,i 

ELOOOTION AND DEPORTMENT, 
LADIES PREPARED f« r the STAGE. I 

PRIVATE 1HEATRIQALB AND AMATEUR 
performances directed, bj a lady and gentis- > 
man of more than ordinary axperiSDCe. For par- 
ticulars ap P l F to MR. J. H. MoOABE, 

Theatrical Agent, No. iJ8S Busb b treat, . 
delO-tf San Franolsoo. 



\7\7"-a^«DJT£lXD. 

....AT..., 

McD ARIEL'S THEATRE 

CHEY *'A'NJE, WlOhlA'o, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

ssvrTalent going East wilt find it to their adraa* • 
tage before learing California to correepond with 

J. "MellAMEL, 
my9 Lock Box No. 1. Cheyenne, Wyominf.'^ 



GEORGE MA'YJSB, 



DEALER IN OYSTERS, OLAJfS 
andall kinds of SHELL FISH. 
5i.-..bN«. AO, 41, AS, California 
Market, entranoe on California atraeL 

Pablio or priyate parties aad families suppiii* I 
txom fi Alf. to 13 p. m. Ladies' and flenUsmsail ', 
Oyatar Rooib onan from s a.»<r. toT/p.v 4*771* | 



QP 




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CLAY-STREE 1 
RIDING AGADIMY, 

8S» Day Street, cor. 

Stockton. 

This is tbe most elsraat 
icd commodious Rid lag I 
Academy in the oity ; opaaV ' 
day and evening. Partic- 
ular attention psid to 
teaching beginners. dtSft-Im 

A. MARSHALL & RETT, Proprietors. 



THOB. W. BREE & CO., 

GOLD and SILTEK PLATERS !" 

^9 UlSTTjrACTUBaTJlS sl^aw _ A ' 1 i v 

ffi BRU»rM»JOS,^BVJF' , lll 

'&' — an>- 

BRASS FOUNDERS & FINISHERS 

Ifi 



■■ f mum tlnn on the Bulo ud Dram. 
HISBION STKSBT, Mwlu Vint uU A*o, 

Tt. E.— Fin^ton«l Bihr.r Holfl B»njo, for Pr* 
■Hioiuli ilnn 00 bud. i.15 « 



CANDIES I CANDIES ! 
ax. .a.. anancHH 

oUooIMInn. 8»«y de.oription of 
CARDIES, Wholeamte And KetatL 

018K»«nu Bt.,b5lwwp B«CT»ia«nto ud Oilt. I 
»^ fornifc Mid lSV (Second .troflt, bltlrMD | 



? Tf o«* O P F. T\ A HOUSE. 
jg&i- MIDI' EVERIN JiNUiSI 16. 1174, 



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COMPLIMKVTAKV BBXKFIT 

"9ill» t 

Miss Jennie Lee 



Mm ANNIE CRAHAM, 
Mlu CARRIE WTATT. 
Mr. BARTON MILL. 
Mr. HARRY EDWARDS. 
Mr. B.J. BUCKLEY. 
' tlgnor ■». BACCEI. 
Mr. S. W. LEACH. 
Meeara. WELCH and RICE. 



CALIFORNIA TH1ATR1. 



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REMMELSBURO 
lVI'IL.LILI MAnilD 



SISTERS, 

OAUGAEV 



AaaJ Or>i ae Sells* m fsrtj T > 



THE 



WONDERFUL OIRARDS, 

**-X7«l«iBIIL.I^. JOlilBN. BMIIill. 

In Their Saltatorial Gymnastic Folly called Leg-Mania. 

I»n.Oy. O'RBJARDOIV^ 
Wonderful Tumbloronican Performer. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 

nm >i« /i ik. Imi mi . -ii%. ,j , . . 
rue 0..1 ■■« 

JOHNNY TUERg, 

*V« Btil t to ku m el*'* M CSt) Hi* 

SavS AIM r w« » i "-•»• • » hi* I AlUNiRII 

• B. IT. M BIB. 



THIS EVEMIMO 



UHPARt IS 



TrB> ISBlaiBUMB Will 4 

I1U AMI rrBALK 1INSTRKI.S. 



ninAiir*. 
LOORIMO rOR Will 



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L. A. XT *% y*A. Mnd i» /v i it i , -v i 

la tli.-li- Minrtllnir Donhle Tnpr/.n Act. 

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OPERATIC HKLECTlOMS 

T >Mlll..l'l in. Owl BatI.ki., 

DNILWOBTH 

■mi. or uicutu, 

MIB8 JENNIE LEE. 



I.IMAN 

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S •«. R kRVH'T - The P..-*'*. «■••>!•• 

I th*B>roe 

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THR MAI AD grjBE". ThvPrBipbof I.iti.t B*i 

ft. I 'I* t iii4.lMfittrn«a( Um Qmm. ...^ ... 

ID'S .. A >*-*). .^te*»w?e*t*4aW«Bepp« ...... Mt»A M A'.'.IK M<">K« 

AUfrilBbO A t-.tf -babnier »*• Rhi-i- VH J. ..e.V»l-.\ 

BUaifr . AlieBBeata. ftarle <**itl *taan. -'-. h» ...... M B si R3 PRB1TOPI, H *. K ■ I N *MH>DV Ml-SB* J. BTAftl.BV. F 

MvfioponiiM olHoonory and XnolfloiitH. 

Sj*-**1*».- <lomicH*u. t» RnpBBf'B <Hm.i Sees** 21 - To* Lorli* Smb. Rndi M.— Cavers or tb* Bank*, ef 
IB« Khlo-. 8ms* 4tb.— Taa Grotli oo to* Rbiee ami Nmli Hub. /"allot «f lta« t«i al Vraila. introiaeiag >)• 
B'Bia^lilir- « B1ai«-ra i-illn(ii«i Htl at Qraad TnMr»n. 

AT II "eaMllL-tBI KDBMABIHB UATBBJ*, oW«o« Id —The Stalactite) Hall* of l.arlrl' Praf, 0*Kf>ardaR 
Im hla tV*»R«>r ral laailtiainairan P>rf*rHatf«> Laira nuM H-rrr Clark, Waadfrfil Doable 

Tratpi"*- Ovvbb*** Maillft P-a ale RnaajMr-i. Brnairlihrri B|.(«ra. l*aa df Clerhr*. Karl* OaRfAlr. 
•raiCtRiliL Da««* at iba Naif) >f«pb<. (.rtrml r«brn. 

ACT. L'l BAWrfrrr lliu, IB LoBcBArAKK OaBTIJE 8c«o» M — Aet>-Uhinh*r lo Ihn Oaitld. boor a Id Tha Onaul Obam- 
b*r •— -alh to* BbiBO. LtfRnU j% « t By (be Mlrat-d*. Soao* 4tB.— Ootblo Ubintmr. Ncmi Mb — Uorobaa-aR 
QmTHL * crADd aa**a ocBBBViOB |1« aot ra daplh of tba a'lia.i Brand Mareb of tbe Ahimm aa4 Takoao 

At IV. Bo*»« Itl — InWior of tb» Ouli, Bat** L**t_— • Tba Oailla. Approa«b ol lb* Annual opo* tb* LkMtl*. Tb» 
S*i*4 Q*MB OMKiuan »b4 Iom^vm. Tbe Caallt. Cntoabrd. Haas* af i»a Naiad tja««a. 

U^rni^UA^QilJE^NTkl^^ 

■ GNDAT BTCRUIQ. Jaooat/ IStV OpBTi RlgbL "FAC>T I" vThso tho WOMDEBIUL QtBABDS WtU apptbr, 

by tb« kind perml*i(on of Mr. Bbrton Bill. 

On MuRDLY, Jinntrj ISth, flrAt apBearAOM of MB. 



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LE8 CHAISE. 



Kick.rwD 

Ok«le« ■•leell.". 



THE POLITICIAN. 

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Thl. .Dff.mmcllt I. for \1 M.hU. daring which will bop rlgrm.d 

Daddy O'Dowd; Kerry; The Collen Bawn ; and Arrah-na-Pogue, 

la which thsActor-Dnmitlfct will .ppsir In tho chiracler. orlilnAllj created br him. 



To conclnd. with ths tl .it mg FaAti of II, 
GRACEFUL BBOTHERg. 

WI,hOTW»_, ._. ._. ._■ OmiIb ..kmi Kltcbi. 

Eocued And will thortlr ArriT.. th. b..otlfvl frxicl.ltj 
Artuto aba SvKkOomlo rotoUM 

JMIS8 AlilOB ROBR 

Alio, fit Aoo.ntrlc oom«<H.n and Oomlo Btngtr, 

MR. JDXD. MTTHB. AY. 



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Charles R. Peters & Go. 



IEIL ESTITE WID COMMISSION 

■> ALLTOAUB BkliaCHIB. ADOIIOH. IU. 

fo. 406; California St., 

OVBMiuBBBk of CAhforaiA. 
aUr*rm C »* A*r piratia aoo bai had bailbM 
itb m* 1b Sab Fcasoiico tod lff*v York »od el»«- 
bar* far Unrtr-t»o rear*. 

MB H -bam u tot of B .au 'oollf olea". 

Me DiRbtfol Till** WuUd, 

■ bai 1 hold a 1 irt i Aaotloa B*lo la M iy or Joae— 

Bht IB fB«r proper ty alUr rabraAty In. Hold oe 

I rear aUal IiUI* entil aft«r March Ut: I will 

law for r Market for it, ud b n*w »i>1* of Real 

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SOT SCOTCH 

SALOONS, 

38 Sutter Street, 

And 336 Bush Street, 

ACK OKI.T TWO DOOBC FBOH 
KIAIII ITBEir, 

^.11 Drinlis 
lO Ots. 

0T A COLD WHISKY PUBCH 

A SPECIALTT. 
at Clam Chowder Erery Night 

J. D BWOOS, | DRIOOB 4 TOPPJM O. 
S?i 1 f*!'. Hl w Propri.tor. ol 

<k»-StnM BaIooo I Ba.h-9tr..t 8|I«D. 
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HOT DRINKS 

....FOB... 

Winter _Weather. 

SACK, POW^EXT, 

Htl.l.CI H IKEA, F.tr. 

SPIERS & POND. 

422 SACRAMENTO 8TKEET, 

(Ooe Door brlovr Bkoaobi*.) 

L.TTNOH. 

A. NEW BILL Ok* VA.BK fcVKRY DAY. 

Tbe L'riipri atari of tb* BpUrj A Pood bare par- 

obAMd from 

A FOPVIAB WI1TKU 

Oa GaatroBonr, 

Three Iliindrrd and Tw« ;ve III I la of F*r« 

OoloatolBd to meet the wacu of 

ONE THOUSAND PERSONS, 

Who may therefor* bt c*rt»lo of a dlffarest pro- 
trrtUDBie for 

V.VFU.T DAY IM THK TEAB, 

Soup, Ff-h, Entrees, Joints, etc., 

At *ler*Q oVlock preelMlr, 

4VS SAOrRQivato 8tieet. on* door balow Baciom* 

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alWHlpTG'S OYSTER GROTTO 

KMfl IS", balow KRABRY. 
Wmt Lad 1 ** oad OaaitoBMD. 

•nnlng Pan Roast 

B*1W and tbe Meet IMMaea Dtoh In tb* 
OyaUr line. 



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"THE VILLA," 

At th. tl.w 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tho Botldiojr barioR Jnet bean oomptoted, U 
sow thrown open to (b* pablia Tbo boat* It il*- 
f totly farnfitied. aaJ hi* 

JTouir Public Parlorn, 

-AJTD— 

Ten Private Diuing Booms, 

Tbo whoi* belna h.aili. net like* a poblio hotel 
bot a* It 1* nam*d. 

An Elegant Villa. 

Tb* Villa" in InoaUd at ths Last or north-west- 
ern aato of tbo Park. 

Rplooraan Braakfasts, Dlnnsrs and Bnppera 
preparsd on tb* *bort**t notio*. 

GUDIO MAN6EHBERG a CO., 

PKOPBIBTOB9. lj-11) 



CHRISTMAS CHEER. 

THOMAS P. WALL, 

— or lnf — 

Cosmopolitan Sample Rooms 

>• SO THIE1I ATBBET, 
Ba. Uld in A .pl.ridld .look of LIQU0R8 

For the HOUUAYK ! 

JanlMOii'a Marrowbon*-t«DS DlitiUery Dnblio 
Wbirky. *x *hrp Haratoldt: Qlenlival Saolob 
Wbiiky; Double-DUlilUl (Jl'1 B>o. Kiaapoit Di*- 
tlllary, PltUbartr; Oainoeaa' XXX Dublin bloat ; 
Bats' Barton Pal* Ale. All *kmpl*a l O osnt*. 



AUSTRALIA ANO NEW ZEALAND 

MO. S«8 HAOBAME.NTO 8TRKF.T. 
Known as th* CHICAGO BEER DEPOT. 

CEORCE B. AUSTIN. 

HAVING PUR0HA8RD TBE ABDVE, WILL 
b* nlxasadto M**t all old AUMTRALIAN8 
and NEW ZXALANDERa, tbsir moods and oft- 
irion BBo*rall>, wbo are asinr*d ef a heartr wel- 
cooie and sood oh-er. BUT LUNOtl ertry 6'S. 
PKHK AND KA8Y «Tarr Bstarday EronlnB at 8 
o'olook. V Irs*. -olasa Pianist. Js2-lm 



To the Unfortunate* 

DM. GIBBON'S lUIPKRHABT. 

RO SS8 KSARRY BTREBT, OOnV 
o*r of Commsroial, San Fraooi^oo 
Knlrano* on Oommorolsl ttreat. Katab- 
llsbed in ISM, for tb* treatment and 
ante of all dlMaam of the urinary and 

_ ftenoratiT* O'Eaas. aod all pbyaloal oon- 

ditiunaur weakness cooH*qnoDt upon tbe error* 
or ignorance of tbe aezea. Uktndt**asa (of year* - 
■tandinE) std aloerated l*ss aneoMsfnlly treated. 
Tbe lies and tbe sfflicttd aooold not fail to call 
upon him. Tb* Doctor baa traveled aitenalvelj 
Id Eorope. and lnspeeted tboronably th* rartons 
boipltals tbsre.obtaioiog a crest deal of raiaabl* 
Information, whloh bai* com patent to Impart to 
those In need of bli serrioe*. Dr. Gibbon will 
make oo ohirE* oolast be etTeou a oore. AddrM* 
DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box iWi. Han Franolaoe. 
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ProtrAHmM, And ,11 klod, of Prictln, for 

mow, LKUTOSK. CONOKBT. tu 
ATM Hi OIBOUa lUIAaBU, 

AT LOW KATES, BT 

B. DF'. &ter©1rt, 

SBa Cf.ATT ITBIIT. mkl 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hal 

CHAN. I* STONE, Proprietor. 

No.4l7 Kearny Street. 

Between California and Pine, 
This *l*Rsnt resort, bsa lately been enlarwad, at I 
nowoontatnaenew Bevel tabl**. Tbe b**..Llqoo*i 
and (/igara at tbe Bar. Five larte finely fornlebei 
room*, for olnbe snd private psrliee ootbclrowx 
term* and roles. J*7Jn 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AHD 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

Cnff WASHINGTON BT„ 
OOO below Kramoy. PKIOKS , 
BKOUOKD. Batbs. Vi oent*. 
SbariDf, 35 oents, Hair Ont- 
tioA*, 25 cent*. Bhatnpooiajt, 'lb 
oeou. Medicated Batbs. JOHN ORBIF. 

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I». J. GATELY, 

Formlrly of tbe 

" SUNBURST SALOON,"; 

I* to bs fonnd at 
Hi* Raw Sample Bbobbs, lOlS (MsurfcaB 
Straett epi»oalle Firth, ^ 

old frif-L-Ji end thopnblio«eae»Wlr will 1 



ned hare tlw oholostt breeds of 



MILITARY GOODS 

....un>. .. 

GOLD WD SILVER THEITRICaJ 
TR1SSUGS, 



OO TO THE WINDSOR 

BOOT AND SHOE STORE.g 

SOS* Harart Street, 
N**r Fifth. 

I he Larweib assortment for Oents, \ 

Ladles and Ohlldrso, 
at ths Lowest Prloss. jiVlm M. F. WALSH, 



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319 BU8H 8TREET, 

ALHAMBRA HOUSE. 

THIS ROUSE, BB1NO OEWTRALtT M 
loo.t.0, our All tb, p.iooioU Uot.lt. R 
Re.Uor.Qt «od plloe. of A.BHBiiit, ■ 
Btruicr. en Bod ,ood. oomforMDl., pl.w- ■" 
rrt ud .Mcut room. Al r..«o-..bl. prion. 
OOM-tf 



LEAKY ROOFS, 

Tin, Asprialtam, or Bos- 
ton Mastic 



Sand orders to H. Q. FI8KE. 
809 Market alreol. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And College of Medicine, 

111 fll'ii'i BEAUTIFUL AND rNSTRDOT. 

1U.UUU iveobjeots to be seen. Open to ths 
Pebllo DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HAU 
BIB MontEomory street. FOB MEN ONLY., 
sbt-Db, Jobdab'h Pbztatb Omoa Is at »*1 

Geary stroet (opposite old M*obAnio* J Pavilion). 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROIRING OCEARf SURGING BRE.KER5 
FOAMING SURF, "OUSTER SEfl LiORS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lucohes, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WIFEI 

BRING YOUR FAMllft 
BRING YOUR LADY FRIKNIWI 

Andenjoyarlew of th* finest OOKAN PANO 

BAMA IN THR WORLD, all In eifbt of 

the wortd-rsnowned 

Golden Gate. 

With a fleet of whlt&>wlnfted meseenaers enterlnc 
from every part of Ibe oommerolal world. 

Swr-New Lin* Bnssss, eonnaotlntr with Street 
Oars at Lone Monotrin every 1ft mlnates horeafBSr 
for the Oliff Honsa jyl-tf 



R. MEN D EZ, 

No. 19 .1 Geary Street 

XIEED HON, 

FltEK AND BAST ,.,ry 

Satord.r .T.oiQfr ,t 8 o'olonk. 
B«.t Wloo, ADd L'qaor., Th. 
"Old Sport" will .Iwar. b. o. 
o.od to ant hi. friends. 

Joffl 




The- Celebrated Pan Roast 



CANDIE8. 

b ob ths ronm atmt 

BiMA. OAodj VmAott dodrj. All 
ndMkMpMiAllrfromUi. ooutrf. at. aWM 

■ull 1WI BonMNrj M- owSilw 



ALL BOirOS OB 
■■AtosSAW BiMA. 

MPWdAllj from 



FRKD. KA.TZ, 

Bane ard pobx 

butch m. 

• 1 to tee o»it n.rt.1. 



SOLOMON TEBMORE'S, 

Stall, ST, SS >.d 39 O.hforol. M.rk.t. 
(Hotr.no. on Pin, Btr..t.) 
SSf F.-.ill*. And IU.Uar.nt. .applied .t .bort 
DOUoe. d.lT-lo, 



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J. O. COMBES. 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

Cor. SmoaA AUAd Tekui. rtf rt.. 

torT.rr.plo oomtAnti, oo bABd, 
fOrrur, In .Tdrr .trU, PSTVATB 
kBUPPZR BOOKS VOB PARTIBS, 



MORACHANA LYNCH. 

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TIIEATK1, MIXATKKI. AKD If AAV 

QIKBADK BKQl'IBmiKSlIS 

WaOLtSALE. 

TlgoU, Pod*, H.rlianln, Olowo ADd AolrnA 
Dre...*, Hull, Bp.rgl.a, AOd Oftld .od Bllnr 
TrlooiloAS. NATHAN JOSEFS A OO., 

oon fl*l Ol.j StrMt, 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LAOIBB' 

mihiorabli hair omttic 

HulUnnl to 
844 WABHUQTON ST. 
Foot door, bolow Btookton ittofl 
Hnirwork of All DoKriptloo. DUd, to ora.1 
OnATAM mod.r»t«. 1.11 IA> 



9. 



MINNIE WILLIAMS, 

PB0F188I0MAX.LY KNOWN AS "LITTLE 
M»HlBV'-1b.* ioreoll. atreee. with tb* 
London Star Company, last beard of tn tbe Meat 
Indie*. Is Implored to write to ber Rtoth'r lo Baa 
FrAnoiaoo, OaJrfornla. TbeaUiBAl i*Rrn*la are re- 
qatsted to m ake a not* of this. fstt-tf 

WELCHMEN AHOY. 

ar jobibb' BUBtmi ut a tos Trraiot. 



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-J>rn.<tnl and SttS Wnablntrton Hi: 
'.«!«-» Montgomery. Stn F7»b.cug... 



FRIDAY JANUARY 16, 1874 



Chorrhend ligc. 

Iq Plymuatti Charcb, Sunday morning, 
Mr. liceiittr refused t > Kivo a net <e in the 
folio wkg ohar*ci>rietic and BtiCbeMlke 
manner. H** aa"i<J: "I am rtquibtad t< 
gite a v.i t c--' which pnta me in a Utile diffl- 
co'iy ; 1 doa'c want to, and I do want to. 
The Amaranth Di am a tic Aaaoctation wUb 
to give a benefit, in ihe Aaademy of Moeio, 
next Satarday ereniog. Tbey wieh to pa> 
all the expenais tbemeelven, and giro ■!] tbe 
receipts t-> tbe poor of Brooklyn. Now 
the p or to Kate alt tbe money tUy o in git, 
] don 't want toadrortiie a t!ni»'i:cil com- 
pany, and t ■eref-Te I th»\\ not give t' e lo 
tioe." (Grcai latuh'er.) 

Jolly Old School Boyi 

The Finca*tle {V» ,) Herald ttlls ofa Joily 
Crowd of babies 'hat o> ; in fiat region re. 
bently. Mr Ail«m Ferguson, of Amsterdam, 
Va-, who is seveiitv-sne year* of *g«. Tiflit d 
tola moi .er in Appomattox Coonty, Who will 
be one hocon-d years old on the 6 h of Jan. 
nil, Tbe good old lady was delighted to 
fee ber boy, aud to promoto h.'a pleasure 
determined to give him a parly, wblcta ate 
did by iuTiting seven of AHen'd school. 
mates to dine. Of tha oight schoolboys 
thus bmaght together Allen was tbe your £. 
est, tbe other seven ranging in ^ e f r om 
a^venty-five to eighty-Are ' r%Tii 



•«pp?d. 

""How old are yon ?" asked a St. Louis 
jaaice tf a bridal candidate. "Eighteen," 
replied tbe girl, who looked fi v & years 
younger that. "In wbat year were yen 
born?" oiotinutd tne juotice. Tbe girl 
stammerel, blushed, and gnetsed it was in 
1859. The hard-beat fd official thereupon 
refestd in perform tbe ceremony, and she 
went out counting on her fingers how much 
elghleeo from 1873 left, to as to be prepar- 
ed for te next trial. 



A Couple Who Agreed. 

A besot ful Instance of ur , aaimi ty of spirit 
and perfect accord of view* is eeen In the 
cue of a certain married couple in Maine. 
It was a cold morning, ar d be wbsd 't going 
tojget up and bu Id tbe fire. Her opinioiie 
and intentions coincided precisely, and for 
Just t irty-oine hours there was nobody get 
up out of that bed. Tbeo tbe wife, not 
wishing to appear obstinate, yielded, and 
they ate a large breakfast. 

■ - m ^ .. -i ...- ■■-■ 

P«ac«cfHlnd. 

"John Paul*" 0. H. Wabb, tho versatile 
correspondent of »je Springfleld Republi- 
can, sayr. "Amid all the tafeguards of tbe 
domestic beaitb, about which so much has 
been written, I know of none quite so sore 
as to marry an ugly woman. One can then 
bind his brow with the sweet gailinds of 
pews seoarely and leave bis wife behir. d him 
for two or three days! with tue serene confi- 
dence wbicb a obrist an feels in four tees.' 



Asjba Xj Waugaman^ New Sil- 
icon, 
Corner of Hil.'o a and L^ldesdorff street?. 
Large a'd? ommoliun* saloon col t. ally lom- 
tad, wltfi ante room p, supplied with tbe beBt 
brands or Lliuore and CWire; boui.t--.on8 tact 
lunch— tala gre.t s^eolalty— 'ervei from 11 a. 
m. 1 1 2 p. M , and a cold lunch at ;er war Je. Drop 
maid"bdet> t1*fled." labh 

Do Wot Surfer trom Corns. 

Tbe unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bun- 
one, Clnb and Ingrowing Nails, can And Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. fl. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, 310 Kearny (Street, from 1 to 6 F.at, We 
*■*•»« from experience, having tested the Doc- 
tor's capability, fieternncen wiver ifrequirea. a 

Ur. Dotaerty 

Has dexote'l hla study more particularly to 
ohiosio and epectfio practice, and as sneb Is 
DOW the raort imoceesful ol any Physician In 
Ban Ft»uoi&cq, Office 519 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leldesdorff, a few doors oelow What 
Obier Hon** I 



Uoorv, 

Formerly of Russ House Carriages, can be 
lonnd In front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
■abHsbment, eonthwest corner iftish and Mont- 
gomery Kte., or Dexter a tables. Oarrlase orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
ar night, at re^neM rtw. ¥ r a 



Holldny Hat*. 

Certainly a new bat Is about as pleasant a 
holiday gift as caa be imagined. There la an 
Immena* atock of Hut* to telect trom at "The' 
Hat St re, 6i7 Washington street (second bat 
ttare fcolow Kearnyj. Tho newest styles a rja- 
sonabla prices. 12-j 

A. i*)i«a«a.Tit ij<»tacion. 

Persons desiring coa.'ortable lodgings in a 
Central location, ataouK visit the Alhambra, 
and Inspect tbe fine suites of rooms to let there 
The building la a verv fine one and is well 
Ushted and vmtnatad. , 

Tno Mr.tlnoo Fruit Stoie 

Eeepa the chrlc-et varb ties of domestic 
and Import d finite jallle*, confectionary etc., 
inde-Ue-t t!ie loweet i ta>. Pore, healthy 
Apple Older, f.eah from tbe press every day. 
l*v. 409 Bush street one * nor above Kearny. lr 
How I Mace S^O. 

By buying my bed-room set of furniture of 
J. A. Sbs & Co., 107 Market a; reet. two doors 
from Third. They stll Furniture 28 per cent 
Cheaper than any other dealers. I tried them 

all. 12h 

m 
Hs. L. JAiXFwns, so. 240 Kearny etroet, 
Hew and 8e nd-Hand Olothicg, of all deicrlp- 
tlons,bought and sold, Store cloaedonSat- 
urday until. 6 P. M. rs 



San Jose People at tlie "Naiad 
Queen.*' 

You k»» obaerve, a? tho short-skirt-d 
coryphees skip on, wreat'ied til in smile', 
how Elisabeth Ann became* cn'msm, and 
even Josh bimseH redden&> litiaCAb nt t e 
roots of hie hair. Offended, you say ? X t 
at all. Ttey came t- ore to bare their pto- 
coLceivelideaa of deo.-um outraged a lit- 
tle, and tfce flushing, though invt>lna , a*y ( 
is none ih^ 1 -es a part ol tbe programme. 

"Idodeclarr," WitisperB Elza»eih Ann, 
after a lit le, 'Tnis is real awful. If I'd 
bavo known wbat it waa I wouldn't a' 
come." "Xo more would I," respond- 
J<B". Bt'lh of which a:e amiable fic- 
tions on t.epirt of tbofe concerned, te 
Josh bal gone secretly aud a one tbe week 
before (oo wl.icb tcca'ign bedidn't flush a 
,i El zabtth Ann hae had every de- 
tail in ad\ir-c? from her c usio Eliza Jane, 
whose fc>*au— u city Mluw- sends ber tlol eti 
once a we^lf. 

Tie above i* w;M the 0n< \ >p Courier Bays 
about country people who v;»it the "Naiad 
Qu?ea" at tha B b.od Theatre, but it is a 
jerfctt descrip'ioa of t -,e manner io wbicb 
tbe San Jiss people wLo vi.it tha Califortiia 
Ihtairc b*l avr. 



Tea and Pr«y«ra * 

Fasbioaahlj Chiistl«lty in London U 
groniog io te smnBtng. People a e now in- 
rt.d to prayer meetings prtciaely as invited 
to a tcciO eoiiee or sn evening party. The 
HtW M'!e Q^rop'ol- prints tbe following 
traDfOrjpt uf a C^rd wbic 1 ; it bM rfiCGlTe-J; 

"Mr. and Mira propose (D, Yj *C 

bold % Bible reading on— — tTEning at 7H 
o'clxk, when ti:e fiomrftoy ef friecdi is re- 
quested. Subject, Ik'v. II. Healing from 
7 1-2 1 ■ 1-2, Morning dress.'* A writer in 
the Broad Oburchnaa states that he got a 
card of invitation, whicb^ae f*r aa tbe body 
of it aas concerned, might I ave applied to 
a dance or card patty, but in the corner 
wbere tbe obaracers "Tea and P." After 
awhile be discovered tbat the cabalistic 
sign stotdforTea and Prayers. He went, 
aud when he found them hauding Bibles 
round on a tray, be left disgusted. 



A Grave Leaton. 

We learo from an exchange fast "a 
young man in Missouri while riding on 
horseback on Sunday w;ti a gun in his band 
accideDtlly shot himself in tbe lung." There 
is evidently a very important leeson con- 
veyed by this catastrophe, a leeson wbicb 
should be laid to beaitby everyone, and 
which we hope will be deeply impressed 
upon the minds of all who hear of tbe event. 
We admit at tbe outset tbat we do not know 
precisely what the lesson is. It rr ay te a 
warning against carrying a gun when pi-tola 
and bow and arrow* are eo cheap; it may be 
a w«rniog agaiuBt riding on tbe btck of a 
bor&e where ibeie is plenty of room to sit 
on bia heed; or it may show tbe folly of a 
young maa taking bis lung along with him 
wben be hie a gnu, or tbe danger of carry- 
ing bis lung in tbe same band with hla gun. 
But no matter. It is there— the lesson is— 
and persons who don't want to be shot 
through the lung in Missouri on Sunday with 
a gnu, will heed it. 



Tbe smallest women look hopefully to- 
ward Hymen. 



Oyster*. 

In strolling round the other night, 
To look at-'Frl&co by gas light, 
uur careless reat , by chauoe did stray 
To wnere a fountain's oeaBelesa play 
Of sparkling waters, made a screen 
Through which a aweet bouquet was Been ; 
While mosey stone and pearly shell. 
O'er which the waters softly fell, 
Made that window reem to be 
Rome fairy grotto of tbe sea. 
Stop," Bald my friend, "let's go In here 
It looss so nice — and try their cheer." 
"All right," 1 bald, "I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
Ro sooner bad we round a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish— 
Said tbey had almost any dish 
That we mien; name. We found it trot. 
And cooked magmjictntty, too; 
All kinds of oysterB, Juicy, fat. 
Cooked every style; Just think of that, 
And tf your mouth don't water, then 
Tou"re different from other men. 
They'd olamsand oraba aud terrapins ;' 
In fact, vs found tbey had within 
That cosy place all kindBof game, 
Ft'eh, flesh or fowl which we could name, 
While every dish was, I am sure. 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladles, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That tbey have here the best ice cream; 
So here tbey flock, the little sinners. 
To get what they call "such nice dinners,'* 
Whoever doubts thiB let ritm rush 
To three hundred thrrty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again, 
Faclne Oyster House. 337 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

OHABLS8 HAAKE. Proprietor. 



Important to Smokers. 

Few men In 8in Fnnci'co are aware tbat 
he enterprising firm of Kahn & Haaa are em- 
ploying white famaleB labor In the manufac- 
ture of their Cigars. The vary beitmat?rlal ta 
ostd In tbia establishment. o*ll and convince 
yourself at 773 Market street, between Third & 
Fourth Etreet. Finest brands Havana Cigars 
constantly on hand. n-i 



The Delicacy ol* all Seasons 
Ib B. F. Bukxcb'b Olub Sausage; Its fame has 
apread far and wide throughout the land. The 
only place to obtiln this celebrated Sausage it 
at stalls 74 and 76 California Market. 1 Iz 

A. Really Choice Cigar 

Can only te obtained at the Orient tl Olgar 
Store, 229 BushSt.oppositiH r;antlle Library, 
where the very finest Havana cigars and Tobac- 
co are alwayo on band. 12-d 



Dental Work, 

Fob rorxax qcilitt or woax, go to T. O. Jas> 
sup, dentist, cor. Sutter and Montgomery, over 
Tucker's, _ s-u 

Mai Bachert.the Artist. 

(Late of Saroni's in New York,) now with 
Bradley s Bnlofson, is issuing bis Elite Por- 
traits. L 



' John Smith Creates • Sensafloa. 
j John Smith has been getting iDt) trouble 
again; this time m Chicago. The Ioter- 
Cvean of Deo. 19tb, says: "Dariog tha ptr- 
formance at tbe Academy of Music, 
d«y afternoon, wh 1°> Hies Ada £ennmrnt 
was smging one (f ber charming baracckt*, 
two individuals near tho door became en- 
gaged in an angry altetcitioD, which eoou 
rem tad iu blojra. Several persona in tbe 
paiqott rcse in their feats tj db cover tbe 
canss of tbe d!stnrb&Lc j , a-.d, their atten- 
tion becoming mors and more absorbed, 
B-ver.-l itieie also became Interested io a 
hke maonsr. It wa$ not long before evtry 
person iu t e parqu> t was standing up, and, 
cf course, those vuy near tbe ttage became 
frightened at tbe excitement, not knowiDg 
tie en' 85. The c:Lt.gion spread to tbe gal 
leiies, which vere \ acked, and, fearing tbe 
worst, a large number left their scats to go 
down tie btaiic.se. At this point, some in- 
dividual, who shoo Id tare been arrested, 
y .U-.d "Fire !" Tbat cry caused tbe great- 
est confusion; ibote to U[ yiug tbe galleries 
made* *ro.»a for the dcor, and tbOBe in tbe 
pat quel seemed ucdecided wLeiber to go or 
sUy. Mies Bcaomont's laugh— eba had 
stopped her song— re-as«nred them; aud, 
seeing her perfectly a lf-pOiseseed, tbey 
gradually returned their seats. Tbe indi- 
vidual who trigioated tbe disturbance was 
a i rested, and g ve fa-'s namr — John Smith. 
It required firee t fflcers and any number 
of "sopes" to convey him to the MadiBon- 
«trofrt station, ard while On the way there he 
was abused by the offl.ee in a shameful 
manner." 



Tbe girl cf this age is unfit to be wed who 
don't undeis and bew to make nice ewtet 
bread. And a man is a dunce who a f a t- 
ner w 11 take who don't understand cooking 
coffee and steak. 



A bride of fifteen aud a groom of seven- 
teen managed to aBtonisb a quartet of Mich- 
igan parents receptly. 



Blow matoh— Wedding a t;r long oonrt- 
Bbip, 

_ — ♦ 
Ladles In tbe koovj handsome curlages may 
be seen any time during tbe da; In front of 315 
Kearny street, near bush itreet, wafting (for a 
few momente) for a dozen or two of those cel- 
ebrated Written Visiting C>>rd", so elegantly 
irxecu'ed by John P. Dwyer. card writer for the 
3rand Hotel. N. B.— Cards wtitten, engraved 
>r printed io the latest and mo;t fashionable 
tyle, bandkerchlefi mark d, tt-noil pla'es 
i«atly cut, and monograms engraved and 
wlnted. J n^ 

The Art ol' D4uVil>g and I>e- 
p<-»rtmf ii t . 

T .use who appreciate culture will be glkd to 
learn that Proferaor 0. H. Leetir bas opened 
an Academy for tha purpose rf t-a.hiog, not 
only (Jancior, but those graces of deportment 
Without which no one can enlne In society. Prof. 
tester Is a thorough mssier of bis arr, one of 
:he best on tbia »lde of the Boeky Uountalns. 
OiassBB are held at Grand Oeitral Hall en tte 
corteroJ Sixth and Maakt treets on Mondays 
and Thursdays. 

Go Wiiere tlii» "Wooobine" 
Twiaotn 

And partake cf the lexer es t> be touud 
there. The be t of Eevaonable hot punch©.- 
of all kinds, "wonderful" luce! e? every day 
and night Private parlors, gentlemasy treat 
ment by tie proprietor of the "Woodbine." 
Geo. Collin, No. 1 Uo-ton itrett, one dO£r 
from the great thorjughfare— Eaarny street. 
Call! la oh 



Happy Wew Yo«.r. 

For Bon Bodb and Mottoa Jbx your New 
Tear'e t.hle, go to "The Leading Candy 
Store," George Haas & Go's, 20 Kearny ft'eet, 
near Market. Their di-play of bollaay fancy 
fioodB will tot illy eclipse but former extii .ition 
of tbU very popular nrm. Thry have also Im- 
ported the most elef ant a^soitment of Fr^och 
dandy Boxes and Cornucopias ever eeen in this 
oity. ^^_^__^ 13b 

Special to Ladlee. 

For dreaama>lng in all Its branches and the 
latent atyl-ee, call on Mrs. J. 3. Walker, at siu 
Post street. Terms reasonable. 3 Oj 



Oorbnttarand cheese wa bougtt at Obsp- 
man's,72an1 73 Oatlf^rnla M.rk-t. and pro- 
nounce It superior to any In tbe m rt er, 12v 



Watches, Jevfelry JBtc. 
Of every deaoriptioD, at tbe very loweet prices 
H. A. Oallender'a N. W. corner of Second and 
Mioirinn »tr»«ta. W»tohea oarefally rco^ircd.SP 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Z>.A.OZZ , XO 



:aijIi 



GRAND CONCERT 

COMPLIMENTARY TO 

Mr. FRANK GILDEK 

(Tbe BriUitnt Am.rioan PisolBt.) 

Next Friday Evening, Jan. 16, 

Aaaiatod bv Etnlcast Vooat T^Uot and 
PROb'EsbOR O'BkARDON. 

Tickets One Dollar 

S?ats Reaervad withoit aitra oh\r«e, at 
bHERttAN A HYDE'S Maiio Store, ja'2 



TUMBLERONICON ! 1 

DBOF, M. O'REARDON, NOWPEB- 
formiog at tha O&li'oraia Tbeatra o D hla 
beautiful instrument, the T UMBLEROX1CON, is 
prepared to farolah parties with a complete aet of 
slusea apd give instruotlona thereon. Address 
or call at Oalilornia Tbaatra or CoimapoliUn 
Hotel. jaW-lw 

SAN JOSE OPERA HOUSE. 

B. A. DetJLCTf Lemee 

pBIS THKATRE CAN BE RENTED BY THE 

• ni*bt »>r week. Flrat-oiasa ul»nt libarillv 

trsaUdwlthOD "pnlioation to H. A. DeLAOY 

ban Joae. or to J, H. UcCABE, S9»Bfctsb BtreaC 

Ban Franolioo. j 4 ^ ' 



ART ASSOCIATION. 

OPCMIKG OF 

V.INTER EXHllilTION. 

THE GALLERY OF THE BAN FRANOIROO 
Art AB3ooiatioe.aiO FJKE Sl'RElS l\ 'a now 
open to the* pntilc d*tlj, from 10 A M, to 5 p. M , 
and tiom 7 to 10 p. M. 

A aplaodid ool'eoiion of 

CASTS FROM THE ANTIQUE 

I- oa exhibition for th-- Br*t time, •mbmoiaeoiaDi 
c. f the mt.51 (»mon% Greek »t-.:nn »cd Pirihenon 
I'nizeBiilieroa. AJ^o more tbca 

One Unndred OrlgIn.il Oil PalxUns*, 

Incladinc the celebrated piotore bj Jacobs, ol 

"»AKNOSf AND DELILAH," 

Season tickets, admirtio^g'sMeniftn and Uuly, W 
birele hdotlneioo. 50 «euta. dlCtf 



That Gorgeous Furniture 

....FOB THE.. . 

HOLIDAYS 

HAS ARRIVED. 

OOMS and SBB XI?. 
CALIFORNIA 

Furniture Manf g Co. 



220 to 226 BUSH ST. 

d'elt-lm 



NEW GOODS 



Attention, Good LirersS 



proprietor ot the Minora 1 Res- 
t&aract, has taken the management 
of both the Miners' Reeranrant oa 
OommercuJ street and the Minero* - 
Braaoh on Market etreet. Oar Bills ot Far* 

smb-^jo all (be delicacies of tho seaaoa). Osi 
sotto is "Good Ears, Good Oookins and Hodaratt 

rnniMwt ** 

P. HEROKa A *JO. 

MINERS 9 RESTAURANT, 

»81 and «»8 Oommerotal. cr* a 
V«9 Market atraat. 

Opes ram o a.ac to 10 p.il 8628-tf 




Dr-. HTENLEY'S" 




At the State Fair, Sept. 1873 

THE OILT BIL1ABLK TO1VI0 

AND RECUPERATOR. DOHT BE MISLEAD BY 

LONG ANO POMPOIU ADVERTISEMENTS, 

BU f USE THE IDKB-TRIED ANB ONLY 

Sure Invigorator 

KNOWN, THE UNPREGEOENTEO SUCCESS 

AN) IMMENSE SALE OF WHICH, FOR 

THE LAST FIVE YEARS. PRCVES 

IT TO BE TH ; 

KING OF ALL TONICS. 

Read Phteioians' ceit'Hcate attaobed to eaob 
botele. Ex mtne BWornetatemeDtiof ooreaeSeot- 
d. on til - at ■ bo office. 

For tale by all Druggists and Liquor Dealers. 
H. EPSTK1N A- t'O., Woe Proprietor*, 
G:8 Front BtrceL tcl" 



S. F. and N. P. B. R. Co. 



CHANCE J*F TrnKIE 

ON ANt» AFTER DEO. I, 1973, THE STEAM 
or AMTKLOPK. oonuectiog at Bonanna i-and 
log with the San Pranolsoo & North Peoiflo Rail- 
road Uompany for Oloverdaid and all lotermedlat 
fltfttiona, will leive San Francisco daily {bacdayi 
exepbed), rromFroct street ^barf, at » P M. Re- 
tnrnlnR, the train will leave Cloverdele daily at 
6:06 o'clock A.ai . coiinectinp at Dooanue *ith tire 
steamer and arriving in Sao Kianciaco atlI:UQ A. a;, 
loe ateamera and cars mak» close oooceotloni 
witb stages to and fmra all iioiots 

No more bUNDAV EXOURSIONS until for- 
th er notice. 

V9- Kor all information apuly at the Oompauy'a 
offlue. HtH HoDtanmen etreet. 

aplS PETrR DON AflUE. PrestUent. 




Business Contiucted on Fait 

and Honest Principles. ' 



ALL GOODS WARRANTED AS 
REPRESENTED. 



New Good9 ArriTing Daily, 

THE LARGEST STOCK AND LOWEST PIIBI 
CF AHY HOUSE IN THE CITY. 



CLOTHING, 
COARSE and FINE! 




THE UNFORTUNATE MAN WHO 
DOES NOT. 



UNDERCLOTHING, ALL GRADES! 



turn 



White Shirts for the Millioa. * 



B 







14 Geary Street, near Kearny. 




DEPOT Or* *v n » a.m. A tLAaUtlft'S 

BAY BREWERY BEER. 

* Cest. a ei.ir. 
»sl8^« oHBl^gBIJOIM i aN. 



-ASOT GOODS, WATCDI!, 

JEWELKl, KOTIODS, riFW 

PIUFIJIIS, StiTICVeBT, I 

ENGLISH OITLlBy, T1II1K1, M 

B1CS, T11ISE1, TOBACCO, «C 



H 



A FOL1. 1INE OF 



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Rubber Clothing 



OAtI i»D SEE FOlt TOmlUI 



'TWE Blow our 

own Horn 
Because 
We Have 

Got A Stock' 
That will 




Admit IT. 



IXL Auction Store, i 



618 Kearny St., 



Corner ot • 







• ah ra«NMa, raioAT. mi am 



xix. 



QiERiAID 


HOUSE. 


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Farn • 


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LI AM IRA THIATSI. 



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£■■8 GRAND OPKRA. 



(..,. t»«w r »T «T T«» 



L*l«im, SUNDAY EVBWINO, 
-Jl 1, January 18th, 1874. 



MMRfcl 
OTHIffc, 



K and :.m 



t&vm 



BDCAGUtRE'S 

CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 



IUL1 »»l> 



x' a. x\ t riiiar 

I ...Ou». T ark. 



I Oo>m> hill i . 



IBSX tABBBI 



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FULL CHOPUIird ORCHESTH* 
DOIDUTOR rriini»«de»-K»bbri 



' -Mil ikar M*) <WM| fjaurt e to 

.. I I ♦« 

»r u.« |. mia.ro i r at tui'i Bin. 




'» »l<x> 

uaLo otLAiom 



IK Tltr IITOII ACT 

(AMD SOLDIER'S CHORUS. 

PRICES Or 1DMUSIOM. 

•«. a* m aia 

at ■• 

..10) €>■!. Kilr* 

M run 

..aa o.t. ritr. 

HdMtt 



:HA8. 8CHTTZ .... Business Manager 



JA«I AHY ia 



■ 

' II PUT 

lll.l ^ >HIII>tl 

J. •• "'ITHil 



(J rand New Flnalr Hit ire Corapiaj 



r» j*. n t hboonij. 

OOTJBL.E a X H 3F«.^)LjF»JrD2Z.jHS ! 

»T TUB WONDEin I. 

SIEGRIST CHILDREN! 

LOUIE and THOMAS, Aged 7 and 5 1-2 Years. 

I REALLY SHALL EXPIRE! 

By the Favorite Artistes, Messrs. WELCH and RICE. 



In Her Bud(ot of Sougi And Clinncoa. 



<3- I R A. IT 1 r 1 IU BHOTHEIRS. 
By the Croat Acrobats, SWEATNAM and MANNING. 



In His Creat Specialties. 



«TI»T»t.. 



OIKHOTki 



TLe parlormftnoe to conclude with 



THE SIEGRIST TROUPE 

And Their WONDERFUL DOC8. 



BUCKLEY'S new VARIETIES 



MAMMOTH PROGRAMME. 

DOUBLE VARIETY CO MB I HAT! OR. 
RATI V / < i e. 

rifwou ZlrAuiirulLiAdlra 



TMI» [Vmn JAHVAHT m 

■ •*!• WIU C«toflMaM Oil, ft 

FIRST P.RT OF WIT. SONG AND FUI 

>ia*4.ax mil IWVAlllTT WALK Alton*. 



n.n .4 

■ i* f . » « • 
H.n.a 

l-sal Hits 

R«M*s 

fl i-» BtasWej 

QKSMM ••*»■•■ 



•file Hl..rh« 

Welter rsrss 

M.« f lr. «M. I |*l. 



TBE MYSTERIOUI RESTAURANT 

r. ■•rt.s.ara . OesatT* Feetet Asa 11 THnr 



Trrailr*«r*aa 

Helled 

R-vnaj wed Hm fp 



1.177.11. MAMMON 
b>s1 man** 

SW * Mellle Laforftt 

< osafr SW-ng- rssDy WfbriW 

• olrN Bja*«1*l <• ■ Iletr* llfTif 

Urteea- KeSlIc KelsBM 

A1KONATII KITS LK«N MMfSKLL* 

r..«.r, tieoee Menle ttretaee- 



THE INTELLIGENCE OFF CC. 

Pars' D.aoa And Her I store 



aasajsj . 

Ifcena. >hsI« , 



•*•**•• Fester 

l-em Dliaa 

SODI k.iu /,«« 

■•■sj Meajpjte •*. < l-lr 

Rotable Polka. Wrbiltr asd M'lle BUeeJee. 

COMIC ROMOt II77.ii: IIAHMUN 

MOHTIMOH JH7. 



The Other Fellow. 



PflolO Hoib.) HO. tOM 

J*ka....e. Balcbtr ... I >on Hamw.lW 

Collector Ws, ur Parks 

Jib .. one of the Boys Fraafc Vott'mote 

Jars. .. .bis Slsur st»M.« Brswsi 



NIK MODKL UHISIIIO HOLS3BS1. 

' Oer. tfOs-SMrfUl 



M.TMPIC HOUSED* -*•" 



pwate tb« riaao 
It ALITOR A OOTBZLL. 



A 
gre»» 

Tiriety 
01 



HAT$ 




HATS 



in a 
great 

/*n«t/ 



At the I X L AUCTION STORE, No. CIS and GiaO KRARW STREET, c«r. Commercial. 

SNiNiVSjjjjjjBfl-ajjflSflis-ATaViVBVS^^ 



COMEONE! COME ALL! 

I^OTHK OPPOSITlORPaOTOORaPH OAir- 
LTitY, Oti-. MtrKatatrsst,. I'tie Oo-ai Uai-DtA 
Rambrnn ti oarda, fl <i«r dnuo ; Oabiosi, fi ssr 
dozen. Giv* mio<ll and w« »r» •■'• toplaaM 
yoo. W.ll.DVEKmd 0-OROB R WUlKsra 
tha arelUVnowo and pcuaUr o.iariter*, - oil ,1 It, 
WfLb'iUn 'KV.Pr^prt-'or. Oia^-llDat) 



BTH1IG. ILL BB 

ilrts f<rr 1he Mill 

„, H0TIJ.il.'" 1 

,c»ii,» i1,im ' 
jUIIMW""*' 



California Ahead of the World 

W00LErGO°OS. 

||pBK OMrERSIOlgD IB IN RIOtfPT OF 

tr»« fr.im l-,« Mi"., ud wIIImIIIq loUlO.oit 
l,aa N.w Mo^icim.ry ttrMt: 

UEII M. MAIN. Ac.ot. 



au 



ier 



IB.W 

Glotbis 



U»l»« 



I«t»« 




THE OLD 

EtOt SOOtOll, 

IS Mortot Street, nesur Kearny, 

%J1 Drinks. Ten Cents 

Hot Prinks a Specialty, 

l W. S. WAXDROR. Propnstor. 




SBILADSLPBIA KKm „ UKANT AND OYH- 
tar haloao. BUROOLD A HPhINQHH, Pro- 
■Is tori, 400 PlDo street, betwesn Montaomery 
id Kearny atresia. Haitern or California Ujs- 
ra sarrad to etsry style : also all kinds of Mests 
•oksd to order sS*" Prtvsta Saloon for Laoies. 
sassopon till 1 A, 11. Kaasillss aod Ra«t*ar*nie 
silled at sboit aottoa, J»12 




URF GALLERY 8TABLE 

OBITT»IID«H A OALTOK. ProprlMon, 

IS IWhr .krc«. ItlrkWi: 

BAM FRArTOIBOO. 
rkn Itflrt •»••««« of tJM Oiul 



.** 



«OOB WQlk l m w F ai eai I 
LOVEJOY A WILLIAMS, 

law raaiomiraic saluit 

I t— A»^,r "I..I. QPW.lt. WbH. Mu^. 

v.% 




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lMEICHiCTY 

Single Outside RociriB, 

— WITH-^— 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Mattrasses, 

AT TUB 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

411 H.V,\HOMK BT2ZET, COB. OUT, 

AT 

Shirty Cents par HiTlsKkt 
And Lchk t>y tlie '^eelr. 




A NEW HAT STORE 

On Montgomery St. 

NORIEGA" 33 35., 
PRACTICAL 

HATTERS 

628 Montgomery St., Near Clay, 

NAM FSAMCiaOO, 

WE tTOOM) RK8PiJlQlFULLV INFORM THE PUBLIC 
sod our tamercjU* rutrona tba.t rr« bs?J rpj ed our cow 
sod el-Rant elori on « OlfTOOMKaY r-TRKBr. noar ( Isv, where 
wo trill <jr)bstsntlF to»pw. hard cue FlNfS •' A8-S0K' MtvNT 
of UaT> »nrt CAPS bvcroff-"'d totbo ci'iz^rs of Ibe Psolflo 
O oat t. and at prl ■ s wtnot) Willdefy oompi. itmrj. 
Wb nm i,l o prspsnid tomaka to order all iU-) Latest Styles 

of Hats ^il f'ur.pB on wtinrr, i P'ion 

OLIiANIKG Md KICPAIRINGaestlr ADdpromntlrcxnoatSd. 

N B. (Ve v ill iu'll liODMuue our Ptore at ibe -Id Hand. No. 
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TMPAY JANUARY 1G, 1874 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 

California Tueatre. 

To-o'Sti., at tbt nattae* tc-morrew, cad tc- 
aonow Diubt, ibe public will Dare opportunity 
to wiioeii the "Nat id Queen," with tU corgeoas 
BCsoi-iy . bf aatltol billet, Wonderful Girardt. ud 
other at'.raciiona. Altar ibe lut dubmI day lbs 
stage will be cleared, the Lnrlis Berg will rnab 
«at eftlgbt, tb«Dmpha will to more dicport Id 
earil cavei. and tbe "Naiad Queen" w II la? dews 
tbeeoeptre wblob ib» bu wielded with euon 
gno i for mew moo-be. 
Opora Honao. 

Ad immeoee bill will be preaeated at this hooie 
to-algbt, wbeo tbe'. reir cltvjr conedienno and 
• parkJaff borlaaqae ac.reaa, Misa Jennie L«», will 
take ber benefit. Tbe performance wili com- 
aaeece wltb tbe fare* of "B. B."wltb J. P. Bor. 
aatt la bit admirable impereoaetlon of Bob Bat. 
tlati nil will be 'o lowed br Welob and Rice m 
their ioin iuble eon* end daaea of tbe"0'Sbaagb- 
raitr Guards." alter this tbe tbird act of 
"Loaioo AMaranoa" will be presented , with Mm 
Ancle Grebes. Barton Htil, Beery Edward*. Mus 
Oairie Wratt.E. J. BoclcUj, and J. P. Bomatfc 
ia Uieceet. NealSigaor Pietro Baooel will ap- 
pear in operatic teleoiions, end tbe parformuo 
will conclude with that fannies, of ell baleiq-tta 
"Kenilwortb," with HUa JannleLaeaa "that no- 
ble lord tbe Earl of Leices.Br"end John Howaon a* 
Varuer. t neb a bill for tbe benefit of each a fav- 
orite should crowed tbe open Honse to OTerfiow- 
iog Tbo naaal matinee performance will be given 
•o-morrow. 
Alhaimbra Theatre. 

BaUa or ehlne thla favorite theatre fa crowded, 
ai indeed It abonld b», with inch a Company en- 
gaged there and snob a programme as ia praeent- 
*d. Altera first part ia which Billy Sweatees., 
Billy Manning. Ooa T. Marpby and o there appear. 
tbe 6 itgnt t Oblldran will perform on tbe tranesa, 
"Welch and Bios will appear is "I Beally Shall Ex- 
pire,'' Ella Weanar in oharaoter aonga, Sweatnam 
and Manning ae the "Giraffe Brothers," iotro- 
dnciQg their original veraioo of tbe "Big and 
Bsx Mystery," and tba Slegrlata and their dogs 
ia a laughable d ivertissament. This vsry at I raoi- 
.lvsentertalnmfnt will be presented at tbe matinee 
-to-morrow. 
Opera Night — California Theatre. 

Od 8a i day evening Gonnod's opera of "Panel' ' 
■will bs prelected, with Madame In« Fabbri as 
Margarita, Signor Pietro Baooei »a Fanst. Signer 
■ Jfoivlo Bigo aaMepniatopbeles, Signor Carlo Or- 
' laadioi as Valentine and Mies Anna Elxsr as Sie- 
bet. By permisaion of Barton Hill the famons 
Girards will appear in tbe fair scene in ths BCOnd 
act and will introduce their sensational, gim- 
dvetio lolly entitled "Ltg-Maaia." The California 
Theatre will be crowded on this occasion as it wsa 
iaat Sunday. 
Platte Bail, 

Th> benefit of Miss Iaa D. Ooolbrilb , at this hall 
-laat Bight, was a snooess. Tbe attendanoa was 
large, and many tickets were sold which were not 
presented at the door. A note was read, at the 
doaeof tbe entsrtsinment, from the beaeflciary, 
teaderlng h#r thanks to thou kind friends who 
bad made aba affair a sacoeea. 

.Pacific Hall. 

Te-nlght tbe talented pianist, Frank Gilder, 
late of tbe Madame Abbs Bishop Concert Troupe, 
will giveaConoeital this Hall prior to taking 
bis departure for the Bast. Ha will be aesiated 
br eminent vocal talvnt, Mrs. Howell. Meeara, 
■ Marar , Maguire, Tippfitts, atadfeldt and Camr- 
bail and by Professor O'Besrdon with bis Ttun- 
bloronican, 
John Me "nllonfih. 

Mr. MoOallongh arrived last night bythaover- 
laod train, and waa serenaded at tbe Oooideotal 
Hotel by the California Theatre Band, in connec- 
tion wttb a namber of volunteers f rom tbeorobas- 
trasof tbeAlhambra Theatre and Opera House. 

Bella Union. 

To-night tbe favorite Ethiopian oomedisn John, 
er Taorr, will reanme bia old position as end maa 
at thisboaae. and will also appear in the laogba- 
'Meskatohof "Red Hot" with Tommy Barton and 
Fred Ritchie, and In the burnt-cork farce ef 
"Poor Old Maids," with Matt Kelly, Obarley 
jVlokersoaaBd Tommy Bree. Tbe psiformsnee 
will eonclnde with tbe start.iog feats of "The 
flraeeful Brothers" by Nicksrson, Oaaum and 
Bi tehie. 
Buckley's "Varieties. 

'The Mysterious Restaurant." ' Tbe Intelli- 
arenoeCfflie," Mo rt .more 'a eketches. Miss Liza's 
H irmoo'a ballads. Leon SamwoU'e feata and the 
ajream tag faroa of "Tbe Other Fellow'' are among 
the attraction! at this house for to-night. 
•Woodward's Gardens. 

a. large number of beautiful birds hava bsea ad- 
led amang them a taored pigeon from the Solo- 
aaoalaland.alao Vamoire, and a St. Bsnard dog 
from the Heapioe of St. Bernard in the Alps. On 
Saturday and Sunday tbe Box and Bag Mystery. 
the pantomime "Los Modsatea and "Groups Chi* 
jcoise, ' 

Asatomigal Mtjsztjb. — One o! the most 

enonptete eoileouona of tbe kind In the United 
states, compriaiuft hundroda of caitly and bean- 
varei wax models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
only) nt tho Museum oa Mon'^omery streau Ab 
bear ou be orontaMv eoent ber*. 



►■LOST!" 

De:d eabei dropping irrmthe flr*. 
ind d'ad leaTOi dropping in the lace, 

And la my b art the dud d*iirt 
For Summer days to shins agnlo, 
eiacab.t or loia brings lliltrpalo ! 

T:e flre dies In tbe dl»rral gr. t«; 
Tbs shoyt day ends In locger nigl t : 

My heart aobe i nrlth lt« leaden weigh t ; 
Long grief aacoeeda my short delight--- 
And htr swe t faca Is ooid and whit - ! 

The faded fiowtra aro ljlng low ; 

Tae swett fliTer of my life la abed ; 
Throcgh dey< of weariness and woe 

My heart wilt sorrow for the dead, 

Betatlng t > be comforted I 



WaUslBfr Waa Her Paaslon. 

Tfce New York Diapatob is reiponaible fof 
the following: 

Mary Ann BoggB, a resident of George- 
town, ia a young woman of strong impulses. 
Boo ia very fond of dancing, and the round 
dances are her partioniar forte of plfasnre. 
Indeed It is only when her waist Is encircled 
by a ooat-sltere, or in yery hot weatber 
a shirt-sleeve, and bar feet beatng a 
devil's titt jo to the melodious friction of 
hor*e-hair and feline intestines that she is 
entirely happy. There is for her no greater 
heaven than to gaze into the bine deeps of 
her partner's eyes, and watch the love-light 
as it dances from feature to feature in tbe 
erer-c banging dance. Imagine tbe grief, 
sorrow, gloom , despair, wretchedness, an* 
gdlsh, agony, torture, &c, of Mary Ann 
when ber father opposed her dancing round 
dances, on tbe e c jre of modesty. Instantly 
this "Mollie darling" was seized, surround- 
ed, covered, it.boed, permeated, ic, with 
emotional ineaoity. She grabbed her gocd 
old dad by his boots and dragged him down 
stairs feet foremost. Tben she fixed up, 
went to a ball and danoed eighteen roan d 
dances. The old man ia now quieBoent on 
a camphor and arnica diet, fie did net 
make calls on New Year's day. 



Borineas and Rellfflon. 

A newly converted farmer at a llethodiit 
revival in Mains managed to tell tbe Lord 
of bis recent experience and at the eame time 
to throw in some valuable information re- 
spiting bis live-stock, fie prayed as fol- 
lows: "0 Lord! Thou knowest tbe light 
burst upon me, as upon Baul of Tarsus, all 
of a sudden, as I was going out to feed my 
pigs, (and by the way, I'vagottwo beau- 
ties.)" He sold both beauties after meet- 
ing his pious brothers in righteousness. 

The people of Montana oalled it "the 
natural park of the Yellowstone" until Con- 
gress bad aooepted it, and now they want 
$100,000 for "improvements." 



The Toonjr, BLaMl from Che East, 
" I'm a stranger In this oliy, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oyster .i ; 
Where can I get a feast ? 
I've been to all the restaurants, ] 
Bat nowhere coald I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters, 
Of the old-fashioned kind."] 

" Well, I can tell yon," eald bia frr?nd , 
"Ezaotly where to go, 
And where to get yonr oysters, 
Direct from where they crow. 
Just take a e troll down FINE STEEET, 
At 410. below the Market, 
You'll see a sign, 'TBE SADDLE BOOS/ 
Yon can't fall to remark It. 

11 Emerson Oorvllle kefps the place. 
The best ealoon In town, 
Therd yon can get your oysters raw, 
Or fried so crisp and brown. 
He's tbe largest oyster dealer 
On the Pacific Ooatt , 
And that he keeps the freshest 
Baa ever been hla boast. 

" He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where yon can sit at ease. 
And eat your California stew. 
Or Eastern If you please. 
All the young men of fashion go 
ctigbt to the SADDLE BOOK. 
To (at their EASTERN OYSTEBS 
And drink their Bhenlrti hock." 

J. Vosroley £a Broa. new Candy 
S3 tore. 

At 26 Second street near the Grand Hotel, la 
without doubt the moat elegant Candy etore In 
he city, and tbe crowd of ladles who patronize 
it openly declare their admiration, of tbe costly 
and magnificent appointment) of tbe store, and 
praise the quality of the candies sold there, 
Tbe supply of fancy boxes, cornucopias Ohrist- 
maitree trlmmltge, and French confeotionary 
fc r the holidty trade will be unrivalled. 12o 



War Declared. 

gams people talk of Ooba, 
And Bpsak of war wltb Sdiio, 

Hoping onrsoldisr* will so forth 
Acd tak« tb« ttpsnisb malo. 

Bat wiaer man perfer to go 
And gat an crater et »w 

At tbe Kocka?raF Honse on Mjrket street, 
6o elrg-inl and na<*. 

Hera men cao talk their basiness 
While beao*d tn * pile 

Ofatera and different ktod of nab 
Am oooked in every styls. 
A privatsdooron Eddf street. 

AdmtU the ladies (air 
WniU tba saloon for elegiacs 

Makes evenbo^y Etare. 
For bnainsaa m?n. and other fo Jr.3 

Itnaverca- be beat. 
Tbe food le nocd, tbe pnoee low 

At IDOi Market atreeU • 12-1 

Kd. ELuehmee. Proprietor. 



II. Peyser, 71» Monigowery Street, 

Wishes ti Inform hlsfrlcnda and customers 
that he has removed back again o hia old 
etaud, has enlarged hla i tore, and haa on band 

the ohc&peet a^d Quest atook of Men's, Youth's 
and Boy's Olcthing everopenboln this city; and 
also, a una stick of Men's and Boy's Furnishing 
Goods. Doa't forgtt the number. Call before 
examining elsew here. 11y 

Hair Gooda. 

The cheapest place in the city 1 1 buy Human 
and Imtt tlon hair goods, Tjye, Dolls. Bibbons 
eta. 13 the New York store 110 Second street, 
Agenoy for hair Bilk goods, mile of pure silk 
Ho branch stores. Goods s nt, O O. D. The 
Ntw York tt>re haa b;en e.tablished for years, 
and la the leading one in the city. 



Tht* Old Stand— 881 Sonaome Street. 

Oppoalte tbe American Exchange, where the 
public wlU find the finest brands of Wines end 
Olgar* the market affords, al?o a first-class 
louoh 6err rom 11 to 2. Millik?n & Daly 
oroprietOTS. 1IJ * , 

McDowell, Show Carl Writer 

Beady made and m^e to order. Boom 10 

008 Market street, cor. Poet and Montgomery U 



PJCATSBBI w'laaced. Oaraed and Died, at 
aA'OWS, Ho, & Post ataeei. fix 



For Photo-crayons. 

And reproduction In a superior style, go to 
Edonard at Cobb, 506 Kearny st. near OalU 
fornla, Tboae desiring any of the above for 
Christmas presents, should make application 
before tbe rain sets In, and bo avoid disap- 
pointment, satisfaetion guaranteed In all 
cases Ci 

Ba mo van.— Madame Olara Antonis, the Clair- 
voyant Physician and Independent Tranee 
afedlozo,20 Geary itre.t, near Ktamy. Coninl- 
tat ions in English, rrench and German. lo 



Ee_emo*r the place to buy nrst-claas better, 
eggs and cheese, is Da 72 and 73 California 
Market. _ 12v 

Frsihaad Sweet. 

Far the beat eoiJeetieBarr. ft* •• Oaatr and 
Wagaer'a, 107 Maawooaarr 8V aeer Suttat ■ 



Shopping in London. 

Prenica Mulford sajs: "To let a woman 
out on Regent or Oxford street wtiont t 
ke.-per, is for her to return in two hours 
without a shilling and in another hour a 
van drives np to y ur lodgings laden wijtj 
herpuxobases." 

Livman's G«at DlsCv»v.ry 

Propsblf no object hia cot'd fonh more 
pr paiaUonstlian that of rettorlag and Deau- 
tyfylng human balr, ana among all, J.LP" 
man's wonder.'ul r.e;crtr stands btyot-d 
question at Ibe bead for effldescy and nerleot 
safety. This is absolutely irxe from Sagar of 
Leader Lac Sulphur, and never fails top o- 
duce the effect d aired; require j no other pre- 
paration; Is easily applied, and is, without 
doubt, the simplest, beat and cheapest hair re- 
storative in uae. Bold by all druggists . Gene- 
raj Agents, Ohas. Langley A Oo„ Wholesale 
DruggUte, San Pranci^co. lv 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



UNION INSURANCE COMPANY. 

DIVIDEND TfOTICE. 

AT A MEETING OF THE BOABD OP DI- 
reoto-s of tbe Union foenranc* Oompioj. bed 
Janntry iS, ^87a a dividend (No. 24) wai declared, 

parable at iho office of tbe Compacy on and altar 
toe 13th inatant- CHARLES D. HaVKN, 

Seoretarr. 
Ban Franeiaoo, Jan oar; 12. 1674. j a 16-2w 



DIVIPENP NOTICE. 

Odd Fellows' {Savings Bank, 

THE BOABD OP DIRECTORS OF THE ODD 
Fellows' Savings Bank bave this da; declared 
a dividend at tbe rate of nioa and on* teatb (9-10) 

Far ceo 6. per annnm oa rEKMANTENT DKP08- 
TS, and at tbe rate ef seven and tbree-teotbs 
(7 3-:fl) par cent, isr annum on SHORT DEPOS- 
ITS fir tbe nemi-annoal term endiDg Deoamber 
31, 167;, pajable on and after the 19th iD&tint. 

JAMES BENSON, Secre'arr. 
Sen Franoisoo, January 9, 1874. jxi3-2m 



DIVIDEND NOTICE, 

Savings arid Loan Society. 

610 CLAY STREET. 

AT A MEENING OF 1HE BOABD OF DI- 
raotora held Jantiarv 6, 1871, a dividend wsa 
declared, free of Federal tax, of nine (9j prr cec t. 
per aonam on all d*posit*, f tr the eix tnontba end- 
iDKDeoember 31,19:3. payable on ard after Lbs 
15th instant. GYRUS W. CABMAN T, 

ja9-2tv Cashier. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE, 

Land Mortgage Union of 
California, 

ATA MEETING OF THE BO*-RD OF DI- 
rect<m, he d this date. Jan aarj 7 th, a dividend 
of nine (9) peroent. was deoiared on tbe capital 
stock and investing shares sobsoribed prior to tbe 
1st day of July. 1871, and ten (10) per cent, on fixed 
deposits, and elaot (8) per cent, on ordinary de- 
posit?, free of Federal tax. Stockholders and in- 
vesting members are r<qo>sted to present their 
cartifioatesattheoQee, 183 Post street, to bave 
their dividends entered, thereon. 
ja?-3ar JOHN T. OARTEB. Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 
SECURITY SAYINGS BANK, 

804 Sanaome Street, 

AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF 
Directors held Deonmber *Jth,187 , a dividend 
to depositors was declared for tbe term ending 
December 31st, 1871, at the rate of Bine and slx- 
tantbs(9 6-10) peroent. per an cum on term de- 
posits, and eight (8) per cent, per annnm od ordi- 
nary depMite— payable on and after January .2, 
1371— free of Federal tax 
ja5-2w T. F. BACON, Seoretarr.' 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 
San Francisco Savings Union, 

a O 5 California St., cor. Webb, 



I |»OB THE HALF YEAR. ENDING WITH 
Slat December, 1873, a dividtnd baa been de- 
clared, at tbe ra*e of Nine(9j per cent, per annnm 
on Term Deposits, and Seven and one-half (T.lj) 
per oaat. peranonm on Ordinary Deposits, free of 
Federal Tax, payable on after 12th January, 874. 
By Order. LUVELLMHllE, Cashier. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The (reraan Savings & Loan Soe'y. 

THB BOABD OF DIRECTION OF THE So- 
ciety bave declared tbe dividend for the sec- 
ond bsHyaarof 1873, ending this date, at tbe rate 
of nine (9) per cei.t. per ana m on Term Deposits, 

and 6even aod onB-half {"-:) Der cent, per annnm 
on Ordinary Deposits, free of Federal tax, payable 
on and after January 15. 137 1. By order. 

GEO. LEITE, Secretary. 
1*2-2 tr 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

California Savings &Ioan Society, 

£10 CALIFORNIA STREET, 
tauaraatee Capital. 8300,000. 

THEDIBECIOR5 OF THB ABOVE FO0I- 
e y Cave deolared a dividend of ten (10) per 
cett, per annum on term depoBite, and eigot (8) 
par oent per annum on ordinary deposits, for tbe 
term ecdiDK 31st December, 1873, tree from Fed- 
eral tax, and payable en ana after 5th January 
1371. By order. D. B OHIfiHOLM, Seo'y, 

d-9 IJ31 



PERSONAL. 



JULIA— TOO OAN GET ALL SIZES FEBRO 
trpes Pictures takei end flrtisbed in ten rain- 
ntea.raln or shine, at WlhG A ALLEN'S. 5a3 
Kearny etreet. A speoialtj made in ink pioturss. 
Yours, DAVISON. de22-lm 



LADIRS. BAVE YOOR HAIR COMBING St 
wax flowers balr dowers and fancy work taught 
for ft5 per month- Switches, ouili, atralsbtantag 
tangly.a hair, weaving, combicgs, Btramlnc carls 
t 'o , etc., all for J-» : switches made from 6ft cents 
upwards; eide-corla steamed for 15oeou;all kinds 
of work dona to order cheap Camillas or classes 
t&tjgbt in tbe city or across the bay on reasonable 
terme. Partlaa wiahaa to take lessona or bava work 
done should take advantage of tbe tuna I am here, 
aalleavefor Knropeina ahort time. 610 1-4 
Howard street, bet New Montgomery and Second. 
delS-lm 



S.F.BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

BMkNUwi aa4 Itott.Mn. 
EL H. kloor.. 609 MontfoiDNT. Mil MirttUt 

Batchers 
Kits, Vreo. BUU. M to 100. O^lforaU kUiM 

Pejllrtl. 
H. S. Popo, < llnwomiiT SttMt. 

Empl»r«Bt Oatee. 
Ohloeto anolomant Oo.— Ptoroo 4 Oo.. an 8m 
mneoto a tj.pt. 

EamHilr, 
Buipua. A. B. 1 Oo.. UO iMonl stoMt. 

WUUaeri and Paper HlBMTf. 
i. W. Wb.ld.». ID OouritrMi. 

Wum mm* U<>« tW MI m l ll 

Hurt nokiUMi 




Oa whioU OCOHlao tio (oUowJog m t'.Dgalshed vo'ntt er; will tppssr : 

Miss Annie Craham, Miss Carrie Wya t, Mr, Bartc 
Hill, Mr. Harry Edwards, Mr. E. J. Buckley, Signor 
P Baccel, Messrs. Welch and Rice. 

THIS EVENING „ JANUARY* 

Tj commence with the laa^h.ole Farce entitled 



9 M 



J"JE .Waitsr at the ;, Peroy" anas 

MB. BKNJAMIN BOBBIN An Agent 

MH8. PIJNOHKON Lan lady. 'Psroj*' Arms 

DOROTHY Tbo Housemaid 



tl. P. BITRllEl 

H D. THOMP81 

JULB HuBINW 

WILLIK SlaO 

...MBS. JUi.lt> MELVIL 
MISS VAVAbOl 



WELCH and RICE in their inimitable O'Shauglmessy Guard! 



A t,r wblsh the 3d act ol 



LONDON ASSURANCE 



With the following powerfcl cakt : 



14I1T *>A"»T SPi)iKE« ; 

GRAOB HARKAWaT , 

el« BlBMIar COTTllXl.ET' 

DaZZU 

OB.kLtB 0DBTLB7 

DOLLY SPANKHR ...;.-.... 

MAX UiRHAWAY 

OOOL , 

siGNoTpT^AiDCaiiirrrTii^ 



Mini AXXK 

Mlt»s IJARRIK WYA1 

IEHBY KIIWAKO 

cABTOK B1J, 

B J. BDOKUt 

J. P. BUBJlll 

H D. TBOMPSu 

JULE R0B1N80 

. OPEE ATIC^ELEiiTIOMi 



To conolade wltb the BarUeqae ef 



lIILWilfll 



QDBBW KIJZ4BETH , 

JtABL OP LEICESTBS 

AMY ROBS ART 

BIB WALTBR BALBIQU 

TBEV1LL1AN 

DJOKIt OF tiUaBhX 

JANET 

VAKNKY 

WAYLAND SMITH 

MICHAEL LAMBOURNE.. 

TORY FOSfEE 

Gairda 



..Ooartl.r. .to 



H. D. THOMPSO: 

«I>» JM.MI «.«, 

MISS FANNY OlBgUl 

MISS ESTHER WILLIAM 

MIS8 FANNY YOU"! 

MftS L VaVA ODI 

MISS MoOABl 

JOHN HOtvgan 

WILLIE simii 

J. RO3lN«0« 

F. FUZJAHlt 



Tbe Piano Used In thiB Theatre ia from Sherman. & Hyde'a. 
IB- OPERA GLASSES TO LET «t the Stand in the Lobby. 



GLOVBS— OlMDeed and dyed br a new process, 
at 8NOWS. 25Poa t street. Be 



NEW store:. 

BTe-w Prices. 
25 PER CENT. 

Saved, by Buyinjf Your 

CLOTHING, 

J ■ K ••..AafD.... 

FURNISHING GOODS 

.OT..»e. 

AYERS & KEITH, 



303 Kearny St., 

Corner .BilfTl. 

BText Door to Laorel FaaUce Saloon, 



A Good Asaortmaat of 

GENTS' and BOYS' CLOTHING 

Wbiob ws wiU tell LOW DOWN, at 

BED-ROOK PRIOES. 

jS%.* 808 Kearny jNt. 

Comer BoBb, next door to Laarel Palaoa 
Saloon 

jsIQ-lm AYEBS <k KEITH. 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 



SHOW 




SPECIALTY. 



ALFALFA! 

NJB2W CROP. 

FOB SALE, OHOIOB LOT OF FINE OALI- 
loniia-growQ Alfalfa, id lota to salt, (or oaah, 
at markat ratal. Oar —d. nolik* that imported 
from Chile, ia flne and f rsa from MmUrd or othar 
foreign a«ed. VtgaUbla, Flower and Graifl Bead, 
etc, , etc 

5O.0O0 Saaale Plant-. 

XOO,000 CaVxutML Tree* 

Floe PlanU,TM«,Bulba, and all rtlclea la toe 
lino, froah and gocd. Splendid fctock. 

R E. MOORE 

BeedamaD and Florist, 4»5 Waahlssteo atr*>et, 
Ban Vraaolaao, California. n5-loi 

•BrScae: far new Oaatal arrne. 



WATOH MAKES, AND DEALER Uf 
WatetaM, Oloaki, Jawalrr. Silver 
and Plated Ware. Mannfactnrei- of Flat 

Solid Jewelry. Alee, Diamond Bettar. 

Tnlrd avad Market Sta., No. 5, Xaieaaw 
Hotel. tAmm Frmmeleea. 
19- Trefeel.ee Baaalred at the lowest ntetfMA 
wariaatedforoaaefee*. 



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COLD-ROOM VARIETIES, 

Sixteenth St., Oherenne, TFyoanla., 



...Propriet* 

..Bnaineae Manaaa. 



JAMES "W ALLEN 

JOHNW. DONNE _, 

HaRRY SPRIGQS autre Manila. 

HASJTJST llKJEJC BETITTI1 
and reopened for the Fall and Winter Bee- 
eon with a Orat-olasa Company, embraoinf Harrj 
Spragga, the sreat charaoter aotor; Harry "~ 
raine. Billy Foreat, Mr. J. W. Donne, Mlea 

Hall, Mlaa Minnie I'avl*. Miaa Nellie Beyi 

Miaa Jennie Loaao, Frank Holier, George ToUea 
and Oharlea Miller, and e fall and efnolent or- 
eheetra. 



iv law 



__ Lady talent coming Bait can alwai_ _ . 

engagementi by applying toJ.W. ALLBIi.|^e* 

prietor. GtJOD BALaRIEb PAID. r. '24-3 a 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

■vauumiM. omr. inua, ' 

JOHN PIPER PBOPBODJ). 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE; 

I' IMS lACBAMMTO, CAL 
JOHH PIPER 



BOTH THESE ELBGANT THrATBES QAIi 
be rented by tbe nltbt or week. Star, wall 
tr*.«ltD« eompaoies Db.rslir treated with oo aa. 
pUoatloo to ,_ a.ruLM A'AA'Jt^al.^ 



jotBtf 



Manager ana Bole Proprietot 
i»r to 3. U. MtCAlfi:, 
88. Bun street, Ban FraoOTaaat 



Or 



IKSTRIJBTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTUM, 

BLOODTIOir AND DEPORTMENT. 
Ulna PKEPABB) for the STAGS, f 

PRIVATE THEATBIOAL6 AND AMATEUB ' 
p.rforroanoes direoud, by a Xfig and centle- 
man ol more tbsn ordinary experleooe. Por oar.' 
tlonlare spplr to UK J. U HOOABS, 

Theatrical Agent, No. .88 Boon btreet. 
delO-tl ban Franotaoa. ! 



McDANIEL'S THEATBB 

CDETMKE, nlOhlKO, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEU 

ta-Talent goint East ertll find it to their adTaw- > 
tage before learing Oallfornla to oorreepond with 

j. H.ouia, 

or9 Look Box No. 1. OfasreDo'e. Wyoming, 



GEORGE MATES, 



andaU kinds of SHELL ElBU, 
BUJaNoa. AO. 4,1, AS, OeUtomla 
atarket, entrance on Oalllornis etraet. 

Public or prime parttee and families ssppllti 
iron 6 Aja. to 12 p. M. Ladiae' and Gentlemen* 
Ors*ar Boos, opan from fi ajc ta 13 pjr 4*771, 



'^alBgfaV /TL 

forni^^Bter 
street, ^awaw 




teaching beginners. 



CL.AT- STREET 

RIDING AGADEMT, 
88. ciny Street, ear. 

Stockton. 

This is the most elegant 
aed oommodlona BidKaT ' 

Arademy in tbe city ; opea i 
d.y and ereeing. part**' ■ 
nlar attention p*id te 
d.2«-I« I 



A. MARSHALL ± BJETT. Proprietors. 



THOS. W. BREE & CO., 

GOLD and SILYEE PLATEB8 

^A»8> llAHnTtorrriiM asajiw^^a I I 
^Jr BIPAiliBIS e«HSi]R 

45? DRUBS, BANJOS, T&+J 4 

*«*>* — igft- 

BRASS POUNDERS & FINISHERS 

atTaSIOrf «*SaTlhe 

N. a— FU*-ton*d Surer 
eestonalealway* on hand. 



SaooxWL 
\Banjoe for Pra> 
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laanaf aotnras arary doaerlptloa of 
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PLATTS NEW MUSIC HALL. 

Orand Conipliiiiontary Besell 

MADAME ANNA BISHOP 

Thursday Evening. January 22d, 



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SIEGRIST CHILDREN! 

LOUIE and THOMAS, Aged 7 and S 1-2 Years. 



BUCKLEY'S new VARIETIES 
MAMMOTH PROGRAMME. 

DOUBLE VARIETY COMBINATIOH. 
lutlful Lndloa 



•A rilHDAT AMD SONDAT CVCNINOa 



Tk. Tr*.»l. Ml Own . 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG MO FOt 

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I REALLY SHALL EXPIRE! 

By the Favorite Artistes, Messrs. WELCH and RICE. 



In Her Budgot of Soma nucl ClinucoK. 

OIjF«.-A.jF , jF , jE3 BROTHERS. 
By the Great Acrobats, SWEATNAM and MANNJNC. 



In His Creat Specialties, 



UVKHTl'KE.. 



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The parfurmanoe to conclude Kiln 



THE SIEGRIST TROUPE 

And Their WONDERFUL DOG8. 



"CEMKS IN THE SOUTH. 

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^*_^ MalUa L>r..«| 

THE INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. 
■"*'■• D "a A.4 Hart aora 

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"'■•»" l*«lfca WiMai aa.i M'lla Rlaaraa 

rovlr auu liizii iii.aea 



MOB.TXIVIOREI. 



The Cobbler and Tailor. 

Cobbler Leon a amwa Ik* 

Tailor George Poster 

Traveler Fratik Mor/tunnr* 

Old stitch Bt>Rb-r Moiu» 



MONDAY KVBMNO. Flr.t A, poaieiice cf 

BCtea NETTIE "WAYNE, 

THK OnAEMINO TOCALI.T. 



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IIYMPIC HOUSE, 



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At the I I L AUCTTTN STORE, Na. 018 lanrl R-SO KKARVY 8TREHT, cor. Commercial. 



COMEONE! COMEALLI 



R*mlirsn It cartla. fl n.r doz.O : OaQln.t, 94 *.r 
dotoo. UiT, n. a oil and a. are .Bra to plats. 
JOQ. W. U.DYKK ar.d C. -:ulHJK Ft Will' K ara 
Iho woll-Vnoan and popular oparalora, »rd J H. 
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,^«R SAI T. OIIOIHR LOr OF FIVE OAM- 

r hrou-it »n A lf*!l«. In lot* >o suit, (or en-h, 
»ir.*t ri'-. Or.- ■■.,] aottk" ihit ImDOtUd 
m 0b'1», » n-» -rid fro' from MaMtrd or utb«r 
rstf n t««d. Vrfsubtp. Plo**r axd (jrui SMd, 

fiO.OOO Rnnlf Plnrta. 

.00,000 GumTrooa 

Flo* Plant «, 1r»e», Bnlht, *ad all rtlulatin tba 
3a>. fr. lb and toed, bp Undid ^ lock. 

'■" K. MoOfcK 
■■■Ira an and Fto>ift, ACS Wathlcitoo atraat, 
o IfranoMsro, OaJlf roia. ni-lm 

HrHfuil for nrw l)tat«l <2at>. 



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miLADELPHIA KKbi »URANT AND 0\8- 
tar balooB), BKRGOLD A riPKlNOHR, Pro- 
latnra, 4#(* Fine atraat, n«twaan Moo'iomsry 
d Kaaror atraaia. ftastaro or OillforrU •!.■- 
•■ Mr»d la frt-ary iiyl- : alio *|l kioda r>f Meata 
>kad to ordar. *r I'tiTHo Silo'>o fir 1-t i'- 
•naaoDaa till 1 A. M Famlhtwj and RMiaaranit 
>pllad at abort notice. Jal2 



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WOOLEH_ GOODS. 

tOC URDEKS101SED 18 IN BEOEtPT OF 

BlaokaU, Flaooalf. Horio-DUnkatinn, ••«. 
let from LbaMil't, and wHImIIId loUtoaalt 
«)t,«a Nan IfoBtffomarr atrtwt: 

A «EO. M. MAIN, AirenC, 



THE OLD 

lot sootou, 

IS Mortoa •tr««A. neavr Keara i. 

11 r>rlnU« Tea Cents 
Hot Prinks a Specialty. 

r t w - ■• WALDEOAT. Froprlator. 



fATOH MAKER, AND DEALER Ilf 

1 Waiabaa. Oiooai, J«n«!it. S" 
J PkUd War*. MaoofActura-- of _ 
rrjjawilri- Alao, Dtanond galtar. _^__ 
rir*. »A Market Rttv. BTay. a, Ik ■«.«... 
■(•tel. *•«■ Kmoclico. 

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Single Outside Rooms, 

— WUB— ' 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Mattrasses, 

• AT THS^— 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

••A KA..YSOMK STlli.KT. GOB. rl.lY, 

I'trt-y Cents per Nlgl" 
And Lews toy the Week. 



OPT2W AIjIj NIGHT 

Apr-28 I.. J. EWELL, Proprietor, 




A. NEW HAT STORE 

On Montgomery St. 

NORIEGA" BS.3S., 
PRACTICAL 

HATTERS 

528 Montgomery St„ Near Clay, 

»AN FBANCISCO. 

WE WOOLD RESPEOTFOLLY INFORM THE PUBMO 
i»od onr oomrrou- natroo- tbttt we baya opt- ad our cew 
and al-eint atorn oo Montoomkrt bTiiKsr, ntuir Olay, where 
we will oohBtarjlly ke»p on baud lbs FINC8 1' A880RI MKWT 
of HATS nod UA PS nvorotTor.d to the ouie'oe of tba Paolflo 
Ooa>t, noil at orl.'.a which will defy compc ition . 

W* are al osfirepared to maka to order all th» Latest Styles 
of Hatw anil Oana mi nlirtrf r mion. 

OLKANlNO-nd REPAIRING neatlraDd promptly exeooted. 

N. B. We will »iil! oontloon oar store at tbe nld utand. Nn. 
920 Dopoot atreut, where oao be fooai our o.tnl iiood asiorr... 
iD h tit i.if (roods, and competent bat t? re to at trod to tbe wnnta 
of cnatomera denlior there. NOBIEnA 1IKON. 



PACIFIC LAW REPORTER 



PLATT'S NEW MUSIC HALL 

COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT 

MINSTREL AND VARIETY 

Entoi tolnmoiit and Ball 



TEKDKKKD TO.. 



Miss AMIUIE HI6GS 

BI BEE 

HumcrouH Prionds. 



MONDAYEVENING. JANUARY 19/ 1874. 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 

J. P. BOGARDUS Publisher 



PART I. 

iDtro due tors- Overtwrr Orcheatra 

Huiiud....Jtobin 'l*)l Kitty I nm Comlno; 

I« Eartiett 

(!omlc....KrI>i'cco •]««« George C Thoapim 

Hal nd... Hi lv. u from Hoane J. 1»»*"» 

*'«»mlc....Minic> Pur O. Kohltr 

Ft niili: ...Qnlck«l«P Orcheitra 



THE ONLY HOUSE IN THE CITY WHERE THE ORIGINAL 
"GRAND DUKE ALEXIS TIES" CAN BE FOUND! 
Also the Largest. 

CHEAPEST AND BEST 

SELECTED STOCK 

....or.... 

Cents'. Ladles', 'Misses', 

Children's and Infants' 

BOOTS AND SHOES 

EVER OFFERED 

In Ban Francisco. 

BEERS A MAYNARD. 

No. 238 Kearny Street. 




PART II. 

MISS ANNIE H1GOS 

In her Bndget of Song, .nd D.ncei. 

Mr. Fa*ed Vurley Lato ol the LosdOD TllB.tre..... 

Viirlcly Mi>nt(,-i.iid ChangoS 



OLD BLACK JOE. 

Old muck Joe O.o. C. n».pa,» 

Bla former MaBter....Mr. Jamea Jnmea t laraT. 

HI. al.iar ....mi. A, Bin* 

OoooladlDg with Tbo1..q. 



O Xj X O. 

/i;rlnl S««penB!on....Bbowicg tbe wonderfol power ol 

Mesmenem **■«"■ Murphy -»»« «Bf 

nan Jo Sol.. •___-•■■« 

Amarlc«n JIk 

■o.K iind Uui.ce Oriftirjal 



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m + Werm 
Ulee An*ie 11 turn* 
Cbs Kohlcr 



Tbe perfoim>Doe will conclude with 

That Rascal Billy* 



A. SOCIAL DANCE 
At the Conclusion of the Entertainment 



rialCE Of ABBWIOI. 



Ctenttemna and X.ndy.. 
tt.ulieaaa 



.... at o 

..SO lasts 



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3 JOVBHAL OS" AtfOfiMCEHTS. 
Lbsd srery Day in '&• Yesr by 



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-naat and OS* Waehtncton st*. 

low Montcomery. ban 7Tsncl*oo. 



B ATCBDAY JANCAfaY 17,167 1 

A31USEMFNTS, Etc. 

The Opeba BorsE.— Miss Jennie L« 
had, • • she well desfrtad, a splendid bans*, on 
tO«occ*»ion of her benefit )a»l ajjtbt. All tbo 
seat* were ttkea before lbs performance com 
neacMl, ted there was no steadies room when 
thaenrtaio rose. The performance waa worthy of 
the ©cca'.oo. Tbo rattling farce of "B. B." wea 
capitally performed, Welch and Ric«!gaised great 
*pj*Uu«» la the "O'SbaogbnMsr Goards," t^e 
ttlrd apt of "Londoa Assursncs" was admirably 
well prssentsd by Mm AiiliOiabM, Henry Bd- 
w*rJ», B»rton Hill, Miss Carrie Wyslt, E. J. 
Booklet, J- P. Barnett, B. G. Msrsh and Jole- 
Bobtnsoo. Signor P. Baocei was in eioellaot 
Yoloe snd sang splendidly, and the bnrleiqae of 
M KeDiiwr»h,"OEe of tbe beslaver written; wj« 
capitally played. Mias, Jennio Lee looked par- 
ttcotar ywell M that prloco of ••Maibore." the 
Barl of Leicotier, John Howioa as the lean aod 
bocgry Varaty was excellent, and conTOl*ed the 
■ adletce with bla wonderfal horsemanibip. H. 
D. Thompson was a gorgeous Qiten Elizabeth, 
ajnd eltigether the performance was a great sno- 
Oees. This very amnslng |barl«0]ne will be' ra- 
sa* ted this (iTeniog, preceded by the farce of " B. 
B." TheoioalmUioBeperformiooe will be givta. 

ALHAME-aA Theater.— At the matinee to- 
day, tbis eveniog, and to-morrow eveninE, the 
bill wbiohbae deligbtcd large audiences doricg 
the woek will te repeated. After this, the Sie- 
«rrst Children, Lonie and Thomas, will give their 
thrilling performance on the trapeze. Next will 
come Wtlch and Rice in "I really Shall .Expire ;" 
Ella 'Weener will prodnce her budget of eongs; 
B west nam end Manning will appear as tbe "Gt- 
raffj Brothers;" Georgt S. Knight In bla special- 
ties, acd ibe entertainment will lerm.ntte with 
the performance of the Siegrlats and their dogs. 

©alefobkia THEATBE.-The "Naiad 0n^8n'» 
will be performed at the matinee to-day an to- 
might for the last time. Judging from tbe at- 
tendanoo daring tbjs week it might profitably be 
retained on the stags many nights more, but tbe 
ergagemSnt of Mr. Bouc Icaolt precludes the pos- 
sibility of thie, and tbe regalar patrons of the 
California Theatre will welcome a change of en- 
iertsinnlsnt. Of course there will be a roeh both 
st initiate and evening performance, and the sea- 
eouof ap:ctacle will come to an end in a blue of 
Story. 

Pacific Hall. — Frank Gilder had a 
splendid audience at his Concert at this Hell last 
era nine, and a splendid programme was well pei- 
formed and gave general satisfaction . Tbe sing- 
ing of Ibe Ampbions was particularly good, and 
every one of Mr. Gilder's piino Boloa.waB encored . 

Opeba Night — California Theatbe.— 

On But day evening Gounod's opera of "Fanst" 
will bs presented, with Madame Inez Fabbrt as. 
Margarita, Signor Pietro Bacoei sa Faust, Signor 
ValvIoRlgo ae MepnUtopbeles, Sigoor Carlo Or- 
landinias Valentine and Hiss Anna Elzer SB Sie- 
bel. By permission of Barton HUl__the__famoas 
and w.U introduce taoir senaat*ionol. gim- 
nastio folly entitled "Lig-Mania." Tbe California 
Theatre wtllbs crowded on thisoocaBiouas it was 
last Sunday. 

Buckley*s New Yaetetdzs.— Miss Maggie 

Brewer In danOBS, Mibb Lizzie Harmon in ballade, 
Loo Dixon in song and dance, Mortimore in 
sketches, Walter Parks in clogdanca, Harry Do- 
ras in Datoh sketches and a great variety of other 
performances, specified on 6ur first psge, will bo 
g iven to-olgat sad to-morrow night. 

Bella Union Theatbe.— Johnny Triers 

reoeived a hearty welcome back to tbe stage last 
sight, and kept tbe audience in roars of laughter. 
He will appear again to-night on tbe end in tbe 
first part, and In amusing acta. The local sketch 
of "Sally Ann/' with Miss Jennie Johnson as 
Lucy Man vera, is still retained on the bill. Miss 
Alioe Boss, serio-comic vocalist, and Ed . Murray, 
eccentric comedian and comic singer, are under- 
lined to appear shortly. 

AwATomoAL Mtjstum.— One of the moat 

•omplets eolieotiona of the kind in the United 
Bute*, comprising hundreds of costly and beau- 
tUul wax models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
inly) st the Museum on Montgomery street. An 
hoar may be nrofltsbbr snout hers. 

WoodWabt/s Gabdens.— At these garden 
• large number of beautiful birds have been ad- 
ded, among them a snored pigeon from the Solo- 
mon Islands also a Vamotreand a St. Bernard dog 
from the Hospice of St. Bernird, In tbe Alps. On 
Saturday and Sunday the Box and Bag Mystery, 
las pantomime "Lbs Modes tea" and "Groupe Ohi* 
eoise. ' 

Golden Gate Park.— Those who drive 
e ut to the new park should visit The Villa which 
has just been opened. Here they will find four 
pubilo parlors and ten private dining rooms. Gnido 
elaogenberg & Co the proprietorsget up epicurean 
breakfasts, dinners and sappers at abort notice. 

The Cliff HorsE,— Captain Fester, the 
genial boat of the OliS Hcnse, entertains visitors 
from all parts of the Globe at his famous sea-side 
resort. The Cliff House is ibe one tbiog San 
Francisco baa to boast of as different from any- 
thing else in tbe world. Omnibuses run every 
day from the terminus c( the Lone Mountain 
Railroad. 

Notes.— John McCulloagh has returned 
to San Francisco wreathed with laurels.. In Pa 
ris. Rome or Madrid, nuder eimilir circamstan< 
oes tbo people would have tnrned out eu masEe 
to welcome tho man who had won honor for hi 
oily in otter climes. Tbe berfea would bave 
• been taken out of bis carriage, and he would have 
been drawn to bis hotel by tbe orowd anxiona to 
dobimbonor. We laugh at this kind of demon- 
stration here, yet who can siy that these nure en- 
thusiastic people lower tbomselves in toio.hr 
art. Oar demonstration toika miider form, but 
it was no leie genuine. Tbe Occidental Hotel 
wis thronged by people anxious te grasp by tbe 
baud sod congratulate tbe modest votary of dra- 
xaaiio art, whom all, both Bast and Tfest. no* 
look npon as in the foremost rank of the tragedi- 
sas of the day. Ron over the names of the trage- 
dians still alive and see where John McOollough 
stands. Edwin Booth isashiah sa he will ever 
Rat, Feofater eeeme determined to go to the "dem- 
nition bow wows," Phelps, the English tragedian, 
is too eld to act, Ores wick is certainly no better 
actor tbr T ohnUoOolloagh. Evidently oar Cal- 
ifornia ni - gor is thsooming tragedian. He will 
-notatoo, he is too true a devotee of Art to do 
that. Helovfsart for its own value, and this is 
.tba aeoret of bis euca&sa. He has talant, is g;n- 
eame, and works baid. Ail^oau ;- J,aa HcCui- 
lo ugh. who b*s earned alt tbe laurels which have 
been, beat: .d on him. 



Tberecei;tsat the Opera House last night, oa 
the occasion ot the benefi: to Mis* Jennie Lee. 
amounted to*») Tlokets sold and not presented 
will bring the amount op to 91/ 08. A well de- 
arved tribute to a oharmmg actress. , 

John v7.1ijn'snewMppoirom>, on New Mont- 
gomery street, a deajriptioo ot which we gave 
last Sa'urday is nearly completed. Tht» eques- 
trian and gymoaetio company from NVw York are 
dae here to-morrow, and tbe season w:ll probably 
immense next Sstuf day. 

The mn of 'i be Naiad Qicen" at the Oilif '«li 
Tcestre b*a proven bow admirably the front psrt of 
iteboaaeif ntaaaged. Notwithstanding tbe rush 
t obl»io atsi"'. nocsnfasloo.and no ' unpleasant- 
ness." at least on tbe part of the patrooe of tbe 
tbeatr j occurred, though we expect the pat enoe 
of tbe nihsre was sometimes sorely tried, but Chef 
Wallace and ass.atanta proved themselves fully 
up to stery em man in performicg their 
arduous duties. 

Tae " Gulden Oitr Amateur*, 1 * an asso- 
ciation of v-ry creditable performers who have 
grown beyond tbe inolpleat years of boihooi, 
will give an entertainment and ball at Piatt's 
Hall, on Thursday, J*n 29th. 

Yooog Maguire. treaaarer of the Albambra. is 
to have hisflrat bensfit at that theatre on Fri- 
day night next. Ao extra bill will be given on 
tbe oocaa'on ot thia christening. 

Aa wl-1 be seen by correspondecce publitbtd In 
another colamn, the oomplimestsry benefit to 
Madame Anna Blahop.of wbioh we made mention 
st the beginning of the week, is to take place at 
Plstt'a Hall ou Thursday evening the 2id lost. In 
tsederingtbis testimonial to s world.rencwced 
sr:ist. tbe citizsnsol Sin Frauoisco do honor to 
tbems.-lve?, Madame Anna Bishop has thousands 
of times snog for ths benefit of charitable institu- 
tions and members of the dramatic and musical 
professions, and should certaiol; haves thronged 
bouse on tbis occasion. The opera of "Xorma'i 
will be presented , with the beneficiary in the title 
role, Miss AnnaElzaras Adalgiea, Signor Pietro 
Baooei asPollio, Signor Fnlvio Blgo as Oioveso, 
Mrs. Geo. T. EvauesaOlotilde, scd Mojb. Charles 
as Flavie. George T. 2vanawill be conductor, and 
tbe opera will be produced under the manage- 
ment of Chas. Sohnl tz. The box office will be open 
on Monday, when denry Buttle, Madame Auua 
Bishop's agent, will be on hand to eell reserved 
seats." 

Miss May Howard Is in the city, and will remain 
here some time, the prospects in the East not be- 
ing enoouraging. fchemay probably make a trip 
to Australia 

On Monday evening Mies Annie Higgi, s very 
pleasing little California artiste, who haa volu-- 
teered for many benefits, will be th£ rocipieat of 
a benefit herself. A variety entertainment will be 
given at Piatt's Hall! The beneficiary will appear 
In her beet specialties, Geo. 0. Thompson will pre- 
sent bis clever impersonation of 'Old Back Joe" 
and many others, whose names are published in 
programme on our Bret page, will appear. 



EASTERN DRAMATIC NEWS. 

In New York, "The Belles of the Kitchen." by 
the Vckes Family, and "Borneo Jaffiir Jenkins,," 
by Liffiagwe.l and Company. ware the attractions 

"Gabriel Grub" wai e till drawing well at tbe 

Olympic "Hampty Dumpty Abroad" was to 

be followed st the Grand Opsra Hsuas by a 
Bpeotaoular seneation drama founded on the Cu- 
ban insarreotion "Led Astra)*' was drawing 

well at the Union Square Theatre .At Wal- 

lsck's "A Man of Honor" wis a great suooess, and 
still sontinued on the stage At Booth's Thea- 
tre Mr. J. B. Booth was to appear io an adaptation 
from theFrenoh of Adolphe Belot, entitled "La 

Femaie de Feu" Miss Ada Dras made a auo- 

— — v -TtfUB otF*mr pirtn a.TenuB i ffe- , 

stre in "Man and Wife." It was followed by a re- 
vival of "Saratoga" At the Bowery Theatre 

Mies Kate Fisher was playing in horse pie oes 

At the Metropolitan Theatre Charles Howard, the 
favorite "Old Nig" actor, waa tbe latest attrac- 
tion At Wood's Museum Miss Madelatne An- 
drews was tbe Btar.snd Colonel Beuth Ooehen, the 
gia-.t , was playing in a piece entitled 'Tbo Giant 

of the Civs" "Cinderella" waa etill running 

at Bryaot'a Opera Houae At Tony Pastor's 

Miss Blanche Letwyn, male impersonator and se- 
ric-.omio vocalist, and Miss Sa^ie O'Niel, j'g 
dancer, were the latest additions to the Compa- 
ny Atthe Theatre Oomique, s new plsy en- 
titled 'The Sosipera of the PIsIub" waa being 
performed. 

The New York Dispatch of the 4th says': Miss 
Tenuie O. Clafiin made her first appearance in 
drams at Bridgeport, Ot., on New Year's nigbt, in 
tbe oharaoter of Portia. She was supported by 
Mr. Alfred Ayera as Shylock, and s well-Bslected 
company. Miss Olafliu's performance waa a de- 
cided success for a debutante, and Mr. Ayer'a Shy- 
look was s oarefnlly Btndtedand effective imper- 
sonation of that difficult character. Theoompany 
will play in Providence, *?ew Bedford, Fall Eiver, 
and other New England cities daring the ooming 
week, subsequently appearing in New York. 

Miss Ljdia Thompson and troupe are iu New Or- 
leans. 

Miss Alioe Atberton has become Mrs. Willie 
Edonin. 
Mr. sod Mrs. B. L. Davsnporthave gone to Troy. 
Lotta will plsy in Memphis, from January 13;h. 
New Orleans will have Lotta on the 19th. 
An Eastern exahange says : 
PottsviIle.Pa., is building a $40,008 opera bouse. 
The whole has already beeneubsuribid. It will bn 
io rear of Union Hall, and is expected to be com- 
pleted by beptsmber 1, 1874, 

Good for Pottsville E Thedrama willyet flsnrish 
In PottsviUe. 

"The Poor and Prond of Philadelpha" is the 
name of a new local drama In preparation at Mrs. 
John Drew's Arch Street Theatre, Philadelphia. 

Mr. George Francs appeared at tbe Chestnut 
Street Theatre. Philadelphia, on tbe 5th, as Skid 
in "Marked for Life." 

Mr. Edwin Booth appeared as Richelieu at the 
Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, on the 5th. 

Mr. 0. W. Ooaldook will appear at Wood's Mu- 
seum, Philadelphia, on January 20th. 

Mr. Sothetn commences an engagement at Ford's 
Theatre, Washington, on the £)r.h. 

Mr. Edwin Booth will play an engagement at De 
Bar's Opera House, St. Louis, io February. 

MisB Oarlolta LaOlercq will play in St. Louis one 
weak from February 2d . 

The Berger Family and Sol Smith RuBeel per- 
formed in Winosboro, 8. C, on Deo. 27, and at the 
conclusion of the performance were waited on by 
S committee of gentlemen, who invited tbem to a 
grand banquet, wbioh bad bsen gctten up In their 
honor by s number of tbe leading citizne of the 
plsoe. 

Mr. A. S . Pennoyer has relinquished bis engage- 
ment with Lotts as business naoager, and has ac- 
cepted a like position with Mr. Sothern, for a few 
weeks only. 

Marie Yeetvali commenced a two weeks engage- 
ment st the Metropolitan Iheatre, New York, on 
Jan. 12. 

ProL R. W. Bialey, onoe well and favorably 
known all over tbe world as a gymnast, and who 
has been soling lately as business manager and 
advanoe agent for variety establishments in 
Philadelpbis, Is said to bs an inmate of one of the 
insane asylumna there. 

Mr. John A. Croat*, swell-known actor died at 
Qreenpoint,L.I.,38tb,Iohi)G9thyear. He was for 
some yoara stage manager of Mr. Charles B. 
Thome's various enterprises. Some years sgo he 
mads quite a "bit" at the Boiton Museum ae Old 
Probity in vho"Obls»ey Corner," 



The New Orleans cotrespocdent of the New 
York Clipper, (psakicg of tbe performance .of 
"The Blsck Crook" st the Academy of Muiiceay^ 

Among tbe apjciaUleB.Baby Benson Ja worthy of 
especial none*. Ibis aweol liUle child has not 
yet been allowed to pa^» from the sL«g* a. »ic- 
gle performance without receiving fr„m tout to 
six scores, and she carries the audience liter»ll> 
by storm. 

Baby Benson commenced her theatrical fdaca- 
tion in Sst Fraaolsoo. wbil» her mother, Jerc; 
Beosor. waa enraged at th!> B,lla Unioa Theatre. 

Mrs.Jas. A. OatOf. en: parted by her newly aug- 
mented Comic Opera Company, began an engage- 
ment at the Savannah. G*.. Theatre, on Dec. 29, to 
a crowded b&uce, and con ioued the pres-ntaiou 
of the gems of her repertoire the ensuing weik,. 
with s New Year's matinee, to tqcally large 
and dsltghted audiences. Dales ahead: Char- 
leston S. 0.. Ja;.9, 10, Columbia 12, Augusta, 
Ga.lStoVT. Wilmington, N. C, 19, 20. Bicbmom^ 
Vs., 2 ,23. Norfolk 2i, 24. Baltimore, Md.,26, for 
one week. 

We are pleased to hear tba t Mr. John B. Owens 
has recovered from his recent accident and has 
rearmed bis tour. 

"fhe Belles of tbe Kitchen" is being played for 
the last time at Niblo's. The next changes upon 
those belles will be rang InAuttrslia. Then the 
troupe returns to England, and appear, I soppOBe, 
in anew version of "The Old Vokee at Home." 

Tbe Arcadian esye: 

The playwrights bid fair to turn the tables on 
the Managers, and avenge the fates of poor Ot- 
way, Meilawe, Greenland many other dramatists- 
whose plays made tbe fortunes of everybody con- 
cerned in them except tsemaelvas. For "Agnes" 
M. Sardon received f torn the management of the 
Union Square Theatre, six thousand dollars; Mr. 
Daly paid between two and three thousand for 
tbe exclusive right to play "Frou-Fron;" Mr. 
George FawcettBowe was made happy by a doa- 
ceurot over three thousand from Messrs. Shook 
snd Palmer, for bis "Geneva CroB6;" and Mr W. 

8. Gilbert, of London, for one fortnight of "The 
Wicked World" got seven hundred dollars. Bet- 
ter etill, Mr. Boucicault reoelvas upwards- of one 
hundred dollsra. a night for "Led Astray," oneof 
the most oopular pieo&s ever prasBntsd at Union 
Sqnsre Theatre. 

The Boaton Courier Bays: The well-kaown actor- 
Mr, W, H. Ortap. died on Thnraday, Jan. 1, at 
Dallas, Texas. Mr. Crisp was in his day oneof the 
tno st admirable l^ght comedians and accomplish- 
ed general performers known to ithe American 
stage. Although an Englishman by birth, Mr. 
Ori'p waa to all intents sad purposes aa American 
actor, havirgmade his first appaaraaoe in this 
o inntry as early ae 1845 ox '47 at the Old Park 
Theatae, New York. He leaped into favor at 
onoa, and was for a long time one of tbe reigning 
favorites of that city. For the last twelve or fif- 
teen years Mr. Crisp has remained principally at 
toeSontb, following his. profession. He was a 
man of singularly Gne persona! sppearance, and a 
gentleman of tbe widest general culture and the 
moat polished manners. At tbe time of his death 
he was managing a dramatic company. It is al- 
most needless to add that the. present W, H. 
Crisp of the Boston Mnaenm is bia eon, 

Aimeeand boufjers, DeBar'e, JSt. LouU, 19th, 
two weeks. 

Hyers Sisters, colored Bongatreases, Munson. 
Maea.,5th.; Ware.dtb; Hartford, 13:h. 

Tbe name of Jonn Broogham's new drama, writ- 
ten for Jennie Wallacs, U"Amy Dorritt," found- 
ed on Charles Diokena 1 atory of "Little Dorritt." 

Charlotte OuBhman will head shortly a traveling 
troupe, composed of Milnee Leviok, and others, of 
Janauaobek's present tronpB, Richmond, Va.,Feb. 

9, one week. 

Mix Maretzsk ia a luoky man io having escaped 

Srr^TToffiiiiw^oVBre^ 
eaye, In substance, that the preeent enormons 
discount on the ourrent garlic-flavored paper 
money, and the unwillingness of the Havaueee to 
pay even $4 of this depreciated staff for seats, 
bave caused ell tbe Company to yearn piteoosly 
for Uscla Sam's bright, healthy looking green- 
backs. It should ba known that a Cuban paper 
dollar Is worth 20c in American currency. Viz- 
zani's wallet has b:en depleted, and his $S,0OQ 
bank reserve sent for aad absorbed, and as walk- 
ing from Havana to Key West is not considered a 
healthy exeroise at thiB season of the year, the 
famous tenor impreceario may yet be compelled* 
to devote his attention and time to tbe study of 
Spaniah volunteer tactics. Meanwhile, Max, re- 
lieved from bis oparatio incubus, is quietly rural- 
izing on Staten Island, probably rejoicing that his 
artistes refused his offer to pay them exhorbitsnt 
salaries in United StateB paper money. 

Frank Mayo will appear as Davy Crockett on tbe 
abdication ot the "Naiad Qaeen" at the Boston 
Theatre. 

L.P. Barrett made $2,900 by hia New England 
engagements. 

Madams Janauschek baa purchased the cottage 
she occupied last summer at Cohasset. 

Miss Josephine Henry, (Mrs Robert Craig), is 
playing with Mr. L. P. Barrett's traveling compa- 
ny, and is quits a favorite . 

Miss Lizzie Price is the actress who eloped 
with Fechter. 

Mr. Lewis More ison, of tbe California Theatre, 
anncunoesin tbe Spirit of the Times that Miss 
Rose Wood sod h'm-clf will commence their 
starring tonratthe Walnut-street Theatre, Phil- 
adelphia, next Jane. ''Field and Fireside" and 
'Cubs'* will be their piecse. 



0P1EA 



Bush Etbeit. , 



JKOtiSl. 

between Montgomery end Ee-iruy. 



OVER IN HEItMra G SUGOESS 

In t'als Boiutiful Temple of Mnaic,' of the 

SUSAN GALTQN & JENNIE LEE'S 

Or»EUl=l-j2av BO U J? 1 .* "IE. 

Burlesque and Comedy Troupe. 

SATURDAY AMD STJNDAT EVENIKfaS JANUARY H and 18 

To commence with the laughable Farce entitled 



Lilpman's Great DIscovj ry 

Propablv no object has called forth more 
preparations' than that of restoring and beau- 
tyfylng human hair; ana among all, J.Lp- 
man'i wonderful rfsicrer stands beyond 
question at the bead for efficiency and perfect 
safdty. This It absoitt ;ly free from Sugar of 
Lead or Lac Sulphur, and nerer falls to p o- 
duce the effect d sired; requires no other pre- 
parat.on; is easily applied, and Is, w/ithont 
doubt, the simplest, best and cheap&t hair re- 
storative In nee. Sold by all draggists% Gene- 
ral Agents, Ohas, Langley h C.\, WholeFale 
Druggitl, San Francisco. It 

a. Pleasant jjocauon. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings in a 
OentMl location, should visit the Alhambri, 
and rnspect tbo fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tbe boUdlng Is a verv fine one sad Is veil 
lighted »nd v eatllated. • 

GLOVES— Oleansed and dyed by a new process, 
at SNOWS- 2-5 Poet street. Sz 



PERSONAL. 



JDLIA— YOU CAN Gh\T ALL SIZES FERBO 
types PiotureB token and Qoiahed in ten min- 
utes, rain or shine, at WING £ ALLEN'S, St3 
Kearny street, A specialty made in ink pictures. 
Youra, DAVISON. d«22-lm 



LADIES. BAVE YODR HAIB COMBINGSt 
wax flowers hair flowers and fancy work taught 
for 45 per month. Swltohes, cnrU, Btraightemng 
tanslelhair, weaving, combings, steaming curls 
tto., etc.. all for $5; switches made from 60 cents 
upwards ; side-curls steamed for 15 oente ; al I kinds 
ef work done to order cheap families or elasBes 
taught in the oity or across the bay on reasonable 
terms. Parties wishes to take lessons or bave work 
done ehoold take advantage of tbe time I am here, 
a* Iluvafor it arc p; in a short time, "io 1-9 
Howard atrsst, bet New Montgomery and Second. 

dsU-iai 



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BOB KATTI,F^....The ei-Obicken, s retired Priza-FightBr.... 

t QUIRE GREKNFIELD 

JuE Waiter st the "Percy" arms 

MB. BENJAMIN BOBBIN An Agent 

MRS. PUNOBRON LaccUdy, 'Percy" Arms.. 

DOROTHY Tbe Housemaid 



J. P. BURNETT 

H D.THOMPSON 

JULE ROBIN bOR 

WILLIS SIMMS 

....MRS. JULIA MELVILLE 
MIS3 VAVASOUR 



Ol'EBTORE ..? OttCBLESTBA 

To conclude -with the BurUeqne of 

IIILWilTI 

QOEEN ELIZ1BETH H. D. THOMPSON 

J'.i«L OP LEICESTER MI-S JEKKIE JLEE 

AMY ROB84BT MISS FANNY GIBSOU 

SIR WALTER KALEIGH •. MISS ESTHER WILLIAMS 

TRE?ILLIAN .'. MISS FANNY YOUNG 

DUKE OF SUSStX 1 MISS L. VAVA'ODB 

JANET MISS McOABK 

TAESEI JOH» IIDIVSCS 

WAYLAND SMITH WILLIE SIMMB 

MICHAEL LAMBOURNB J. ROB1NSOH 

TONY FOSTER '■ F. FIIZJAME8 

Guards.....' Ooartlers etc. 

The Piano Used in tliis Theatre Is from Sliermaii & Hyde's. 

■ 
BS" OPERA GLASSES TO LET :-.t the Stand in the Lobby, 



TPiao Matinee Fruit Store 

Keeps the chde^et varhtUa of domestic 
and lmpoit d fruits jslTIes, confectionary eto., 
anasi-llBst the lowest r-ts». Pare, healthy 
Apple Older, fesh from the presB every day. 
No. 409 Bush str eet, ooe aoorab oye Kearny. Lr 
E£o-W I IVIaae $20. 

By buying my bed-room set of furniture of 
J. A. Shsbrr &, Co., 707 Marttta.rett, two doors 

j mhiMS nM.«j ^-u ruruiiurt 20 per cent. 

oheaper than any other dealers. Z tried them 

all, 12h 

Me. L. *JALiJ!wnB, No. 240 Kesxny Btrget, 
Rev and Second- Hand Olothlug, of all deEbrlp- 
tiooB, bough: and sold. Store closed on Sat- 
urday until 6 P.M. tx 

NEW STORE. 

KFe-w Prices. 
25 PER CENT. 

Saved by Buying; Your 

CLOTHING, 

....AND.... 

FURNISHING GOODS 

or 

AYERS & KEITH, 

AT 

303 Kearny St., 

Corner ESxjlsIi. 

BText Deor to Lanrel Paioce Saloon* 
A Good Assortment of 

GENTS' and BOYS' CLOTHING 

Which we wM sell LOW DOWN, >t 
BED-BOOK PBIOES. 

-A.t 303 Kearny St. 

Corner Bastt. next door to Laurel Palace 
Saloon 



COLD-ROOM VARIETIES. 

sixteenth St., Cheyenne, Wyoming. 

JAMES W ALLEN ...Proprietor 

JOHN W. DUNf».E business Msnssar 

HAKRT SPK1GGS IStsge Manager' 

HASJITBT BliKN RRFITTEttl 
snd reopened for tbe Fall and Winter Ses- j 
son rfitb a nrst-clu83 Oomcsny, embraoing Harrj I 
Spiiggs, tbe great cb^raoisr sotor; Harry Lor- j 
r«in», b'1'y Forest. Mf J. W. Ijoddb, Mies Lucy 
ii.il, .miob Dunne I aria, Mlai weilie Seymour. I 
Mi-8 JcDoie Logan, Franfc Holley, George Tobler I 
scd Ubarles Millar, and a full and efficient or* r 
obeBtrs. 

s9~ Lady talent coming East or*n always secure J 
engagements by sppiymR to J. W. ALLEA. Pro*.'.| 
prictor. GOOD SALiRiEb PAID. ee'24-3m f 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VEKWJflA OITT, METADA, 

JOHN PIPEK PaoPBTET 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

SAOJttAaiUiV TO, CAL. 
JOHN PIPER " 



BOTH THESE ELEGANT THEATRES OAH 
He rented by tbo night or neek. Stars sue 



trAVtiliog companies Itbetaliy treated with on i 
plication to , .J< ilJ* JpjUf*:jnt, 

Manz^orand sole Proprietoi 
Or to -i. 11. UcCAU£. 

jn28tf 333 Eusb oireet, San Franolsoc. 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTINB 

ELOOOTION AKD DEPORTMENT. 
LADIES PBEPABKD far the STAGE 

PRIVATE THEATRIOALB AND.AMATETjr 
pLi-lormancBS direottid, by a U-ly and geobls 
man of mortt tban oidiuary experiecca. For pas 
ticnlars Bpply to MXt J. H. MoOABE, 

Theauical Agent, No. U8S Baeb btreet, 
delO-tf San Franolsco. 



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jalO-lm 



ATEBH A KEITH. 



GOOD WORK ! IX) W PRICES ! 

LOVEJOY &~WILL1AMS, 

NEW PHOTOGBAPHIG OALLERT, 

1S8 Kearny etrett, opposite White Honse. 

JO. "WILLIAMS (LATE OF BRADLEY A 
• Rniof son'e) and W. B. LOYKJOY (late of 

Vangban'a) ba-mg aseociated tbemselvea to- 
getner. scilioit t'ic patronage of their friends and 
the public generally, snd bope their long experi- 
ence will be guarantee that thoy will do drat-caea 
work. de6»lm 



S.F.BUSINESS DIRED TORY 

Etookiellera and Stutlonjr*. - 
H. H. Moore, 609 Montgomery, near Merchant. 

Hatchers. 
Kstt, Fred, S tills 94 to 100. Calif ornia Maris . 

Dentists. 
H. E. Pope, 6 Montgomery.Strsst, 

F.mpleymei.t Office. 
Ohmese Eraployrsent Oo.— Pisroe A Go., 621 Sao 
ramento streot- 

Ha man Hair. 
Sampson. A. B. & Oo., U0 Second strsst. 

'Whlteaers and Paper BCangrers. 
A. W. Whelden. 122 Geary street. 

Wines and LIimm. 1 W ASiSMauK/ 
Oanscl W. A Oo- «W FroaU 



\7V^J>X M7SIX>s 

. ....AT.... 

McDANIEL'S THEATRI 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEI 

•^•Talent going East will find it to their adras 
tage before leaving California to correspond wit 

J. McDASLEL, 
my9 Look Box No. 1. Cheyenne, Wyoming. 



GEORGE M&YTE8, 

DEALER IU OYSTiRS, OLAM34 
andall kinds of SHELL FltSti, 1 
lit*ilsl7os. 40, Al, <*, California- 
Bdarifst, entrance on Ot"ufo;cia street. 

Pnblio or prirats parties t_id fsmlUM tn-pplii 1 
job 6 X.K.. to 12 r. ii. Ladies' and Ooatlsman I 
Orctsr Koom ooen from C a.m. to 12 p.ir <s271j J 




teaching beainnere. 



A. .MARSHALL <t RETT, Proprietors 



THOS. W. BREE & CO., 

GOLD and SILVER PLATEBl 



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kOOTlTPACTUB EB8 

— AMD— 
KEFAIHF.RH 




clay-stree; 
riding .ao&dimy, 

83 J Clay Street, co j 
Stockton. 



ThiB ie tbe most flees I 
b'd oommodioDs Ridii J 
Academy in tbe city ; op> I 
day snd oyenicg. Parti I 
ular attention pr>id f 



DRURS, BANJOS, 

— AND— 

BRASS FOUNDERS & FINISHER' 

■Sj-Losionn rItsc on the Banjo snd Dram, _ 
MISSION BTBERT, between First and Second 

K. R-— Fine-toned Silyer fiolo Banjos for P) 
sssio^als always on band. ialS a 



CANDIES ! CANDIES ! 
OatX. jSL. mbhcxix 

MannfactnreB every description of 
rASflllES, 'Wholesale and BetalL ' 

>18 K'init St.. between Sacramento sod Oi 
ioc^is, ac iltt StcsnJ street, between 
_ Minna and Ifatonu. nol- 




JSGLOVfc . 

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CALIFORNIA TH1ATRI. 



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SELLA UNION THEm.hE 







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January 18th. 1874. 



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REMMELSBURG SISTERS, 
T*3.'X-.T^m Hk&.A.Tlim C3-ja.XJC3- A.I1>J 

AM Garry. «• »• .*< r it»», 

THE WONDERFUL CIRARDS, 

nnaaaiii., .rc7x_.Tjor>j. iimii,b, 
In Their Saltatorial Gymnastic Folly called Leg-Mania. 

Wonderful Tumbloronican Performer. 

X* -a*. IT T*. ./*. j»mcI HARRY oiiAns 

In th.-lr Hint Hint I'. Mil. I,- T, 

,„. ..._. ' „ UORTAIi«. 

* > ' H I .WAN 



JOHNNY TUERP 

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ILL CHORUS and ORCHESTRA! 



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rw ""'; «.*»p« Mill II .try I'lurk. W-ndrrfq II. ..,!,) ,- 

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IJT TBI' oriOlf ACT 



IT Mil firing 

^Sefiil PRICES OF ADMISSION. 



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Ht SAL iaIEs PilD. 



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■uumtu. Attention, Good Livers! 



LAST NAIAD QUEEN MaTINEE, SATURDAY, JAN. 17. 

flSSDAT lYaUUNO. JeBoerr l«tb. Opera Sljbt. "FAl(T :'• Whan lot. WUNDEBrCt, 0IBARD3 will appeal. 

.^^^^^ ' by Itte kind pprrr.l.alno of Mr. Larton mil. 

^^^ °" """""^" •"■^^•^^^ "" ' 

This enfftRement I. for 12 Nights, daring which will be p rfornied , 

Daddy O'Dowd ; Kerry; The Collen Bawn ; and Arrah-nar-Pogue, 

In which the Actor- Dramtt let will appear In the characters orljinally create J by him. 



!~l£^£tiiJt!i^JLLi*JiiliWIJ^ 



wicRCRwoH 'g _Erro *io»t. 

OW GUA.H3D. 

K«11t Br*« ui , ,.. . KltehU 

C«"l' »'■« ImM «. hint*** 

IMItlll.. •OIU «- «.UIt»:AhMAT 

VOT7R OLD M-IJS. 

To«r« Kail*., ... Aod Bra* 



LES CHAISE- 



Comic ■ •■* , 



Kick* moo 

Choice n>leetle>r.a 



THE POLITICIAN. 

... An<l . .. ... 



. BuloB 
Wnmny UarrrtWal 



To oonclnd* with tto ttut log Fa»t« of t >e 

GRACEFUL BROTHERS. 

Wlefcme a Oai*ln »n1 R.tohf* 

Mias aijIoxi moss 

Alio, tae eooaotflo Comedian a'nJ Oomlo Blogtr. 
IvIH. ED. MUnRAT. 



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PANTBD 

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Hater „ 

a HHrf F 

>»l and i-.. Minere' 
I oo Mirtmlmt. nor Bllla ol Fan 

I all Ua delioae.ee of tbe Meeeo. i»e> 
I "Oood rare, Oood Oooklol aod laodorau 

r. nimtu * co. 
IINERS' RESTAURANT, 

Ml aod at«a Ooaameralal. t-f 
«•• atarket alraea. 
roaa » a.M. to 1ft »JC eels-tf 



OT IsCOTOH 

H A. L O ON S, 

38 Sutter Street, 

And 336 Bush Street, 

AOH OSH.Y TWO DOOBi FBOAI 
1IABHT .1TKKKT. 

11 DrinULS 
lO Cts. 

)T & COLD WHISKY PUNCH 
A SPECIALTY. 
*■* lot Clam Chowder Every Night 

I-STJEI 3. D. BRIOGS, I BBIOnS 4 TOPPINO, 
PropHeiir of .be Prspriatora ol 

MLr^at Balooo. I Baib-Smet Saloon 

lUcll" 







MlTFUf 



FRANCISCO 

AUD 



BATHS 



r *i lairdressing Establishment. 



* — ' let),, '«*Ub.lewKeerner. PKIOK! 

_ tlfl' 1 ", BDUUBD. Bitba. ■ 15 croti. 
f. **^.nTt| barlni. JS oanu. Hair OoU 
" PLi* w a*. 24 ooota, Sbampooinj, 25 

. icu. Medicated Batoa. JOUR ORBIF. 

laA-tl- 



wJCQal DR. JORDAN'S 

2'^ iREftT "NITOMICIL MUSEUM, 

—HISHaSl And Colle ge .f MoJIeloo. 

•'•i? jo»1 O flflO . BE tPT?''. ol S: *"» isstbdot. 

^ •T'^mZLM<yj Ajyjyj la. ebleou to be eeen. Qpei ' 
-'"JD-^'L jsl«bllo DAY AND AiaHT, at KUR.BKX 
.,, W*!.! !• Hoaltomerr atraet. FOB MEN ON 



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ONLF.i 

•or- Dr. JonDAR'a Pbttati Omcal la at frt J 
•err atraet (oppoalte old MeebAnloa* ParlUoo). 



)& «I 8AN ' OSE OPBRA HOUSE 
e*ja^5, i I- A. IfoLAOX .....to*. 



«*r^,»at* pais THiATRK OAN HE RENTBDBYTBE 
..^"* -.-I' ' olabt or weak. FlmUeiaaa ul.ot libar.ll, 

5t "'.If a. J .... or H J, It MOOABE. •«■■•*. «rie«, 

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HOT DRINKS 

...FOB... 

Winter _Weather. 

8A.CK, POSSET T, 

Ml 1.1 KU -WINES, Etf. 

8PIER8 & POND, 

422 SACKA3IENT0 8TKEET, 

(Oee Door bdow Sioiomf.) 

LTJNOH. 

A NEW BILL Or* PARK EVERY DAT. 

The Proprietors tf tbe »plc ra h Pond have pur- 

ottsBod from 

A. 1'OI'IIAK WBITEB 

On Outronomy, 

Three Ifuntlred undTw-4vc. JtllLi of Pare 

Calculated to meet tbe want! of 

ONE THOUSAND PERSONS. 

Who may therefore ba certain of a diffarest pn>- 
gramme for 

KVFBT DAY IN THE IFAE. 

Soup, Fi»h, Entrees, Joints, etc., 

At eleven o'clock procUel)-. 
A9C Saoramento blraer. one door bolovr Sanaome 

dta-iin 



"THE VILLA/' 

At tbe New 

GOLDEN GATE PAEX, 

Tbo BoildicK hario*; joat been completed, la 
sow thrown open to 'ba pabllo. Tbe house la ele- 
gantly lornianed. and has 

jFoixr Public Parlors, 

— AND— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

The whole betas* bnilf-, net like a pnbllo hotel 
bat ab It Is named. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"The Villa" is located at the last or nortb-weot- 
erng&toof tbe Park. 

Kpicnr..'»n Breakfasts, Dinners and Bappera 
prepared on tbe aOorteat notloe. 



AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND 
m a. XjOort . 

NO. «ea 9AOBAHENTO STKFKT, 
Known as tbe CHICAGO BEER DKPOT. 

CEORCE B. AUSTIN, 

HAVING PUROUASBD TBE AB'iVE, WILL 
bo HPflgedtt) meet all old AU--VI RAI.1AN8 
and NRV 7,< AI.ANDtRJ, tbeir friends aod oit- 
tKfny general!', who are aaearad ef a beartf wel- 
come and sooti obner. HOT LUNCH eT.rj d-y. 
i-KKK AND K.ASY every Satorday Eveoioe at 8 
o'clock. L" irat-oiiB? Pianist. )a2-lm 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




SHOW BILLS A ! SPECIALTY. 



GUDIO MANGEftBERG 

PBOPBIBTOBB. 



SCO., 

i»-l» 



V. J. GATELY, 

Formerly of tbe 

"SUNBURST SALOON," 

Is to be foand at 

Hit New Sample Boimi, 1018 Murtet 

Street) opposite Fifth. 

ay Hla old friends aod tbe pnbllo reneratly will 
And here ths choicest brands of LlQUQRb and 



MILITARY GOODS 

....AJTD, .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICAI 
TRIMMINGS, 



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' atreea, Aeieiaa *«. S. 

*. bodokm jeanoa. 



GO TO THE -WINDSOR 

BOOT AND SHOE STORE, 

OOSH Market Street. 

Near Firth. 

Tbe Largest assortment for Gents, 

Ladies and Children, 
at the Low»8t Prices. ji5-lm M. F. VVALbU, 




To the Unfortunates 

JtK. OHHIOIVS BISF£JVSABT. 

RO. eSS KEARNY STREET, 0014- 
oer of Commercial, Ban Franoltoo 
(■ ntr»nceon Oommerolal street, llatab- 
lisbed in W4, for Lbs treatment aod 
onre of all diieisos of tbo nrinarr and 
tcenerative o raos, and alt pbyaioal oon- 
.. weakoess oonuequent upon tbe error, 
or rgnoraaoerif tne seies. Ckindisoasn ( .f years' 
standing) ai d oloirtti'd lose BoooeMalnlly treated. 
Tbenicsand itaunUlictid b»ouM nob fail to call 
upon him. The Doctor his ttarol -d exteosivelj 
In Enrope, and Inspected tborongbly tbe varione 
hospitals tbero, obtaining a great dual of vsinabli 
information, wblob be is ornnpeteot to impart to 
those in need of bis services. Dr. Gibbon will 
make no charge nnless be efffots a onre. Address 
DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957. Ban Franolsoo. 

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ProRraumea, and all kinda ol Printing (or ' 

SHOW. LrXTUUI. COHOEBT, THr 
•ATKK und VinOUH UANASBIU, 

AT LOW KATBS, BY 

!13. 3T?". sterett, 

SSS tir.AT 8TBEET. mbl 



LEAKY ROOFS, 

■Tin, Asphaltnm, or Bos- 
ton Mastic 

REPAIRED. 

Send order* to H. G FIBEE, 
809 Mark . t street. 



CENTRAL 



No. ITS O-eitry Street, beat iic<-om«niii 
tionsfor Families In tbe City. Private En- 
trance for Ladies. Hair Oattinar, Shavinpr and 
ShutDpooing. Cbildron's Hair n»atly cut. Ladies' 
Shampooing 50 oonU. L. OOKRIVEAU, 

Proprietor. 



319 BU8H STREET. 

ALHAMBRA HOUSE. 

THIS BOUSE, BEING CENTRALLY . ,..,. 
looated, near all tbe principal Hotel*, ffigf 
Restanrant and pUoes ot Amaaement, IflJ 
Btraogorsoan And. good, comfortable, pleas- ■'■s^"' 
ntand elegant roDoia &t roanonable prices. 
oo24-tf 



CANDIES. 

ALL, KaNDB OR THK BTNRBT OA1TOY 
madeatonr Rteun Oandy Factory dally. All 
orders, especially from tbe country, are soholWd 
„d ^ll be prompt* a^jj«- WAGlrra> 
aoala M>T KooUomai, .t_ oar.r Sqktei 



BEEF AND FOKK^dBBfm 

BUTCHER, ^MaVW 

Stall, Ol to lOO On Market. *■ *■■ 

■AT The anoet popular rmfly ttuaia aheelar. 

ooli-lre 



MANNING'S OYSTER GROTTO 

ino PINE S'., below KEARNY. 
fJb^O Far Lndi^a and Gentlemen. 

Manning Pan Roast 11 

Is NEW and ths Moat Delioiona Diah in the 

Oyster line. 
X Am TCJLilo Inventor. 
A. W. MAIVNIIVG. Proprietor. 

BOlO-tf 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hal 

CHAS. L HTOXI-; Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street* 

Between California and Pine. 
Thla elsgant retort, has lately been enlarged, as i 
now oontaiua ^ ni>w Bot^I U'iUb. Th« I'k«i i.'hioi 
and Cigars a< tbe Btr. Fftes larg* (IdbIf (amnlM. 
rooms, for olnba aod private parties on their owl, 
termn aod rales. )«T-3os 



THE CLIFr^ HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEANl'lURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, fflOftSTER SEA LiONS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WIFE! 

BRING VOUK FAl-fllVYI 

BRING TOUR LADY FRIENDS 

AndenjoraTiaw of "the finest OCEAN PANO- 
RAMA IN TUP. WORLD, all In eight of 
tbe world-ieao«ned 

Golden Gate. 

With s fleet of whito-wingsd merecngers entering 
from erory part oT tbe commtrvlal world. 

BS*~Now Line Buusee, cooneotlng wiMi Street 
Cam at Lone Moantrln every ].'< mlnntes berrafter 

(•■ Ihelllirf U.n.. J , 1 > t 



tor thl I III! Honro 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 



Either California or Eastern Oysteri 



Oooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'S, 

Btalls 57,58 and 59 Oalifornla Market. 
(Entrance on Pine Street,) 
■ST Families and Restaurants snpplisd at abort 
notioe. dc 17-1 in 



q^ 



J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

Otra*. Beeoed und Tehama etreete. 

■sarTerrapln oonttantly on hand. 
f Oysters In every etvle. PRIYATS 
B.SOPPER ROOMS Fv^R PARTIKS. 
deo Sl-bf 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS, 0LAM8 and all kinds a 
or Shall Flab, Stall OS Oalifornial 
Market. Ban Ifranciaeo. >nea Day 

id Night, ""amlllea, Pobl . j and Pri- 



W 



R. MEND EZ V 

No. 19 Geary Street 

fRRKANl) EASY every 
Sflturdey evenintr at 8 o'clock. 
Boet W.D8B and LiQnorfl, Tbe 
''O'd Sport" will nluravs be on 
hand u» meet his frisLde. 

jn23 




TUFATBF, MLVDTIIEL AND MAS. 

QUEKADJB REQCIBEUMlls 

WHOLESALE. 

Tlghtl, Pads, linrl'ijuin, Clown and Anima 
Dresses, Maeke, rJpn< glpH, and G' Id and Stiver 
TrinirntDgs. NAlHAiV .ICbaPU A-CO., 

do*2 «■• t Clay Street. 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADIES' 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSEE 

* Has Removed to 
844 WASHINGTON ST.. 
Four doors below Btookton st<*C 
Hairwork of all Descriptions mads to ordea 
Ohargai moderate. JSll ln« 




MINNIE WILLIAMS, 

PROFESSIONALLY KNOWN AS "LITTLB 
MINNIE."— ibla iovenil) a tress, with tbe 
London bier Company, last heard of to the KaaA 
indieB, Is implored to write to her mother In ban 
Fr*noisoo, Oil'foroie. Tbeatrloal jonrnalsare re* 
qasstsd to make a note of this. jal2-tf 



JeJ-U , 



WELCHMJN AHOY. 

HRY JOKES' 8DBSTITUTE FOR VITRIOL 

[,»t •***••».•**"* 



IBM JOURNAL t)f AMOSXMKSTS. 
PobUihftd ctmt D»y In the Y.ar by 

j -p. boo-A-R^tts 

(rrckixt and 5SS W<ufc»«to' »t« 



BATUliDAg JA- NOABY 17.187* 

PAH COAST tRAMATIC N£WS. 

BACBAME?nt) — Ml«b K.ioerin* Rogers m»d» bar 
flril.ppt&rsLo^ Id O lilorn'a, at tbs MalrapolL 
tin TbtH". nader tbs ra.n«K.iotot of Jobo Piper 
on la*«d»y tTealDK. "Borneo *Dd Jaliet" wm 
tbepUj. IbeSurtuuio Uoion cf Wedoeid.j 

iiM: 

Sh* emoted lo« cb»rae*t>r of "Jolitt" In ■ veiy 
Intelligent tnanaer-natnrei, je*. i-xc«»diBc y fo/- 
Cib.-.td >rt-t,dociC(T mocb 'T.«m»lttT tn the 
reading**!* ll-rlti*. 'l)u*ir Mt> of lt» p»rt. So 
DNtt r tiw.Uotg ibo •no»ti(iB. the J 1 "*" 1 ® x ; 
bibiUd ft »eviv*- ior> e Ibat niftde b« r [ i 
to tbe etoercncy. Her uf-i.co i» t«w prepot- 
MieiDB.ibo b log po.»*»»*do! a floe rom and 
h.cd.om.' >LU Ul»t) l I** -Or**, waile bar VOICe 
I* ejnp.ib'tc 't<l ro> I k*Ij 10 lueonie »«mi. 
.0'. -. Wo prtdict Urbtr » ancetMlot engage- 
m ml. 

Tbetame paper epoke highly ci \T. J. Oogga 
well"* impersonation of Romeo. On tbe fallowing 
nlgbt BoncicauU'e drama of "Mlmi" waa prehea- 
ted, and baa 0#|1 ("iC ?'*«* cv ' r ,inC9 ° D M9D " 
day MiM Roger* tnli Uk« o*J L*o*»* Li ? .,.. M . . 
If. v>d«rlotd for tp*~- y prodQOl ioo*. Tbe Bee. 
■ peikiog ol •** R t p, r!orilU no« of Mlmi, 
•if*' 

There wae nilbiig -minXa* either in tbe 
obildub woadcot (he eiople maid at the per- 

teaityof ber low to reconcile bis patricao coa- 
nletion witbamarnaga belr.w bie raok.oriatbe 
btarl-reodlcg t»rt<ng wHn Maurice, in wblcb ebe 
threw eninleasUy if paaaion that waeqoitenew 
t* ne, and whlob has raiely been tqaalled, to make 
her penun.t oo a ©omplste eooceea. The varion* 
' aoenes gave occasion for a display of even quail t* 
of ■ devoted won»m»*o heart, and la ihooi al.evrn 
to tbe iligbest abides of differerc, Mie> Bog*r»' 
portraia! was pjrfeoi. "hebaa isdeedall ihit *Wd 
earoettoesa sod tower to los* her owo lodivional-' 
|«y in tbe character that efce rf preseote that we 
are tooft-n l»'d is the best Wet of hiatilooia 
genius. It U-erUinly :n the emotional and more 
elevated pa. If of lbs cr.ra* I hat Mies Rogers bai 
her greatest ttreratl* With mor- womaoly gric» 
nod natnraloeie :b.n *lmo.t toy of tbe 1-adlng 
aot ressas on ih» American suge.sbe iainonr jodf_ 
meal witbont ht r qiallo the peraonatlon of tb e 
obanoleraol the emotional d-nrnn. 

Sak Joss.— H. A. DrLacy- hae done mnch to- 
vardi ex?liiE.ra tsoto for fevaltofol amoiement 
among tbepibl'C of -so Joae. 1 est s'g^t J. M. 
Hotcbin« . jbibitedbie pictarta of Yo Semite. 
and lectored -t ihe Opera Hon-e. and Prof. Faber 
, introduced bis wanderfol talking machine. The 
siroe enterulnmenl will b« civen this tvening 
Next week \hs wond-rfnl GirardMhe Bemmele- 
refgbleUre M'lle Marie Gaog\in, the Tnmbler- 
onicaii. and other featnrfa of ibe "Naiad Qaeeo" 
will b< presented st the Opera House in a piece 
constructed for tbe purpose of mtrodu:ing tbtin 
Mr. DaLacy spares neither trouble nor money in 
catering for tbe annanment of the people tf Stn 
Joe*, and deals liberally w itb ibe profession. 

Oakland — Nd amusement hero at present, bat 
the people are talki g of buildiog » fheaire to 
cost f\<Q I.M. and aeat 600 person'. Gray, who buill 
tb*S»o Frsncisoo Opera Hocae, is mtv.rg in the 
matter. 

J££° ^.K%TWoV. T Wir^AHee" v.;;. "*<■ 

Templeton aod others are snoonoeed to perform 
hsre oo Monday. Taesdat and Wedoeeday. John 
H liUDter ii ba»inf-s ro^nsa-r of tbB troupe, 

Nev*da.— The Temple ton Tronpe are t> perform 
hire on f ' ur*dav and Friday of next week. 

MaBTsviixe.— Tbe Templeton Troope will per- 
form at tbs tbettre on Saturday and Sunday of 
D*xt week. 

BugEKi-— At Uteatadpioes the Fanny Morgan 
Pbelpa Troupe w.? playing at Pratt's Opera 
House, which baa been mocb improved. The 
Company comprises Mits Fanny Morgan Phelp>, 
8. W.Piercy, J.mes Barrows. F. J. Crowe!!. Blias 
Llpiif.J. W. VTilker, Mr. Miltor, H. Bnroett, 
Miaa Cirrio Lipals acd Mies LVzz-e Morgan. Oo 
Mooda^ last the 'Colleen Bawo" was presented^ 
TbB MoGinley Troupe ff dancers and vocalisla 
wereplsyiog •tRjen's 'fhtatre. Times were good 
and both troop»a were rcakitg money. 

OdoeS.— . S. Licdisy and a dramatio oompsr.y 
were nerformins here &t lateat dates with good 
auooea*. 

Salt LakzCitt.— Jimes A. Heme entered on 
tbes*iot-d weak of hti eagagement, on Monday 
with good prospects. He npoeared as Terence 
O'More in' KatbUen Mivourasen," and aa "Solon 
Shingle" in tbo play of that name, A drima by 
John DeBonay, cntitlsd "Oar!otta, the Queen of 
tbs Ar a-," wai in rehearsal. 

Pobtljud, O.— Oharlee Vivian, supported by 
G. W. Jester, tbe ventriloquist Madame Ue ff>rtb< 
soprano, ecd Madame A. E. Mmf, piamite, gave 
a matinee enter tain it ens at Oro Fino Tbea~ 
tre list >ainrd»j-, and performed again in the 
evaoing, H- received a btarlj weloome, being a 
■ raat favorite ttiere aa be is everywhere else. A 
F. Bailey is bnsiama manager o' the troupe, 
Mi dame Laura Agnes Stevenson is in Portland 
singing at Trinit Church. * 

AlbaKT, (_».— Vivian and troupe on tbe 7tb. 

ECGii.sE Cttt, o — Oharles Vivian, G. W. Jesier, 
and others on tor 8th. 



Tbe Yonnjf Uain from tn« East. 
" I'm a htranger in tli- city, 
I'm lat-ly trcm the Ea»t, 
A*nd mink v fund of oyaterj ; 
Wh^re can I.<ta feast ? 
I'ro been t ■ all L« rr-.taKrants, ] 
But nowh-re c 'aid I find, 
A plate of Ea tern oyeterfl, 
Of the old-fa-htoucd kind.", 

" Well, I can tell yon," said hie friend, 
"Eiacly whrre to go, 
And whTt) to get yoar oyBters, 
Direct from orber* they grow. 
Jast takf a stroll down PLNB STREET, 
At 410. below the Market, 
Yoo'll eee a sign, -THE bADDLE BOOK, 
Yon can't i-il to remark it. 
• 

" Emerson Oorvllle seeps the place, 
The beet Baloon In town, 
Tht-r-* yon tao g^t yonr oyatera raw, 
Or fried so crlep aod brown. 
He's the 1 rg»« oyster dealer 
On th- Pacific Ooart. 
And that ho aeeps the freshest 
Has ever been his boast. 

11 He's got nice little private rooms. 
Where vou can fit at ease. 
And eat your Oa lfornla stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All the young men of tavhiOQ go 
xtight to trje SADhLE BOOK, 
To eat th^ir EASTERN OYSTEBS 
And drink their BhenlBh hook." 



Oysters. 

In strolling round the other night. 

To look at Triaco by ks 

unr careless ten , by chanco aid stray 

To where a fountain's ceaseless pUj 

Of eparkllng water*, made a screen 

Through which a sweet bonqnet vrae Been ; 

While mossy stone and jK-*rly ehtJi, 

O'er which the waters softly fell. 

Made that window room to be 

Home fairy grotto of tbe sea. 
otop," said my friend, "let's go In here 

(t loose so nice— and try their cheer." 

"All rlebt," I uld, "I most agree 

That this place suits me to ft TV" 

No sooner bad we found a seat 

Than at our side a waiter neat 

Made his appwaranoe, aesed our wtah— 

Said they nad almost any dies 

That we minnt name. We found It trur , 

And cooked maymfxaiiiy, too; 

Ail kiiid* of oysters. Juicy, fat, 

Oooked every style; Juat think of that. 

And if your month don't water, then 

Toa're different from other men. 

They'd olamssnd crab* and terrapins';! 

fn fart. v» foond tbey had within 

That coey placeoii kindr>of game, 

rt*h, 3esh or fowl which we cotld muse, 

While every Mah was, I am sure, 

Prepared lo t-mpt an epicure. 

Ihe ladles, too, h»ve feund, twould seen;, 

That tbey have hen the best Ice cream; 

So here tbey flock, ^be little sinner*. 

To get what thoycall "eu^h nice d:nnera, M 

Whoever doubtg this let him nub 

To three hundred " •-- ' "^ Hn-b, 

inn t^erethisVrath rii7llnnTnia4e"pWn! ] 
e^° taore once will go again, , 

Paciflo Oyster Bouse, S37 Bush street, above 
H iDtgomery; open Day and Night. 

OHAHi*£S SAAKS. Proprietor. 



War JOeclarocl. 

Some people talk of Ooba, 
And epeik of wer with Spatn, 

Hoping our soldier; will go forth 
And tike iheBpauish <mlD, 

But, wiser m»o perfer to go 
Aod B"l an nyeter at*- w 

A< the Hooxaway Houae on Market street, 



Boa 



g.nt ar 



H<rem n can laltt their buaioeaa 
While hosned io * pile 

Oyotere and d ff vat kiod of Bsrt 
Are cookd io »=serr ttil-, 
A private door od fd":, street, 

A dm is the ladles fsl* 
Wnile toipal^nforplegaaQo 

Mlies»-v*'r>boiy stare. 
For business m-o. aod other folks 

It never ca b" be»L 
Tbe fo^d is gc-d. tbe prioefl low 

At ltXJt Market str-eL. _ .12-1 

fc.D. Kbehmke. Proprietor. 



H. Peyaer, t\9 Montgomery Street, 

Wishes t • inform hfs frlenda and customers 
tbat be Las r-moved baok again o his old 
stautl, has enlarged his ttore, and has on hand 
thechfapett ad finest rtock of lien's, Youth's 
and Boy's Clothing ever opener in this city; and 
also, a fin* st ik of Men's and-*B^'e Fnixlahing 
Goods. Doi't forget tbe Lumber. Call before 
examining elsewhere. 11* 



The Art of J>airncing and. Be- 

portment, 

Tiose who appreciate culture will be glad to 
learn that Professor 0. B. Lester bag opened 
an Academy for the purpose of t a:bing, not 
only dancing, bnt those grace9 of deportment 
without which no c ie can Bhlne in society. Fiof. 
Lester is a thorough master of hie art, one of 
tbe best on this tide of tbe Bocky Mountains. 
0ia3Bes are held at Grand Central Hall en the 
corter of Sixth and Mask 1 1 tree t a on Mondaye 
and Thursdays. 

G-o Where itxe "Wooabine" 
TwinectA 

And partake of the luxuries ti be found 
there. The btft of seasonable hot punches 
of all karids, "wonderful" Intel ej fcTery day 
and* night Private ptrlorF, gentlemsoy Ireat 
ment by tae proprietor of the "Wcodbine." 
Geo. Collin, No. 1 Morton itrett, one doer 
from the great thoroughfare— Kearny street. 
Call I Ubh 



Happy We«* Yen.i*. • 

For Bon Bona ata McttOB fcr your New 
Tear'e^tible, go to "The Leadlcg Candy 
Store," George HaaF & Ca's, 20 Kearny ftreet, 
near Market. Their dl play of b oil nay faccy 
goods will tot illy eclipse any former exhibition 
of this very popular firm. Tb^y have also im- 
port d the m >et eleeant assoitmeit of French 
Candy Boxes and Ocrnucopiaa ever seen in tbis 
city. . [ 11-8 

Important to smoKera. 

Few men in San Frtnci-co are awtre tSat 
ha enterprt-lng firm ol Kan a & Hias axe em- 
ploying white females labor in the manufac- 
ture of their OigaM. The very be*t mat-rial Is 
_._ „ ro - D ,.amiBrraren-. rjm ftnff conviuoe 

youwelf at 773 Market street, between Third ft 
Fouith street. Finest brands Havtna Olgars 
oonstaxt.y on hand. k Hi 



XTox* Photo-crayons. 

Andreproduolion in a superior style, go to 
Edooard & Cobb, 506 Kearny bu near Cali- 
fprnio, Ttoae desi'lPg any of the above for 
dhrietmaa presents, ebould make a^U'***™ 
before the rain seta in, ai-d so avoid disap- 
pointment, satisfaction guaranteed In ail 
cases 6l 

The Old Sti»Dd-8«4 Sanseme Street, 

Opposite the Americaa Exchange, where the 
pablto will find the finest hrmds of Wines end 
Cigar* tbe martet aff.rd", al=o a^ flrst-olasB 
lunch served from 11 to 2. KMlk.-n * Vtfj 

proprit tors, ____^ ' ^^ M ' 

Bemoval..— 'WalameOlar* Antonls. the C!a'.r- 
voyant Physician and Independett Trance 
Meiiom, 20 Geary itre t,B<arK^aroy. Consal- 
tat'ons in English, French and German. Io 

Bemember the place to buy first-class butter, 
eggs and cheese, is No. 72 and 73 California 
.Market. t 12r 

Frcihanil 8wwt. ■ • 

For the best oonfecttooory. ga u> Oantr anfl 
Wagner'a. lffl Montsomerv su oear Sutter » 

UcDoweU, wfctow Card Writer 

Beady made and n.„e to order. Boom 10 

50/ Marteet str**et. cnr. P*»Rt and Montgomery n 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I 



ART ASSOCIATION. 

OPEMNO QP 

WINTER EXHIBITION. 

THE GALLERY OF TBE SAN FRAKOISOO 
Art Assooiatioo.Sia FINE STRKET, >a now 
Open to tbe public daily, frcm lit a m. too P.M., 
and from 7 to 10 p.m. 

A splendid col'eotien of 

CASTS FROM THE ANTIQUE 

la on exbibitioD for the fir-t time, embracing many 
of tbe most famous Greek M*ioes and PArtbenon 
Frltze Relievos. Aleo morj than 

One Hnndred Orlclnal Oil Fainting*. 

Iaoludiog the celebrated picture br Jacob*, of 

".'A31SON AWD DELILAB," 

Season tiogets, sdmii ting ganMemin and lad?, $3. 
birgld adiniaaiDO, tQ oentB. dl6-tf 



That Gorgeous Furniture 

..•.FOB THE.... 

HOLIDAYS 

HAS ARRIVED. 

COMB and SX1E3 IT. 
CALIFORNIA. 

Furniture Manf g Co. 

220 to 226 BUSH ST. 

del8-lm 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



Asa J-t vVaugaman's TXeTT fSa- 
ApOJOa 

Corner of B"al?e:h and LsIdesdornT Ptreet?. 
Large a-d c^mmo'iiou 1 ! saloon oeLt-ally lo:a- 
tad, with ante-rooms, supplied wjtb tbe best 
brands of Ufjuors and OUars; bouLt>ouB bet 
lunch— his gre;t epeciolty— «ervat from 11 a. 
m. t) 2 f. m , ana a cold lmK-h afterwards. Drop 
In and "bs satisfied." 12bb 



Hair Goods- 

The cheapest place in the city to buy Human 
and Imit tlon talr goode, Toys, Dolld, Ribbons 
etc.. Is the New York store 110 Second street. 
Agency for hair t life good-, miceot pure silk 
Ho branch stores. Goods s nt, O O. D. The 
N.w Tors : t.r« b-js b_-en e tablisbed for years, 
and 1b the leadiog one In the city. 



Do JSot Sudor from Corns. 
Tbe unfortunate sufferers from Oerns, Bnn< 
one, Olub and Iugrowing Nails, can find instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Oowao'e Insti- 
lute, 310 Kearny ^treet, from 1 to 8 F.U. Vfe 
tmAak from experience, having tested the Doc- 
tor's capability. References erven Ifreauired. a 



Or. Doliorty 

Bab deToted hla study more particularly to 
onronlo and speciflo practice, and as such is 
now the most suoceesfnl of any Fhysiclan hi 
9an Franolsoo. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leldesdorfl, a few doors oelow What 
Gheer Eon?*- i 



Savm Moore, 

Formerly of Rbbb Houfie Carriages, can be 
onnd in front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
abltehment, southwest corner Bush and Mont- 
gomery gts., or Dexter Stables, Carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
w night, at reduced rates. pq 

Trie Delicacy ol* evil Seasons 

Is R. F. BrjKatEB's Oinb Sausage; Its fame has 
spread far and wlie throughout tbe laud. The 
only place to obtiln this celebrated Sausage it 
at stalls Ti and 75 California Marktt. llz 



A. Really' ObolCQ Cigar 

Can only *~e obtained at tbe OrIeiit\l Cigar 
Store, 229 BnshSt rpposlt) M-r^anille Library, 
where the very fi.ee t Havana cigars and Tobac- 
co are alwajs on haad. 12-4 



Holiday liatai. 

Certainly a " w hat is about aa pleasant a 
holiday gift - ;aa be imagined. There 1b an 
Immense stock of Hata to telect from at "The' 
Hat St re, 6*7 Washington street {second hat 
= tore below Kearny). The newest styles a rav 
sonable prices. 12-j 

FEATHERS .leaned. Carted and Dyed, at 
SNOW'S, No, SS Poat atreet, 6x 



Dental Worst. 

Fob fixxst Quaxtrx or wore, go to T, 0. Jos- 
sup, dentist, cor. Sutter md Montgomery, over 
Tucker's. _ s-d 

Max Bachert.tiio Artist. 

(Late of Saronv's in New York.) now witn 
Bradley i Bulofaon, is If suing his Elite Por- 
traits. L 

Special to Ladies. 

For dressmaking in all its branches and tbe 
latest styles, caU on Mrs. J. J. Walker, at 310 
Post street. Terms reasonable. S Or 



Watches, Jewelry Etc. 
Of ever; description, at the verr lowest prices 
H, A, Oailenuer'a N. W. corner of Second and 
Mission Btreeta. Watohea oarefnlbj repaired. 8p 



Our butter and cheese we bougct at Chap- 
man's, 72 an! 73 California Market, and pro- 
nounce it superior to any In the m rle!. 12r 



UNION IhSURANCt COMPANY. 

DIVIDEND WOTICE. 

AT A MEKHNG OF THE BOARD OFDI- 
rr-e o a of the l.oi..>n Iu-uraccp Ojmpaov.he d 
Jana ry i2, 8T4 adividuod Ifto, H> woe deolared, 
parable at;be office of the Company oonnda.ter 
thllS.n icaiant- CUa LE3 D. HiVEN, 

Secretary. 
Ban Francisco. Janaar; 12. 1&74. jal6-2w 



DIViP£KP NOTICE- 

Odd FeltOWS' MT.TigaQ Banb. 

fHF BOARD OF DIRKOTORR OF THE ODD 
1 Fcllo«»' Saviags Bank have this day declired 
a dtvidrna at ibe raie of nine and non tenth (9-10) 
percent per aonnm on PEKMANENT DHPOS- 
IFS, "id St the rate ef eeven hd<1 torea-teotbe 
^7 3-0) peroent. t«r annum on SHORT DSPOS- 
il'-f Tthe ""lni-inoasl term ending Deo^mber 
31, ?673, paiable od and niter the into iretsnt. 

JAMES hEVSON, Sacre'arr. 
SinFrancieco, JaDnary 9, 871 j.i.-2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Savings and Loan Society. 

610 GLiT STKKBT. 

AT A MRHNING UK 1H« BOARD OF DI- 
retii'f- t Ij.lm .m; t>. .87 1, a dividend w..s 
declared, Erteof F*der I ux,*of nin-i (9) ptr cei t. 
per ao nasi on all d ceit-, I r the f x mot'ths end- 
ioK December 5J, 13 3, d» 'bl* on Ai after ibe 
15tb loataa-. OYRUS W.OiKMANY, 

j*9-2* otshier. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Land Mortgage Union of 
California. 

ATA MEETING CF THE BO^RD OF Di- 
rector-, be d hie date, Jan nan 7 Co, a dividend 
Of CDf i9) ptr cent, wae dec.ird on tbe capital 
stock end investing abates subscribed prior bo tbe 
1st day of Jnly, 187J, and tan (If) v <st c-jot. on br d 
deposits, and eljfDt (8) per osot. od ordinary de- 
posit", free of Keder-lt-x. MDot:hCilde.-8 and in- 
vesting members a»-e nqa<Rted to present, their 
o ■ rtiticiites at the office, n'!i Post street, to have 
tneir dividends entered thereon. 
j»-S«r JUHN T. CARTER. Seoretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 
SECURITY SAVINGS BANK, 

801 Sanaotne Street. 

AT A MBETING OF THE BOARD OF 
directors held December Sutb, 183 .adividend 
to depoeit'-ro ntie declared for the term ending 
December 3Ht, 1871, nt ibe rate of nine and six- 
tvntDe (9 6-ld) p"ri.eut. por annnts on term d"- 
poeite, an > eucht (8) per cent, per annnm on ordi- 
nary deposit*— pay ble on and after Jonnary 2. 
1S74— free of Federal tax 
J&5-2* T. F. BACON - , Seoretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

fiSe Ckvllferola St., cor. Webb. 



If OR THE HALF TEAR, ENDING WITH 
a. 31st December, 1873, a dividend baa been de- 
clared, at tbe rate of Nine (9j per Oint- ^ran-om 
oo Term Deposits, and Seven and one-ball (7'-;.i 
d- r c-ai . peranonm on Ordinary Deposit a, free of 
Federa' fax, p*y»ble oo after 12th Jaouary, 874. 
By Order. LoVEUL W HI l E. Uashier. 

ja-lar 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Savings & Loan Soc'y. 

THE BOARD OF DIRECTION OF THE 80- 
oiety have declared tbe dividend for the sec- 
ond i-f,lf ji-ar of 1873, . ndtng thle date, at tbe rate 
of oin* (9) per ce&t. per tnn mon Term Deposit*, 
and s-ven aod one-calf (7.S) oer ceo*, per annum 
en Ordinary Dp pDsit*. free of F-dtrO tsx, paiable 
on and after January 15, 137|. B* order, 

OKu. LETTB, Hecretaiy. 
J»2-2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE, 

California Savings &Loan Society, 

318 CALIFORNIA STREET, 
Guarantee t'npltul, S300.0 00, 

THE DIREC OR5 OF TBE ABOVE ^OOI- 
e y Dave decl.red a dividend of Un <lii) per 
ee t, per annnm "owrm depoaKe, and elgot (8) 
par cent per annnm on ordinary deposits, for the 
term ending 3lst December, 1873, iron from Fed- 
eral tax, and payable on and -fter 5th January 
1874. Br order. D. B OHISHObM, Seo>, 



NEW GOODS 




Business Conducted on Fair 
and Honest Principles. 

02ST3E3 PHIOP. 



^?5 




P®2 

%RST PREMIUM AWABDBF 

Dr. HETVLEY'S 




At the State Fair, Sept. 1873 

AND RECUPERATOR. DON'T BE MISLEAD BY 

LONG AND POMPOUS ADVERTISEMENTS, 

BUr USE THE LONG-TRIED ANB ONLY 

Sure Invigorator 

KNOWN, THE UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS 

AN '■ IMMENSE SALE OF WHICH, FOR 

THE L.ST FIVE YEARS. PROVES 

IT TO BE THE 

KING OF ALL TONICS. 

Read Ph eiciana' certificate attached to *aob 
bot i e. Ex mine ewornftatenieutiof cures effect- 
ed, on HI- nt heofflce. 

For taU by all Druggists and Liquor Dealers- 
D. JtiPSTEIN dts CO., Bos JProprletore, 
618 Front Street. cclT 



S. F. and H. P. JR. R. Oo. 



CHANCE JOF TrnAE 

ON ANT* AFTER DEO. 1. 1573. THE STEAM 
er ANTELOPK. oonoecting at Donanne Land 
ing with the San Francisco & Norths Prcido Rail- 
road Oompany for Cloverdale and &)l intermediat 
itatione, will leave San Fiancieco daily (Sunday; 
exoptod), fromFroat Rtreet M'harf, at V p. M. Re- 
tnroing, tbe train will leave Cloverdale daily at 
6:00 o'clock A.M , connecting at Donanoe «itb tte 
3te-mer and arriving in San FianoiBoo at 11:00 A.af. 
Tne eteamera and care mak» close oonneotiooi 
with stages to end frnm all points 

No more BUMlAi KXOURSIONS until far- 
ther notice. 

e^- ^or f\\ information apply at tbe Company's 
office. MA Mentvomery street. 

apW PETis.R DONAHDE. President. 




14 Geary *>re>-t. nwr Kearny. 




DEPOT OF W tViND & KiSOHE'S 

BAY BREWERY BEER. 

& Cente a CHaei. 
colS-tf CHRIS FELDMANN. 



TUMBLERONICON 1 1 

DBOF, M. O'flEARUON, NOW PER- 
forming at the Oali'ornia Theatre Op hla 
beaQtifol inetrnment, the TUMBLERONICON, io 
prepared to f arniah pirties with a complete set ol 
glitsea and give instructions tbereoo. Addreae 
or call at California Tbeatre or Cosmopolitan 
Hotel, jaH-lw 



AIL GOODS WARRANTED AS 
REPRESENTED. 



New Goods Arriving Daily- 



THE LARBEST STOCK AND LOWEST PRICES 
OF ANY HOUSE IN THE CITY. 



CLOTHING, 
COARSE and FINE I 




Th. Fortunate H&n 'Who Bn j » his Clothing 
al the IXL AUCTION BTOBE. 




THE UNFORTUNATE MAN WHO 
DOES NOT. 



UNDERCLOTHING, ALL GRADES. 



White Shirts for the Million, 



.'AXCY GOODS, WATCHES, 

JEVELBT, KOTIOAS, FIFES, 
PKKFCHEB, 81ATIOSEBT, 

OGLISH CUTIEBT, TJtU.\Kf, 

BASS, T1I1SES, TOBACCO, tie. 

A FDLL LINE OF 

Rubber Clothing 



CALL AID SEE FOB TOIK8EJ.F 
1IIAT 



/IweBlowour 

own Horn 
(Because 

1 We Have 
Got A Stock' 
That will 



i: 



ADMIT IT. 







IXL Auction Store, 



618 Kearny St., 



Corner of Commercial, 











■J* 



I ■—Mlit .4 l«*» 



FURBISHED ROOIS 

•10 (• WfM M„u 

west ['no' I 



i : Hli.M-1 



■i> mucin". K'lanti, j«xi art i«, iru. 



V.l. XIX. 



Kirrs hew music hall. 



— * 



CALIFORNIA THBATRI. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



^' iiMI'I.IMEXTAKI IIENKF.T " Vf 

? *lcr m.nit-el and vah.ety FIRST APPEARANCE in ^an Francisco 

Of *M aMnl 4 M li-im« at. 
... lalnawnl otirl Xlakllj 



i iv. M r.. i i 



JHbMj j 



Info,*^ 



yIIbb ANNIE! BIGGS 

■*•«* (HJHOJiT EVENING. JANUARY 19. 1874. 



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86 and FWe j 




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iiIuniJj[ilal!m 
lailBM ...SI 




>•■ «mH Ii.... Ortcteavt.. 




MTUMTE MAN m» 
DOES NOT. 

IIMLIMI 
r!s tor Ito lill* 



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it.jotiom." 1 ''* 

rrjje, iuiimOJ 

rtUBT. W»M 

ir Clofttal 

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DM *< 


PART II. 

NNIB niGOB 
rikflrt •* iMfl ea*. lAaacea. 



THIS KVEKINO JANUARY II 

■JIB i » i i i ii mini »«ii 
<|KaMll -Ttgl.el ,..t r •• I I XI 

BOUCICAULT IN CALIFORNIA 



JOHNNY TUERS, 

vto via i.e. ku «u r'.i'« m HQ) has, 
am *>«• I-.-.... •--_.. .< VI. I II UHIII.I 

■ thii rvimn o JANUARY IB 

TW rmtormtmm will aw-BUnw-M. with Ha. 
M VI f IMI MVm MINslKHs, 



cnAn/\OTBR»i 



Ml HIM 




IOH 



..MMI AND MAI 

M '■*«"■ fcrll» 
»r-d Mil'*. 

r***r «• 
>V. 



■ 



to,il.*r w.tfc. f-x.b« ft e« llae la S.a rratrlfre, Mr. r« I OICAll T » a-, el mi (-•.♦< J I raaae »t t I M 



m.K« ■ t 



KEBBY 

irul la tea feavlr of Oaratd De«e.eid .... 

I T-»s»t tal>*r l»t ta iba Tre e as k I » "U**f*o» ' 

■ • 



V 




1 •r"|. »»*•■;« ••4 (k .■*•■. 



Old Black Joe. 



Mm.. 

ObbwI. 



• at** i Itri 
HI- A. 111.,. 



O X-j I O . 



ibb U* weaeerfe 1 pe*rer at 

Ti-r M«r«ar *»« Oafrtn 

Wa». «(ffri 

Pavlf, Wtriir »*id Fa.l* r 

MIk Annie Hint 

..la HyifT Irl-h »»ffUiii»i 



Oka Hiilfr 



TW jarfo n-»n» will eocemde with 

rbat Rascal Billy. 

.Hill Anil*" Him* 

Wbi. (liO»rn 



llll. 



A. SOCIAL DAJNCJE 

,t the Conclusion of the Entertainment 



ran e or ADHimoi. 



►..•.Ilea... MB. l.mdy- 



RAH P.HM..MI 



llll>« am 

I. M.TK 

..■inn 

■ H Mil 



D.eal. at.gr.-h 
'I en* 



AlUr which Id. I...1.M- Local Tr «• MHttH 

.AT_.IL.Y -A.3V3>iT. 

Ilaarf A«a**a . ,.Tt*4 FlWh*a 



Tt* parfonaatrCA will r mm*t.o« '».a it i la« w th In) f area of 

jaNES BAST! 



OAPT. WIILIAM JOURS 

MR WILLIAM JOIIIS 

tom oHArriwos 

ALFKKD tsrMilLAR 

i I KKM.I . 

■s«. oapt Ai" wtLJJ.Aai Jdiris.'. .'..'.'.'. 

MRS. WILLIAM JON.8 

MATILDA MKRIO> . . 

MAR'MA HOII 

Binv M»it hn 



■ N. T1KTER 

J. - . VTll HAilMiv 

W. A WK-ATKR 

.1 Hnf KLKV 

I*. W. l.KA H 

MURRAY W'.np*. 
MIHS KM MA UTAlfLVY 



W Hr»» 
■-"•i n»tl»" .Inha WocrUrt) 

I » » M » \ v I H« ai«».irMH-l»HM'i» 

•fi-r i.m.1 • MIm Kallli MawarA 

l-onrif th» p •«• Iba Kraal »"_' L-*_ yL'Q 11 , , 4 ^ i 1 **.- 



ntCKERSONM EITUSIOafB. 



OTAJ Ca-TJATwlD. 

K.llf Br— An! RUaaVw 

OwwnaAaar. .Javaafta I'Mm* 

MOVni.r.aO»M —a !>*%• I UniiKr. <fe HBAT 



Ta«r« ... 



FOUR OLD MAIDS. 

.. K*..'.... .. -Ricll»Mn. And.. 



LES CHAISE- 

.. .."VmIsVVmILyTi'fNI^ <A«MM *ad 

.MISS NKLLIK H1IMI>S ■ 

Ca aatc >oa ■ 



SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1814, 



TtalJ pngaxemtnt 1* for 12 p rlormaicja only.dariDg which will be pre*>-nted 

The Colleen Bawn Daddy O'Dowd, & Arrah-na-Pogue. 

E»ch pl»y, thf-mfore, can be pr«B0Lted for two or three Night! only. 

SunuayliTeiilngr^^ 



-■,_, ,i-- ir ja»T* 

.■fUr Krlll 



THE POLITICIAN. 

l«lo».r»oo *"« B»rlo» 

Cholc« B*leell.n. Fm»t B.mtw. 

To ooDcladi with the Etut ln« Fttti of ti. 
GRACEFUL BROTHERS. 

RIcksnoD Oiiilin Inil Rllohf. 

Ensued .nd will sbortlr urlve, th. he.atir.1 apeeUlty 
Art.tto and B«rlo-Comlo To^All.t 

MISS AIiIOB ROSS 

Also, fie eccentric OomedLn end Oomlo Sioger, 

MR- BD. BttTRHAT. 



Lttention, Good Livers! 



.1" 



R. P. RRROES. FORMHKLY 
proptivior of iba Mtaan' Ras- 
araat, baa takaa tba Baaaacam^at 
both Iba Mloara' Raafaoraat on 
Biraarclal alnat and tba MiBara* 
raooo oo Atarkat Itfaal Oar Bill* of Van 

■&•—<» all tba daltoaetaa of lbs »"£"• '-"■ 
«tto u;-Ooo-l Para. Good Oooklu and Modaraif 

r. iirKura *(o. 
AINERS' RESTAURANT, 

HI aad *«• Ooamaraial. tS* 
7«» atarkat atraat. 
Opaa fom t ..M- la "> rM. — 28-tf 



IHOT T SOOTOH 

SALOONS, 

38 Sutter Street, 

And 336 Bush Street, 

IAOH ONLY 1WO IIOOKH FROM 
KEARNY ITBECr, 



«Sh.ll Drinks 
lO Gts. 

iOT& COLD WHISKY PUNCH 

A SPECIALTY. 
tot Clam Chowder Eyery Night 

J. D. BRIOOS, I BRIOOS A TOPPING, 
„ PfDPrielor ol .he Proprietors of 

lU.r-8tr.et S.Iood. I Ba.h-3tr.et S.looo. 



IAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

(airdressing Establishment. 

!Q(t WASHINGTON BT., 
loUb.l«w Reamer PHI0R8 

BDUOKD. Bath.. V> cent.. 
a.Ttog, V> oeote. BAIr Oat- ^■RATH. 
a.. 36 oente, Bhftmpooins, 25 ■^ 
au. Medloet»d Beth.. JOHN GKBIF. 

•ei-tl 



0«t- 



DR. JORDAN'! 

iREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM. 

And tlotlciro orRodletae. 

■ In IVWi beautiful ud instruot. 

■ A n«M J .U. UUVF In .hlKte to he .«•■>. Qpto to thl 
tMtt WDlBl . r*". DA¥ tjrD NIGHT, .1 iUREKA HAU 
1 Ifflf 91'' *|BJ»»R«ltiroi».rT.tw.t. FOR MEN ONLy.. 

ilemr-Dm. Joadah'b P»rr*T. Oma U et *ll 






I BAB JOSE OPERA BOUSE. 



PHIl THEATRB. OAR BB BBHTBD BT THE 
- - - t-«u. ..l.jMlberjll/ 



HOT DRINKS 

....FOB. .. 

Winter feather. 

SACK, POSSET T, 

iiri.i.i:» WIMRB. Ktc. 

SPIERS & POND, 

422 SACRAMENTO 8TKEET, 

(One Door btlow SaDBomr. ) 

LTJ1VCH. 

A HEW BILL. OF FARE KVKRY DAY. 



A rOl'li.AK WRITER 

On Gastronomy, 

Three Unndrtd and Twelve BIIU of Fare 

Calculated to meet the wanta of 

ONE THOUSAND PERSONS. 

Who may therefore ba cerUIn of a different pro- 
gramme for 

KYCSY DAY IN TBK TEAR. 

Soup, Flah, Entrees, Joints, etc.. 

At eleven o'clock precisely. 
41* Sacramento Mroet, one door below Saneome 

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"TESE VILLA," 

At the New 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

The BaUdlng lu\»inc jaet been completed, is 
bow thrown open to < be pnblio. The boose Is ele- 
gantly lnrnisbed, and has 

Four Public Parlors, 

— AND— 

Ten Private Diiiing Rooms, 

The whole being bnilt.nat like a pablio hotel 
but aa it is named. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"The Villa" is located at the last or north-west- 
ern gate of the Park. * 

Epicurean Breakfasts, Dinner* and Sappers 
prepared on the sborteat notioe. 

GUDIO MANGENBERG A CO., 

PROPRIETORS. ij-10 



I». J. GATELY, 

Formeilr ol th. 

"SUNBURST SALOON," 

19 to be found At 

Hla New Sample Botmi, lOAS Market 

Street; apposite Fifth. 

■Or Bis old friends and the pnblio sreoerally will 
Hod bare tba ohoicest bratda of LIQUORS and 
CIGARS. »A-*di 



MILITARY GOODS 

....aJTD. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRIC*. 
TRIMMINGS, 



AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND 

eALOON. 

NO. SS8 HACKAMKNTO STREET, 

Known as the CHICAGO BEER DKFOIY 

CEORCE B AUSTIN, 

HAVING PURCHASED THE ABOVE, WILL 
be H "used to meet ftll old AUSTRALIANS 
nnd NF'W ZhAl.ANOfe.B3, tbeir friendB and i_.it- 
izhd» KCnerall , wbo are ABsared ef a henrt- wel- 
coron nnd Rood crn>er. HOT LU>0il evtry d*y. 
FREE AND HAKY every Batorday Eveninn at 3 
o'clock. Urst-oUss Pianist. ja_!-1m 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




BILL^ 



? SPECIALTY. 



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GO TO THE WINDSOR 

BOOT AND SHOE ST0hE| 

OOSH AfarUtt Street, 

Ne ar Fif th. 

The Largest assortment far Gents,' 

Ladies and Children, 
at tba Lowwst PrioeB. j*5-lm M. F 



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CENTRAL 



No 1131 Ofiiry Street, beat uccomodia- 
tlonator Families in the Olty. Private En- 
tranoe for Ladles. Hair Oottintr, Shaving and 
Shampooing. Ohildrcn's Hair n»atly oat. Ladles' 
Shambooing 53 cents. L. OOERTVEAU. 

Proprietor. 



319 BUSH STREET, 

A-LHAMBRA HOUSE. 

THIS BOUSE, BEING CENTRALLY jU± ^ 
located, near «U the p iooipa) Hotels, JJEa T 
Restaurant and plaoes of AHineement, MMi 
Stfangers can And good, comfortable, pleas- 
nt and elegant rooms at reasonable prices. 
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CANDIES. 

ALL IUHT.S OE THK FDIBST Q-KB1 
mXde .t oor 8t.»m Ouidj F-artory cUUi. Ah 
ori-re, eepeci-Jlr from the coontry. u. wllolfcec 
rod ^1 h. pro-opthr .ttjojja tj. WAQInHli 
aoalS 191 Honunmarr ft. new Setter 



BEEF AMD PORKv 
BUTCHER, 

m 



To the Unfortunate. 

»X. GIBBONS lllSPENSARY. 

NO. «S3 KEARNY STREET, COB- 
oer of Commercial, Sao Francisco 
[•n trance on Commercial street. Estab- 
lished in ISM. for the treatment and 
enre of sll diseases of the urinary and 

generative oigans, and all phjeloal con- 

ditioasor weakness consequent npon the erron 
or ignoranoe ff tne sexes, bktn disease (of years 
standing) at d ulcerated legs Bnooessfully treated 
Thesiekand the affliottd unonld not fail to call 
npon him. The Doctor has traveled extensively 
to Enrope, and ioepeoted tboronghly the varioai> 
bospitala thero, obtaining a great deal of vamabla 
information, whiob be is competent to impart to 
those in need of his services. Dr. Gibbon will 
make no cbirge unlets be efffets a care. Address 
DR. J. T. GIBBUaV. Box 1957. San Franoisco. 
BSaVtl 

POSTERS, 

Programme,, «od ell hinds of Priotiog for 

■HOW, (.BOITRH. COMCEBT. THK 

A'l'KR and OIBOVtl MUMEW 

AT LOW KATES, BY 

:o. :*7\ sterett, 

539 PLAT STICI.KT. mbl 



LEAKY ROOFS, 

Tin, Asplialtnm, or Bos- 
ton Mastic 

HBlP-aLlR-ED. 

Send orders to H. O. FISEE, 
809 Merkit Blreet, 



MANNING'S OYSTER GROTTO 

iOO PINE S "., below KEAENY. 
*k&0 For Ladles and Gentlemen. 



4? 



Manning Pan Roast 

Ii NBW and the Most Delioione Dish in the 
Oyster line, 

X avm T7A3.o Inventor 

A. W. WANNIIVG, Proprietor. 

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Tahoe 
Billiard Hal 

C HAH. _L 8TONB, Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Betweeo California and Pine. 
This elegant resort, has lately been enlarged, Mi 
now contains A new Bevel tables. The best Liquor 
and Cigars at the B»r. Kive large finely fnrnisbei 
rooms, lor olnbs and private parties onthalrowt. 
terms and rules. js7-3m 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN!' SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA L10NS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lnnoliea, 
Dinners and Snppers. 

□RING YOUR WIFE! 

BRING YOUR FAMILY! 
BRING YOUR LADY FHIKNDS 
Andenjoraviaw of the Bneet OCEAN PANO- 
RAMA IN THE WORLD, all In sight of 
the t*orld-ieno«vned 

Golden Gate. 

With a fleet of white-winged messengers enterlea 
from every part of the commercial world. 

■Sr-New Lioe Bosses, connecting with Street 
Oars at Lone Monntrln every 15 minutes hereaffcw 
for the Cliff Boose j yl-tf 



R. MEND EZ, 

No. (9 Geary Street 

£LS3X> LION, 

FRKK AND EASY every 

j Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. 

/ Beet Wines and Liquors. The 
"Old Sport" will always boon 
band to meet his friends. 

jn2* 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 



Either California or Eastern Oyster.., 
Cooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'S 

Stalls SI 5a »« d 59 California Market.' 
, Entrance on Pine Street,) 
war Families and Restanrants supplied at short 
notice. 



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J. C. COMBES, 
TEBRAFIN LXJ1VCH, 

©o-r. Second and Tehama atreeta. 

•(■-Terrapin oonitantly on band, 
f Ojetew in everr rtvle. PRIVATS 
tSUPPKR BOOMS F.1R PARTIES. 
■* dec Jl-tf 



MORACHANSc LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS, OLAMH and .11 kind,, 
rt Shell rUh. BUU •■ thailornl.1 

''aBaaBaae'' 



THJ-ATBJB, MIiaTB-tL AMD MAS 

(HKKAIIC KJEQBllJ.I-mEI.T8 

irHtUSALE, 

Tight,, Pad., H.rl«inln, Oloirn and Anlma, 
Dre.ee., Ma.kB, Spat glee, and Gold and 8Ul» 
TrlmmlDgA NATHAN JOSKPtt A OO 

BOS 



«41 Olfty Street. 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADIES' 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESIK 

Ha. Removed to 
84. WASHINGTON ST.. 
-. Foot door, below Btookton etrtT 

Hairwort of all Denorlptlon. mad. to ord.I 
Charge, moderate. le" "* _ 



9. 



MINNIE WILLIAMS. 



PROFESSIONALLY KNOWN A8 "LITTLM 
_.INNIE."-Thl. lOTOnll. ...tree-, Witt th. 
London Star Oompaor. l.et heard of In tt. KaA 
IndlM. 1. Implored to writ, to her -Bother to in 
Franoi.00, Oallfomla. Thaatriial I""*"* 
qoeeted to make a ooU of ttm. jaj_a-w 



WELCHMEN AHOY. 



•'VI&rA. 



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TBB JOBB B&L Uf AMO SKMEHTH. 

published «rorj Day in the Year by 

J- E« BOOAHDTJS 

CSS Struiul anil 5SS Washington St. 
Below Montgomery, San Francisco. 



MONDAY JANUABY 19, 1874 



An Old Adage Verified. 

The old adage runi, "One man may steal 
a horse, while another may not look OTer 
a hedge. " Thia Las always teemed an ex- 
aggeration, bat the times give it proof. B. 
Dorlet bad hiB grocery store on Dapont and 
Green streets, broken into some evenings 
ago and robbed. The Chronicle of Saturday 
tells tie rest of the ttory: 

Tj ere wa*i no clue whatever to ttie tbieTA*. 
but yesterday morning the proprietor of tbe 
Store was standing at the door, when he 
noticed a Chinaman pa^s along on the other, 
side of the s ra-rt, stop and look nt the 
hou»e. His actions seemed suspicions in 
the eyes of the victimized storekeeper, so, 
without futtber ado, he called an officer and 
bad tbe astonished Celestial arrested and 
oonveyed to the City Prison, where he will 
remain no tii tbe detectives can investigate 
the case. 

80 we find that while a Oancasian may 
break into a hoase and rob it without being 
suspected, a Cbioaman may not look at the 
house frem the other aide of tbe street with- 
beibg arrested by our aotive police. This 
more then verifies tbe old adage. 



Spiritualism. 

Spiitualism is making headway fast in 
Great Britain. Its leading organ, tbe 
Spiritualist, has just announced its future 
weekly issue. This paper is about four years 
old. It started ai a monthly and grew irto 
a fortnightly, and now is about to take an- 
other step in the same direction. The lead- 
ing men of the movement recently gathered 
and formed inti a body, to be called tbe 
British National Association of Spiritual- 
ists, and there is every reason to believe 
that they will establish a society which wilt 
take rank among the existing modern liter- 
ary and scientific int t itutiooe. 



Where! 

An Iowa sobool teiober has been discharg- 
ed for the very excusable offanos of kisBing 
a female assistant. We should like to know 
what inducement tiere is for any person to 
exile bimBelf ti tbe country districts Of 
Iowa to direct tbe young idea in its mnsket 
practice, if be is to be denied tbe ordinary, 
luxuries of life ? If a Platonic exercise in 
osculation, occasionally, cannot be connived 
at, where are the mitigating circumstances 
in tbe dreary life of a school roa&tgr? 



Effect of Eloquence. 

*'I see," said a Chioago lawyer, "a band 
of white-robed angels crossing the silvery 
straud, with beaming faces, bearing in their 
hands the laurel wreath of peace to place 
upon the browa of fieaa innocent young peo- 
ple!" Aud the jury sent those "innocent 
young people" to the penitentiary for ten 
yeirs for participation in the panel game. 



The Yoau^ ,Uun from the East. 
" I'm a stranger in tfcl* ctiy, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And might; fond of oyster 3 ; 
Where can I pt a feaBt ? 
I've been to all the reataarants, 
But nowhere could I And, 
A plate ef Ea tern oyeteie, 
Of llie old-fa hiooL-d Med." 

■* Well, I can tell yon," said his friend, 
"Exactly where to go, 
And where to get jour oysters. 
Direct from where they trow. 
Juat take a stroll down PINE STREET, 
At 110. below the Market, 
You'll aee a sign, -TflE SADDLE BOOK, 
Ton can't fa.11 to remark It. 

" Emerson Oorvllle keeps the place, 
The beat saloon In town, 
Thera you can get your oyeters raw, 
Or fried so crisp and brown. 
He's the largest oyster dealer 
On the Pacific Ooajt, 
And that he Beeps the freshest 
Ha- ever been his boast. 

*' He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where you can eit at ease, 
Aud eat your Oillfornlt stew, 
Or Eastern If yon please. 
All the young men of idbhion go 
-tttgat to the SADDLE BOOK, 
To eat their EABTEBN OYSTEBS 
And drink their Bhenieh hock," 



Important to Smokors. 

Paw men in S»n Prandfco are aware that 
he enterprising firm of Kahn A Haas are em- 
ploying white females labor In the manufac- 
ture of their Oigars. The very beet material la 
OBE<3 la this establishment. Gall and convlnoe 
yourself at 773 Market street, between Third A 
Fourth street. Finest brands Havana Clgare 
constantly on band. ij. T 



Owen Marlowe. In Brooklyn. 

The Spirit of tbe Times has the follow- 
ing: Moses W. Fieke, tbe clever low come- 
dian, now with Marlowe at Hooley's Opera 
House across the river, .bos tils tbest^ry 
of hisleaviog Samuells' Theatre: "Well, 
sir, this is the story: I was engaged at a 
certain salary for tbe Park Theatre Compa- 
ny, nnder tbe supposition t'aat tbe 
maoa?er was - a Cice^us— a millionaire— a 
rich fellow. Thres week's s»lary oame all 
right. Then it didn't. Then one-tbird 
was taken ofT, and tbings were not all right. 
Sometimes it was pretty bard to get money 
when it was due you. Then Owen Marlowe 
got bid burlesque and comedy combination 
up, to go into Hooky's Opera House. I 
(•aw money to ome ont of suob an enter- 
tainment, especial y at low prices of ad- 
mission. I tbougbt more of that tban of 
any impecunious firat-claes theatre's treas- 
ury, and I said I'll be low comedian of that 
combination; it was agreed upon. Your 
newspapers put it into tbe papers Sunday 
morning, aud Samuells saw it for tbe first 
time, so be says. However, I notified the 
stage manager and acting manager that I 
was about to leave. Samuells sent for me 
and wanted to know if it was true. I said 
'Yes.* He said 'That Bettlea it.', I said, 
'Tbat settles it,' and went away. At the 
theatre yesterday he sent for me again; 
wanted to know if I wouldn't back out, and 
said everything was solid now. I'd heard 
that before, over there, and found it very 
soft. So I told them 'No, I've promised and 
am going next Saturday nigbt. Next Mon- 
day I open at Hooley's Opera House in the 
nicest little cempany you ever siw.' He 
then said 'If that's so, yon oin't play here 
to-night, nor this week.' 'That Battles it 
again,' said I. *It does.' says my bold Sam- 
uel^, 'You'll get five day's pay, Wedoea- 
day,' 'Hold on/ said I, -'There's Thanks- 
giving and Christmas matinees, you know, 
that'll make a week— seven days.' 'No, we 
don't pay,' eatd Bamu;lls ( 'for matinees.' 
'No,' said I, 'not for Saturday matinees, but 
yoa do for thess. My papers say, one mat- 
inee a week, not tsvo.' So you see I'm dis- 
charged. Look at me I Behold a discharg- 
ed low comedian." 



A Brilliant **f>org." 

We heard one man express the most com- 
plimentary opinion of a dog he owned. He 
praisd him almoBt as highly as actors do 
rivals. He said: "That yer dog is smart, 
be is. Why, blast him, I went out a gun- 
nin' one day, and what d'ye think be did? 
He woke up a skunk thinkin' it wer a rab" 
bit. I lost a Buit of olotbes by tbat yere 
maouvre. I took him to kill a rat. What 
d'ye think he did? Bet ye can't guess. Why 
he just stuck bis tail in tbe rat's mouth aud 
commenced to shout as though he was vie- 
torious. Tbe other evenin' took him Kith 
me when I went to visit a friend in Brook- 
lyn. The dog went along. Now what d'ye 
tbink he did? Can't tell? Well, I guess not. 
Why we'd no sooner got to the hoose than 
he made a raid on the lady of it, and threw 
her into a fit. And when her husband went 
to her assistance, this yere brilliant dog got 
him by tbe pants and tore a piece out of 
them. Then he went for the baby tbat was 
in t -e cradle, and if I hadn't a got held of 
him and chucked bim out of the window I 
guess he'd chewed up that baby. I'd like to 
sell this dog, but I don't know of anybody 
who's smart enough to appreciate him. But 
it's my 'pinion tbat if he keeps on in bis 
brilliant way he won't live long." 



00 Hot Sutler from corns. 
The unfortunate sufferers from Oeras, Ban- 
ons, Club and Ingrowing Nails, oan find Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Oowan'B Insti- 
tute, 810 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 pjh. We 
?»w*k from experience, having te r ted the Doc- 
ter*s capability. References given lirequlred. e 



t>a% Donerty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
shionlo and speclfio practice, and as such Is 
aow the most successful of any Physician in 
San Franolsoo. Office SIP Sacramento street, 
joroer of Leidesdorfl, a few doors oelow What 
Oheer Houe* * 



Lucy's Theatrical Library . 

The private theatrical library of the lata 
Mr, T. H. Lacy, who bequeathed the bulk 
of bis property to the Dramatic College, has 
just been sold at auction by Sotbeby & Co. 
It realized 2,647?. Is. Mr. L*cy's great 
ambition was to collect everything relating 
t) the stage, and bis collection of provin- 
cial and London play-bills, dramatio biog- 
raphies and portraits, theatrioal oostumeB, 
etc., was almost unrivalled. Amongst the 
articles most eagerly contested for was lot 
638, Geneai's Account of the Eoglish Stage,. 
profus-ly ilietrattd with portraits of cele- 
brated actors, which brought 200J. Lot 965 
Lord Lyttin'd "Cromwell," a drama, of 
wbicb tin author had only four copies 
printed for his own use in altering or amend- 
ing, having tbe concluding lines iu the auto, 
graph of Mr. Macready (at whose sale it 
was purohaeed for 21. 2s. by Mr. Lacy,) was 
knocked down for 111. Lot 128, a collection 
of newspaper cuttings, lett3is,.&c., respect- 
ing the famous Jack Banister, sold for 11. 
5s., and eimiUr cuttings respecting Astley's 
Tueatre, for 1U., Banelagh Gardens, ,352., 
and Vaushull, 20/., 10s. The collections of 
costumes produced in several iu&tances ex- 
orbitant priest*. Theatrical autograph let- 
ters brought moderate prices, excepting lot 
1808,relating t) E. Kean aud his, family The 
various eolleotions of local and London 
play-bills sold at a higher rate than is ucu =1- 
ly tbe case. 

" Mr. Lacy's tbeatrioal portraits were after- 
wards disposed of. Among tbe more im- 
portant lots were Dowton as Sir John Fat- 
staff, wis "koocked down" for £3 10*.; Lis- 
ton as Endless, for £6 6s.; Miss Fannie Kem- 
ble aa Euphrasia, £5 5s.; Quick, as Colonel 
Hubbub, £7 15*,; T. P. Cooke, as Long Tom 
Coffin, £6;- Miss Love, as Zilla, £3 10.; 
Matbewa, as Monsieur Morbleu, £8 15a., 
Elliston, as Waller, £6 6s.; Harley, in tbe 
"Sleeping Draught," £6 6a.; Munden, as 
Dogberry, £10 10a.; John Reeve, as Grizzle, 
iu "Tom ^humb," £7; O. Kemble, as Mer- 
cutio, £7 10s.; Buckstone as Spado, £6 6a.; 
Yandenhoff, as Sir Giles Overreach, £5 15f. 
The entire prcoeeds, Borne £4,000, are to be 
handed over "to the General Thaatrieal 

Fund. 



ART ASSOCIATION. 

opehiho of 
WINTER EXHIBITION. 



1BE GALLERY OF THE SAN FRANCISCO 
Art Association. 818 PIKE STRLE r, 



A eptsndid col'eolien of 

CASTS FROM THE 



ANTIQUE 



la on exhibition (or tbe first time, embraoing many 
' f the most famous Greek St*' aea and Ptribeaon 
FtitZd Relievos. Alto mora tosn 

One UBUdred Orlclnul Ol! I".il -t lnci, 

locladirjg tbe celebrated picture b, Jacob?, of 

•'.'AHSON AND 1>ELII Afl," 

Season ticfeet-?. ndmn ting gentleman and lady, $3. 
tilraie udmia&ioo, 50 c»Difl. dl6-tf 



jA.2L.J-, I3NT. 



That Gorgeous Furniture 



....FOB THE,.., 



HOLIDAYS 



HAS ARRIVED. 



COME »±Lca. SE33S II". 



CALIFORNIA 



Furniture Manf ' g Go. 



220 to 226 BUSH ST. 

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I 



New 



Asa U Waugaman 
loon, 
Corner of HalJeck and Le.'desdorfl streets. 
iArgeard cammodioua saloon, centrally loca- 
ted, wltb ante-roome, supplied with the beet 
brands or Uquora and Olwra; bounteous hot 
laach— his greit ajeolalty— nerval from 11a. 
m. 1 3 2 p. u , ana a cold lunch afterwards. Drop 
In and "be satisfied." i2bh 



L- 



JEXaixr Goods. 

Tbe cheapest place In tbe city to buy Human 
and Imltitlon Lair goods, Toys, Dolls, Eibbons 
etc., Is the New York Btore 110 Second street. 
Agency for hair Ella goods, in We of pure silk 
Ho branch stores. Goods 8 nt, O O. D. The 
HewTorkttira hashaeu e.tabliehed for years, 
and is the leading one In the city. 

Holiday Hats. 

Certainly a new hat -is about aa pleasant a 
ho. Jiygittas caa be imagined. There 1b an 
immense stock of Hats to select from at "The' 
HatSt.re.6t7 Washington street (second hat 
store below Kearny). The newest styles a rea- 
sonable prioee. X2*j 

Our butter and cheese wa bought at Ohap- 
«uuVs,72ani 73 California Market, and pro. 
e it superior to any ln&he mtrket. 12v 



B am Mooro, 

Formerly of Bass Honse Carriages, oan» be 
onnd In front ef Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
abllBhment, southwest corner Unah and Mont- 
gomery ste., or Dexter Stables. Carrhue orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
» night, at reduced rates. mi 

The Delicacy or all Seasons. 

Is B. F. Bunker's Club Ssnsage; Ha fame has 
spread far and wide throughout the land. The 
only place to obtiln this celebrated Sausage it 
at stalls li and 75 California Market, llz 

A. Really Choice Cigar 

Can only 1 e obtained at the Oriental Cigar 
Store, 229 Bush St. oppositi Mercantile Library, 
where the very fluent HaTana cigars and Tobao- 
00 are always on hand. 12-d 



Dental Work. 

Fob rontsr quautt os woke, go to T. 0. Jes. 
sup, dentist, cor. Sutter ind Moatgomery, over 

3-D 



A Prayer «ror Pe > ce. 

The Virginia Chronicle thus pleads with 
our Legislature: Borne piou? individual gat 
San Jose, Cal fornia, ha3 suggest:*! to the 
Legislature of that 8tat», through tbe col- 
umns of tbe Sacramento Union, that a Uw 
should be pasee^ to prohibit atoob gambling. 
Don't do it, gentlemen. Don't deprive the 
people of their last remaining chance to 
squander their cash. Already the aggres- 
sive law has throttled tbe beloved "tiger;" 
has removed from the festive "dive" the at- 
tractive "beer-slinger;" has restrained tbe 
genila hilarity of ye harmleES hoodlum, and 
tampered with cur lager. Let ub have 
peaca. 

War Declared.. 

Same people talk of Onba. 
And speak of war with Spsic, 

Hoomg oar soldier; will go forth 
And take the Spaeuh m&io, 

Bat wiser men perfer bo go 
And get an oyeter ?\ - 

At tbe Kookaway Hi 
fio elfgant &od □■■-.. 

Hera mm can titlk their business 
Whild heiDcd in n pile 

Outers and diffdrent kind of fiah 
. Are cooked io every style, 
A private door on Uddy street, 

Adm<ts tbe ladies fair 
Woile tbe ealoon lor eleg^soe 

Makes evenbody Btare. 
For bnaineia men, and other fo!ka 

It never ca b» beat. 
The food is good, tbe prices low 

At 1004 Market street. 12-x 

_ iip.^K-BEH MKE. Proprietor. 

U. Peyser, 710 Montgomery Street, 

Wishes t<i inform hla friends and customers 
that he has removed back again o hla old 
stand, has enlarged his itore, and has on hand 
the cheapest and finest stocfc of Men's, Youth's 
and Boy's Clothing ever openbo. in this city; and 
also, a flue stick of Men's and Boy's Furnishing 
Goods. Don't forget the number. Call before 
examining elsewhere. hi 

For Photo-crayons. 

And reproduction in a superior style, go to 
Edouard & Oobb, 506 Kearny st. near Oali- 
fornia, Those desiring any of (he above for 
Christmas presents, should make application 
before the rain sets in, and so avoid disap- 
pointment, satisfaction guaranteed in all 
eases 51 

The Old Stand-SB* elansome Street. 

Opposite the American, Exchange, where the 
public will find the finest brands of Wines end 
Olgars the market afford?, also a first-olaas 
lnnoh Barred from 11 to 2. Million & Daly 
proprietora. iim. 

Watches, Jewelry Etc. 
Of every description, at the very lowest pricea 
H. A, Oailender's N. W. comer of Second and 
Mission etrse tfl. Watpp ea carefplly repaired. 8P 

Fresh am-i Sweet. 

For the best cocfecuoaery. g? to Oantr and 
Warner's, 107 Montgomery St. near Sutter. v 




fRSTPREMIUMAWARD# 

I>r. HENLEY'S 

~W1 




At the State Fair, Sept. 1873 

THE ONLT BELUBLE TOSIO 

AND RECUPERATOR. DON'T BE MISLEAD BY 

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AN ! IMMENSE SALE OF WHICH, FDR 

THE LUST FIVE YEA3S, PROVES 

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ON AND AFTER DEO. I, 1373, THE STEAM 
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ing with the San Franoisoo & North Pr.ciQo Rail- 
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stations, will leave San Francisco daily (Bnndoyi 
exepted), from Front Btreet Wharf, at 3 p. m. Re- 
turning, the train will leave Oloverdale daily at 
6:06 o'clock a.m , connecting at Donaone with tbe 
alB'.m&r acd arriving in Sao Fjancisco atU:tt0 A.V." 
The Bteamers and cars make close connection! 
with stages to and frim all points. 

No more SUNDAY EXCURSIONS until far- 
ther notice. 

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office. ISO Montgomery street. 

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PablUMd «r«rif IHy In ttia Y«*r bf 
r. E»- BOOABDTT8 

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B«low Moonomerr. 8t» 7MD0UC0. 

MONDAY JaNOaBY 19, 1874 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 

A I ham bra Theatre. 

Tner* ii no end to the attractions at tbii woo. 
atrial raritty iheatr*. Tbe bi'griat Family, Ella 
Werner. George 8. Koigbt. Con T. Hornby. Billy 
Minster, "d Billy Sweetnam, »nd Welch and 
Bio* form of themselves a stronger oombio»tlon of 
stare than ur Euuro manager dare bring to_ 
gather io a theatre of no gr*a*«r seating capaci- 
ties tbaa tbe Albsmbr*. All tneee wll appiar to- 
night in too ricb programme pabli»bed on our 
Srstpige.and next wtek the wonderful Glrarde. 
and Profeesor O*Resjrd0D,era to be added to the 
attraction. II tbe Aloambre Theatre were not 
crowded nightly, this sort ol thing conld not b« 
kept op. 
California Theatre. 

Tba aaaion of specUble at this theatre, tsrmi- 
ntted on Saturday night as brilliantly as it com- 
menced, tbe flail performance of "The Naiad 
Qaeaa" being witnessed by aa Immenie audience. 
To-night, the most popnlarand most enccerafnl of 
all modem pity wrlghta, Dion Biucic .ult will make 
bis Brat appearance in California at this thaatre. 
An orlaiael sketch written b; himself, acd entitled 
"Beuoioault in California" will serve to introduce 
the great dramatiit to Ihepabllc. Tbe characters 
are BoQCiosult, by himself, Barton Hill, by bim- 
■elf. Murphy bj J. C. Williamsoa, Bogus Push of 
the Weekly Pill. W. A, Meetayerend Miss Aurelia 
HcGosb, a would-be dtbutmt*, by Miss Maggie 
Moor*. This w.U be proceeded by tbe amneiog 
farce of "Jonea* Babj" the caat of which appears 
on our fliat page. The performance will conclud 6 
with one of Mr. Boocieanlt'aleUst productions— 
"Kerry" which will on this occasion be presented 
for tbe first time in San Francisco. Mr. Boncicault 
will appear as Kern.* servant In tbe family of 
Gerald Desmond, Lewis Morrison aa Gerald Des- 
mond, Waller M. i_em»n ai Dr. Melliab, K. J 
Buckley aa Coldham, Mlee Ancie Grabam aa 
Blanobe Desmond, and Miss Margie Moore as 
Kate Desmond, gacb a bill, and tbe appearanoe 
Of euoba ct Ubrity as Dion Boncicault will crowd 
the California Theatre to ioflooaticn. Beats can 
be reserved to-day. 
Opera House. 

To-night tbe performance at this popnlir thea- 
tre will! commence *Mh the Boreeming farce of 
"Lodgers and Dcdgera," in which J. P. Burnett 
willsppesr as Mr. Singleton Sodbury. and Miss 
Jennie Lee in her original character of Jnlia Juni- 
per. Afterthistbe highly etccettful barleaque 
of ' Ken il north" which was received with roars ot 
laughter last week by an audience of over a thou- 
sand person*, wil! be presented with Miss Jennie 
Lee as the Earl of Leicester, Jobn Bowson ae Yar- 
ney, the master of the herse, and agenerallj 
strong cast. Thispieoeis full of (on, acd c&ddo 1 
fail to be enjoyed by all who witoeas it* perform- 
ance. 
Piatt's Hall. 

To-night that favorite yonrg California artitte 
Miss Annie Higge, who has appeared, under the 
name of /'The Little Jewel," for many benefit?, 
will receive a teneflt herself, at the above named 
ball. A very attractive programme has been pre- 
pared for the oocaaioo. Itappearain full on on 
first page. Geo. C. Thompson. Murpby and Gner. 
in, L. Harlnelt, J Davis, Kobler, Wm. Saffern, 
James Olark, Fred Yarley a newcomer, and others 
have volunteered. Mise Annie Higgs will appea r 
in some of her most admired specialties. Afta' 
tba performance there will bs asocial dance. 
Bella Inion. 

Joony Tears is Quite at torn? again at this 
theatre where he occupies bis old position o' 
end man. He also appears nightly in some of bis 
laughable Bketshes. Nicktraoa "effases" every 
nigh;. Oaasim and Fritz present their thrilling 
f-a of "Lea ChaiseaV'and "Tbe Graceful B.-o- 
t hera" by Nickerton, Caaaim and Bitchie tennis 
ates tbe performanco. 
Bntklej'ri Varieties. 

A great performance is giving cigh'.ly at tbi s 
house. 1 ta* company comprises such popular 
favoritei as Leoo Samwella, Miss Lizzie Harmon< 
Miss Maggie Brewer. Hugbey Morton, Lon Dixon' 
and the clever character vocalist. Frank Mor:i- 
more. To-oight, Miss Nellis Wayne a pleasing 
vocalist is announced to make her flrat appear, nee 
Notes. 
Tbe New York Spirit of tbe Times says : 
Manager Jobn McCullougb, having spoilt d tbe 
Bastera b>-atQea of their piastres, ha* returoed to 
San Francisco to play tb*m in agamtt eartbqaskee, 
in toe way of buying baildirg lote. His png'c- 
meota were evey where artiatio sed financial 
trlomphe. 

Mr. McCullougb will probably make his reap, 
pearaoce on ths stage o? the California Theatre on 
the 16th prox. Tbe poblic will look forward t 
this event with much pleature. 

The opera ot "Fane'.', was excellently well psr - 
firmed last night, at tbe California Theatre, acd 
was enjsyed by aa immenie audience. Madame 
Inec Fabbri as Margarita, Signor Pietro Bacon as 
Fault, Sigaor Falv.o Htgo as Mepbiatopbeles* 
Signor Orlandi i as Yelantine and Mias Acna 
Eta>r as Sic be I, performed their respective parts 
admrablr !>nl won moth appUuee. Tbe iatro- 
duotios ot tbe wierd performances if the wond*r_ 
fal Glrarde, in the fair Boene, in tho aeond ■or. 
Was a ntl attraceive feature of the performance. 
Mr. Ohas. Sobnlts, tbe business manager of the 
opera night;, is engineering them most tuoces, 
fal* as five successive crowded booses attest. 

The public mast not forget that Madame Anna 
Bishop's benefit will come off on Thursday next at 
Piatt's Hall, when sbe will appear in "Norma.', 
George T. EvanB. ths musical conductor anj 
composer, will shortly have a benefit. No man 
deserves one better. 

Next Sunday, the opera of "La Sonnambu'a*' 
will be presented at the California Tbettre by 
Madame lnex Fabbri, Signor Pietro Baecei.and 
ethers. 

That admirable actresB, Mile Katberine Rogers 
will commence an engagemert at the California 
Theatre within a few week*. 

John Pipe-, of the Metropolitan Theatre, Sacra- 
met?, and Piper's Opera Honae, Yi-g nil C.tv ,ia 
in t ■ wo prowling round, seeking talent. 

Woodah Cooke principle somersault rider, Mile 
Millie Toumaire, 'Queen of tbe Air," and Leon 
and LafceV ver gymnast;, arived last night un- 
der engag =nt to John Wilson's Palace Amp- 
theatre, on New Montgomery street, Ted O'Brien 
tbe obampion Uaper will arrive to-night, a-d 
Other talent will follow. 

The twenty six performances of "The Naiad 
Queen" at tb« Pa'ifiroia Theatre, netted ?:9,.50O. 
averagtrgor, r $1,115 a performance. The etock- 
brokerswan' xaoager HcOul ongh to incorporate 
his oext holiday piece, acd place the stock In msr- 



S PEAKING SO.VABELY- 
"I fain would olimb, but fsarlfall," 

To Bess wrote Balelgh. 
■■If thy beatt fall, climb net st all," 

Bess answered fairly. 
Bo answered Balelgh sweet Qao«n Be eg 
In words that did a world ezpr.sB. 

Few belter read tbe human htart 

Than Courtier Balelgh. 
He playa at lova a humble pait, 

That speaks not squarely ; 
Then Raleigh donned a bolder face 
And won the sovereign lady's gracs, 

Long those tbe llgbt In coorti and camps 

Of Soldier Balelgh. 
He may have been the wont of scamps, 

But be epote squarely ; 
And so prevailed on Mi ( t-ess Fame 
To breathe a magic o'er bis name. 

Ytt who can say the tssk Is H^tt 

Of speaking squarely 1 
True lovers In their ladles' sight 

Are bold bet rarely. 
Else had 1 been more bless-: d to-nlghr, 

Than Walter Balelgh. 
But I like him have feared to fall, 
And therefore havs act climbed at a'l- 

—SpringfliJd Republican. 



Tbe Pool John Far Away. 

I stopped at the Metropolitan Hotel in 
Corinoe. I joxtapoaitioned wit*i a histori- 
cal cutB tbe first thing. Sajs he, "Bo he's 
dead.iflhe?" Say j I, "Who?" Says he, 
"Napcloon." Bays I, "Dead as a mack- 
erel." Bays he, "Btraoger, I'm from 
the mines, and 1 only jnst beard it. One 
of 'em died yeirs ago, I believe, bnt stran- 
ger, what gets me is, what became of the 
other hundred and nine ?" Says I, "Hun- 
dred and nine ? My daar sir, there never 
was a hundrei and nine." Says he, "stran- 
ger, tbere w*b a hundred and eleven of 
'em." And he banled out a book and point- 
ed to Napoleon III., and s»ya he, "What's 
that but Napoleon one hundred and eleven?' 

Agmsslz. 

The London Times thus closes a sketch 
of Professor Agassiz"s career: "In JAgassiz 
tbe world LaBlost a philosopher and natur- 
alist whose name will he remembered along 
with those of Buffon, Cuvierand Humboldt, 
and of whom both his native Switzerland 
and his adopted Americi might be well 
proud. 

An Art Criticism. 

A youog lady from Georgetown came to 
the city the other day t^ have her piclure 
taken. When the artitt showed her the 
"proof" and asked her bow Bhe liked it, Bhe 
placidly remarked th&the "put too darned 
much mouth on it to suit her." 



Met a Camp Meeting. 

Some person in a Georgia Court "ap- 
plauded" whereupon the Judge (we quota 
from the Griffin News) indignantly remark- 
ed, "How dry up; I will let you know that 
thid is no camp meeting 1" 

— «. 

Oysters. 
In strolling round the other night, 
To look at 'FrlBco by gau light, 
unr careless lest, by chance did stray 
To tvni:re a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of sparkling watere. made a screen 
Through which a sweet bouquet was Been ; 
While mossy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er whlob the waters softly fell. 
Made that window reem to be 
Rcaoe fairy grotto of the sea, 

dtop," said my friend, "let's go 1c here 
It loose so nice— and try their cheer." 
"All right," I said, '-I must agree 
That this place suite me to a "f .'" 
No sooner had we found a Beat . 
Than at our Bide a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish— 
Said they had almost any dish 
That we might name. We found It trur, 
And cooked magmjicmUy, too; 
All klndB of oysters, juicy, fat, 
Cooked every style; Just think of that* 
And If your mouth don't water, then 
Tou're different from other men. 
They'd clamsand crabs and terrapins';] 
In fact, ve found they had within 
Tbst cosy place all kindsof game, 
yfsb, flesh or fowl which we oonld name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladles, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they have here the best ice cream; 
-:■ here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get what tbey call "such nice dinners, " 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll And made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again, 
PaclSo Oyster House, 3S7 Bush street, above 
II -ntgomery; open Day and Night. 

0HABLE8 HAA&E. Proprietor, 






bML 



ITetsww * 



brenaht oat a goad 
taa 



Human Nature, 

If the gates of heaven wore suddenly to 
swing open and all mankind be asked on 
equal terms t:> enter into tbe kingdom, 
don't you know some people wb© 
would pause to see what some other people 
were going to do about it, and some would 
draw back for fear the celestial city was get- 
t'ng vulgar; and some who would reluse al- 
together, if they saw the so-and-so's about to 
en r ? 



There la Somethisc an It. 

It is thus that Bulwer writes ofmusio: 
"Very stupid people often become very 
muaioal. It is a sort of pretension to in- 
tellect that suite their capacities. Plutarch 
gays somewhere that the beet musical in- 
struments are made from the jawbones of 



TJb\o Art of Dancing: and I>c- 
portment. 
T lose who appreciate culture will be glad to 
lea.-Q that Professor 0. H, Lester bag opened 
an Academy for the purpose of tabbing, not 
only dancing, but those gracea of deportment 
without which no one can Ehine in society. Piof. 
Lester ia a thorough master of hie art, one of 
the beet on this tide of the Bocby Mountains. 
Oiaaeee axe held at Grand Central Hall en tbe 
correr of Sixth and Maaktt itreets on Mondays 
and Thursdays. 

Go wncre the "Woodbine" 
Twineth 
And partake cf the lnxcr.es tj be found 
there. The beit ol seasonable hot punches 
of all slods, "wondetful" lurcle3 every day 
and night Private parlors, gentlemany treat 
ment by tbe proprietor of the "Woodbine." 
Geo. OolllB, No. 1 Morton fctreet, one dotr 
from the great thoroughfare — K?arny street. 
Call! Ubh 



Lipman's Great Dlscovs ry 

Propably no object his called forth more 
preparations than that of restoring and beau- 
tyfying human hair; ana among all, J.L'P' 
man's wonderful restorer stands beyond 
question at the head for efficiency snd perfect 
safety. This is absolutely free from Sugar of 
Lead er Lac Sulphur, and never faiiB topo- 
duce tbe effect d airud; require* no otaer pre- 
paration; Is easily applied, and If, without 
doubt, the simplest, best and cheap36t hiir re- 
storative in use. Sold by all druggists. Gene* 
ral Agent?, Obas. L*ngl*y 4 Oo„ Wboletale 
Druggl ts, San Francisco. lv 

GLOVES- 01 eansed and dyed by a new process, 
at SNOWS- '25 Post street. 8z 



Happy Kew "X"ear. 

For Bon Bons and Mottos for your Hew 
Tear's tible, go to "The Leading Candy 
Store," George Haas & Co'b, 20 Kearny etreet, 
near Market. Their display of holiday fancy 
goods will tot illy eclipse any former exhibition 
of thii very popular arm. They have also im- 
ported the most elegant assortment of French 
Candy Boxes and Cornucopias ever seen in this 
city. ^^_^___ U " B 

A. Pleasant Location. 

Parsons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Oentral location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and itipoct the one suites of rooms to let there 

~- — — — - - — «- 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



UNION INSURANCE COMPANY, 

DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

AT A MEETING OF THE B^AKD OF Di- 
rect o -9 of tbe Unir-n IosuraDce G jmpanj.heid 
January i2, n 8T4 a dividend (No, 24) waa declared, 
oavable at the office of the Company on and a' ter 
the 13th instant- OHA. LES D. H&VEN, 

Secretary. 
Ban FraDOieco, Janaary 12, 1674. ja!6-2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Odd Fellows' Savings Bank. 

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE ODD 
Fellows' Savings Bank have this day decUred 
a divided at tbe rate of nine and rne tenth (9-10) 
perceot per annnm on PERMANENT DEPOS- 
ITS. *nd at tbe rate ef eeven nod three-tenths 
(7 3-'.0) per cent. r»r annnm on SHORT DEPOS- 
iT&forthe nemi-annnal term eodiog December 
31, )87!, Datable on and after tbe 19to instant. 

JAMES fENbON, Secre-arr. 
San FraDOieco, January 9, >874 ja!2-2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Savings and Loan Society, 

619 CL1T STREET. 

ATA HEENINO OF THrt BOiRD OF DI- 
reotora held Jsnuarv 6, 1871, a dividend was 
deolared, free of Federal t«x, of nina (9) d r cc t. 
per annnrn on all d posit', for the six months end- 
ing December 3J, 1? 3. Datable on and after the 
15th iostaoi. UYRCS W.OARMANY, 

j»9-2* UaBhier. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Land Mortgage Union of 
California. 

AT A MEETING OF THE BOIRD OF DI- 
reutT- , tie d this date, Janaary 7tb,a dividend 
of nine (S) perceot. was deolared on tbe capital 
stock and investing shares snbscribed prior to the 
latday of July, 1673, and ten (If) per cent, on fixed 
deposits, and etgnt (8) per cent, on ordinary de- 
posits, free of federal tax. Stockholders and in- 
vesting members are rtqaested to present their 
certificates at the office, 1X3 Post street, to have 
their dividends entered thereon. 
K-3ff JOHN T. OARTER, Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 
SECURITY SAVINGS BANK, 

304 Suneome Sired, 



AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF 
Directors held December 30 tb, 187 , a dividend 
to depositors was declared for tbe term ending 
December 31et, 1871, st the rate of nine and six- 
ton tba (9 6-lti) percent, per annnm on term de- 
posits, an^ eight i '-■< percent, per anonm on ordi- 
nary depaeits— pay b!e on and after Janaary 2, 
1874— free of Federal tax 
ja5-2w T. F. BACON, Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

A8J U»llfernla St., Cor. Webb. 



WOR THE HAIF YEAR. ENDING WITH 
av 31at Drcember, 1873, a dividtnd has been de- 
olared. at tbe ra*e of Nine (9; per cent, ."..er an om 
on Term' Deposits, and Seven and one-half (7'^) 
p-r Oi-at . per anonm on Ordinary Dbposus, free of 
Federal fox, piysble on after 12'h Janaary, 874. 
By Order. Lu VKLL M Hi I E, Oaebler. 

jaJ-lw 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Savings & Loaa Soc'y. 

fyHR B3ARD OF DIKEOTION OF THE SO- 

X oiety bave derlared tbe dividend for the sec- 
ond half year of 1673, ending tbia dutc, at t he rate 
of nine ni per cent, per enn m od Term Deposits, 
and Bt-vt>Q and one-half '■''-> per cenr. per annum 
on Ordinary Deposits, free of E'dtra) t»x, payable 
en and after January 15, l:7t Br order, 

OKU. LE rTE, SeoieUir. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE, 

California Saviogs &Loan Society J 

SIS OAX.IFORNIA STREET, 
Guarantee Coplta>), 8300,000. 

THEDIREC'ORS OF THE ABOVE r-'OOI- 
ey bave declared a dividend of tec (10) per 
ce. t, per annnm on term deposits, and eigot (8) 
par oent per annum on ordinary deposits, tor tbe 
term endirg 31st Decembar, 1873. fr*e from Fed- 
eral tax, and payable on ana alter 5th Jannary 
1874 By order. D. B OHISHOUhl, Sec'y, 

d.9 ij31 



PERSONAL. 



JULIA- YOU OAN Ga-T ALL SIZES FERRO 
typea Pioinres takei and fioiabed in ten n-.in- 
otes.raio or ahtne. bt WING A ALLEN'S, GAS 
Kearny street. A special tj made in ink pictures. 
Yoors, DAVISON. de22-lm 



LADIES, SAVE YOUR HAIR COMBINGSt 
wax flowers hair Sowers and fancy work tangbt 
for $5 per month. Switcbes, cnrlf, straightening 
tangled hair, weaving, combicgo, et amies carls 
tte., etc. .all for f5; switches made from 60 cents 
upwards; side-ourls steamed for 15 oentf ; ali kinds 
ef work done to order cheap families or classes 
taught id tbe city or across tbe bay on reasonable 
terms. Parties wishes to take lessons or have work 
done should take advantage of tbe time I am here, 

if 



Bush Street between Montgomery and Kearny, 

OVERWHELMING SUCCESS 



In tble BeiDttfnl Temple of Mneic, of the 



SUSAN GALTON & JENNIE LEE'S 



OPERA 

Burlesque and Comedy Troupe. 

THIS EVENING JANUARY IS 

To commence with tbe Irresistible and Boresmlsg Piece de BeBletauce, by 
Frederic Hay, entitled 

LODGERS and DODGERS 

MR. 81HGLETON a XJDHtrKV....Oat of everything, exoept debt. .J. P. BUBNKTT 

HEZEK.IAH PLUMPflR....In everything, except Booiety 1( W RT J^**\ 

BR. PALE... A Lodger in the baokground #i * 

MRS. STIOKEBS....Out of temper MISS FAJT'O »"• 

JL'LIA JlXIPE«.,.,In love, her original character Hl»8 JE>E 

PORTER. ...All Trunk and no head Fjft 



'' 





To cooclnde with the Barleeqae ef 

HILWOBT 

QUEEN ELftlBETH H. D. THOMPSON 

um of LEicrsnit »l» oknme lee 

AMV R0B34.P.T _ MISS FiNNY GIBSON *' 

SIR WALTER RALEIGH HISS ESTHER WILLIAMS 

TBEULLIAN MISS FANNY YOONQ 

DDKE OF SUSSEX MISS L. VAVA-OUB 

JANET MISS MOOABI 

TJUVF.I JOHN llOWSON 

WAYLAND BMITH WILLIE SIMMS 

MICHAEL LAMBOUBNB J. ROBINSON 

TONY FOSTER F. FIIZJAUEB 

Gasrds Ooartiers etc 

Tbe Piano Used in tnis Tneatre is from Sherman & Hyde's. 

B3- OPERA GLASSES TO LET at the Stand in the Lobby. 



The Matinee Fruit Store 

Keeps the ch(.ic-st varl.tUs of domestic 
and import d liuit i, j^llie?, confectionary etc., 
aodBvllsit tbe lowest r.ta 1 . Pare, healthy 
Apple Older, f.69h from the preBB every day. 
No. 409 Bash atr eet, ooe door ab ove Kearny. If 
How X Made S^O. 

By buying my bed<room set of fnrnltnre of 
J. A. Sliab .-r & Co., 707 ilarkt t s rest, two doors 
from Third. They §ell Furnltnra 20 per cent. 
cbeaper than any othei dealers. I tried tbem 
all. 12h 



Mb. L. jAXJJCWTrs, No. 240 Kearny street, 

New and Second-Hand Olothlag, of all descrip- 
tions,!) onght and sold. Store olosed on Sat- 
urday until 6 P. M. is 



lsTBlrV STORE, 

Ne'w Prices. 
25 PER CENT. 

Saved toy Buying Your 

CLOTHING, 

....AND..., 

FURNISHING GOODS 



AYERS & KEITH, 

AT 

303 Kearny St., 

Corner Bualt. 

Next Door to Laurel PaliCe Saloon, 
A Good Assortment of 

GENTS' and BOYS' CLOTHING 

Wnioh we will eell LOW DOWN, at 
BED-ROOK PR10ES, 

At 303 Kearny St. 

Corner Bnsb, next doer to Laarel Palase 
Saloon 

jilQ-lm AYEB§ A KEITH. 



eooD wobk I low PiiicEs : 
LOVEJOY ^"wILLlAWIS, 

NEW PHOTOGBAPJttlC 6ALLERT, 

128 Koarny atreet, oopoaite White lioaae. 

JO. WILLIAMS (LATE OF BRADLEY A 
• Ralof eon's) aod W. E. LOVEJOY dale of 
VaoKban'e) having associated themselves to- 
getnor. Boliort tbe patronage ot their friends and 
the pnblic generally, aod bone their long experi- 
ence will be guarantee that they will do tirst-oiaus 
work. deJMm 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



Batcher*. 
Katx*7red. Stalla 94 to 100. California Market 

Dentlata. 
EL E. Pope, 6 Montgomery Street, 

Employment Office. 
Chinese Employment Oo.— Pierce A Co., 627 8m 
ramento a treat. 

IF""" Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. 4 Co., 110 Second itr**t, 

W httesera and Paper UaniC". 
A. W. Wbeldas, 122 Geary streak. 



GOLD-ROOM VARIETIES. 

sixteenth St., Oheyenne, Wfomlnu. 

JAMBS W ALLEN Proprietor ■ 

JOHN W. DDNNE BneineBS Manager i 

HAKRY SPBIGGS Stage Mansget' 

HASJTJ8T niBJEN BEfITTBBI 
aod reopened for the Fall and Winter Sea- 1 
eon with a nrst-claae. Oompaoy, embracing Harry i 
Spriggs, the great cbaraoter actor; Harry Lor- 
rajnp. Hilly Forest, Mr. J, W. Ijnnns, Miea Lacy 
Hall, Miss Minnie I'avis, Miss Nellie beymonr, 
Mies Jennie Logan, Frank Holley, George Tobler 
acd CharleB Miller, and a (all and efficient or- 
chestra. 

•OT" Lady talent coming East a«n always eacnre I 
ecgagemeoti by applying toJ.W. ALLE^ Pro- 
prietor. GOOD SALaRlES PAID. ae24-3m 



PIPEB'S OPERA HOBSE. 

VIK8HIA CXT-T, MUM, 
JOBN PLPEB PBOPBIEIOl 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, ' 

8AOBAM£NTO, CAL. 
JOHN PIPER 



BOTH THESE ELEGANT TH 'ATRES OAJT. 
be rented by the night or week. Stars acd 
tr&veUng companies liberally treated with oo ap- , 
plication to J- rift PkA*JCA, 

Manager and sole Propri«tOf 
Or to 3. H. McCABE, 
]n28tf 338 3nah eireet. San Fr&ncfscc. . 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF AGTIM, 

ELOCUTION AND DEPORTMENT. 
LADIES PBEPABBD for the STAG*, 

PRIVATE THEATRIOALS AND AMATEUR 
performances directed, byulvJyand gentle* 1 ' 
man of more than ordinary experienod. For par- 
tionlare apply to UK J. H. MoQAEK, 

Theatrical Agent, No. U3» Bnsb b treat. 
dfclO-U ban t ranciico. 1 



B 



\*VANT JE9X3 i 

....AT.... 

SlcDAMEL'S THEATRE! 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN nt. 

•9-Talent going East will hnd it to their advaa- 
tage before leaving California to correspond with 

J. HcDANIEL, 
mr9 Lock Box No. 1. Cheyenne, Wyoming. 



A] 



GEORGE MA:T1.8 f 



andall kind-, of SHELL FISH 
SUiieNoa. AO, 41, AS, California 
Market, entrance on California street — — : 

Pnblio or private parties and farnilies Buppliral 
rrom 8 a,m. to 12 P. u. Ladiea' and Gentlemetl 
Ort**r Room oosn froro '- a.m. to 12P.W "Iii271y ' 



;^ 



CLAY-STREEl 
RIDING ACADEMY, 

83» Cloy Street, cor 
Stockton. . 

This is the moat elsraa 
and commodions Ridu)l | 
Academy in the city ; opt) 
day and evening. P*/"*! 
nlar attention ps'd ' 
teaching beginnerB. „ d ^*"*^ 

A. MARSHALL A BETY, Propnetorf. 




THOB. \I7. BREE & CO- 

GOLD and SILYER PLATEf 

>*» UAHTTfACTDBBRa 

— AMI>- _ „ 

BEPAIBKB8 



1(10 

Hi] 






er ■ 




DRUMS, BtNJOS, 

— AMD- 
BRASS FOUNDERS & FINISHE 

IT^ISIU^i STKttlLT, oet.W9eo "irai uiu -"wiA ' "Uotij 
N. B.— Fiao-toned Silver Solo Banjos for PH 



,.1. ! lli»". 



t.rion»li linn on tusd. 



ilJSlI | 



CANDIES ! CANDIES ! 
& . .a., scbxiozixi 1 

Mannfactnrea every desoription of 

CANDIES, "Wholeeale and KetuIL 

SI 8 Kearny St.. between Saoraraanto and Oal'f 



§| ^ IUCKOL0VBB, &£> 

■ 

OOSE 4 WilXIIS. 





»<>. 



V.I. XIX. 



FURNISHED ROOii 
110 to 120 jwr K«bU 

WEST 



^ f ICrARO 



IBOAH OF AMUSEBTENT8 



CALIFORNIA THHATR1. 




'*>"'*. i.r, 



•■II TBI 



Maces of Amusement 



IS *AN rBANClSl'O. 



ROOM VARIETY 

1 8[, h Chejean*, Bin.* ; 

1LLIS.Z 

:m t 



IT BEFS KEriTTll 
ilrifwlhtfilliii Is* J 

nulla how, at* I ■ 

(Ml CllftCU! Kk!, El-.; 

r«,J(f. J, IT. l)iu»,ltJ 
[lift DlTtt, Nit! Mill ■ 

MU,lwlloUfi,G«a I 

tillii, ai . Ml >:: ■: ■ ; 

lAlHltllllltH^VI 

tf ipmiii itJ.V ilil' 1 
IDSitifilESPilD. 



JIRCULATEO EVERY DAt 



IS UK VRAM. 



SOPERA HOyt 

]U C1TT. UTAM. 

fiillil 

jiimsim cu. 

™» 

k Ik Mil >' «* .■* 

»»lS«iliin«.'» r "™ 

ii II IK til « « 
mum jnonuii 



KNBRALLT THROUGHOUT TUB CITY 



3E.IV 



GrJE HOC H3 iv «x* 



■ MB in* i 



TV. ■rtroml Is* 



m:r« sa o ; 



THI« KVKHMO JANUARY *0 

Mi M | KlUliml It. I • mr. I --. Vf Mr »l'DUOACLT •t.-rakl fc» Ua» III. I 

BOUCICAULT IN CALIFORNIA 



BELU UNION THEATRE 

~- 

ftwi ■ ■■» i sf t . • >H fiM H»f » «** 1 - 

JOHNNY TUERP, 

In Will t.W bf* »I4 Stftee M t>P II A V. 

4.4 AIM r>^M* *••>• -f ttl« I tU.ilillLI 
• I* ■ I > HI -> 

THI1 i;V PH»Q JAWUAWT 

r*e r«f**n« win immin *,ik ib* 
■ All (Ml mill 1IVMKHS 



l»TI>UM 
LOOKIHO TOH WORK. 



HM. 



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"t IIIMTI • 

nv inn-Hi 

« A M 

Ml-i* v ■ 



lisViiiV 

B««.h Hln»4*n 
V-..1 .W-I.h 



at. *•>...., 

I »*D M»T 

lllr !.-.,» 

..I Hll'hlt 



»«B1ID HOT. 



rqom Ml, n Ha i.h Um ii i.i rmnin. »i. »uroio*rLT» v»«ti tai OMWi-Dnai m m 

mmm v t 



HFHWT . t (Ur*Ml It tat h.lr •( OwiM D«4M«< ... 

• »«.RAl T> r>KS«Of»D . A yeeag i<0-«r ImI m lbs r root-hip Liverpool* 

l»K MKLl IH A riiiltlw 

K DK*MO"D ... 



Mr. »>I .--n.1 

...,-. l.tWI 

HCw. WALT IK m. i.rm\ 

l ' :. 

,...MI*8 All > IF f,K*H»M 
M!>* MAGOIK MOORS 



The performance will c mm* dm each CTrolag with tie Farce of 

JONES BAST! 



OAPT. WH l.tAH JOSRS 

MR. HIlilMl .MMRS 

TOM CHAFFIUCH 

ALPRRD SriDILAO 

IWRKFLI, 

MR*. OAPTAfrf WlV.LlAM JO MBS.'. 

MRS. WILU«M .»Ofl,S 

MA III, DA -KKlO> 

MAH'IM Hl'H 

BltnY MkHTIN 



R. N. TIIATFR 

J. O. WOLlAM-irN 

W. A IIKv A YKR 

K. J. U' 

B. W. bl-. A II 

... MURRAY W'M)DS 

MISS HMMA ftTANt.VV 

Miss EMILY DKNI.N 

MISS NKI.I.IK nilHMIflR 

MRS. I'. R BAUNDPRS 

.miss LuULSA JOUNSrONti 



SATURDAY. JANUARY 24. 1814, 



First BOTCH 



Thlfl eagagemtnt li for 12 pezformAcoia only, during which will be presented 

The Colleen Bawn, Daddy O'Dowd, & Arrah-na-Pogue. 

Each pUy, therefor?, can be presented for two or three Mights only. 



■ 



.. JehMF T ■•r* 

... rr*4 r 



AXUr whtrb tb- Uacbebl* Loebl Trifl. •witl*1 



al: 



1VT>J. 



M«rr A.hto. ....Fr*d Fiuhto 

' *■* T >••■{ firm* 

II r»m Hrtf-M Iimm IUri«_ 

J ■> Sum * Hrv 

Nipaoi lUiUtt. Ulte WnMir* 

. i . > m\%\ i.r. mi., .imkie j mm no]* 

N>n*f M'liili* Ml • Relll* Mn->r4 

Dorim ih- pi«M tb* flr*«l BRi LA UHIOR 0*H OAR. 



nicrerson'h r.rru«ioHs. 



>pcr 



FOUR OLD MM OS. 

K«IW .NiokarMi Acd , 



LEb CHAISE- 




To oonclnd* with the Hut log r«tti of tie 

GRACEFUL BROTHERS* 

Nick«neo 0«»iln> And Ritchie 

Engaged and will sbortlr arrl-e, the beeatiral specialty 
Artitt'j end Serlo-Comlo Tooallst 

1UIBB AIjIOB ROSS 

' Alto, the eoceotrlo Oomodlan and Oomlo Blager. 
MR- EU. MURRAY. 



3 



ittention, Good Liyersl 



MR. F. BKRGRS. FORMBKLT 
arofwletor of Uie Btlaeis' Res- 



J~ 



| 30T SCOTCH 



ilEL'S TBEAT 

aNHKlMR" 







it, bu ut>i tii- m»ma««ninat 

botb the Mlnorm' R*». *arxnt oe 
lieretel iln«t end Uu Mlnen' 
mae* aa Market ttr^i. Oar Billa of Fan 

iN"<»e all tb« dalioaotea of »b* eaaeoii. Oai 
)tt« to "Oood Ftra, Oood Ooobio« end atodarat i 
laraea.** 

I>. nSKAK* A CO. 

IINERS' RESTAURANT, 

SSI and M* Oommeroial. tr<s 
7«» Uarkat etraai. 

JR. to 10 v.m. a*:6-tf 



H AL OONS, 

8 Sutter Street, 

And 336 Bush Street, 



.CIX OJ1T IIVO DOOll FBOH 
KRYKNY STKEET. 

lO Gts. 

0T & COLD WHISKY PXTNCH 

A SPECI4.LTY. 
ot Clam Chewder Every Night 

J. D. BKIGQS, | BRIOQS & TOPPING, 
Proprietor o! *h. Proprmtorn ot 

■ ur-btrr.it CaIood. I Buafl-atriet Saloon. 
dalMI 



« FRANCISCO BATHS 

AMD—: — 

aiidressing Establishment. 

OR WASHINGTON ST., 
JObiliw K.nrnep. PttlOSS , 
IDDOBD. BittaB. 2S owatl. 
rrriDX, XI 0.DW, H»*r Oat- 
K, 30 Mots, 8t»rapooion, 2o 
«. Modloited BllOi. JOHN OBEir. 

s.J-tf 



HOT DRINKS 

....FOB.... 

Winter Weather. 

SACK, I* OS SETT, 

SII/LLEO IV IS EH, Etc. 

8PIER8 & POND, 

422 SACRAMENTO STREET, 

(One Door brlow Santome.) 

A NEW BILL OF FARB tVJCEV DAY. 
The Proprietors of the ttpltra A Pood have pur- 
chased from 
A FOPUlAlt WRITER 
On Gastronomy, 
Three Hendrtd ana Tw*-1t« BlIU of Fare 
Oaloalated to meet the wnuti of 
ONE THOUSAND PERSONS, 

Wbo may therefore be certain of a different pro- 
gramme for 

EVERY DAT IN THR TEAR. 

Soup, Fieri, Entrees, Joints, etc., 

At elefea o'clock preoln«ly. 

*■» Sacramento btreet. one door below Sansome 

de8-lu 



"THE VILLA," 

At lb. Now 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

The Building having Jost been completed, ie 
now thrown open to ■ be public. The boaee U ele- 
gantly Inrnlened, and hae 

Four Fnbllo Parlors, 

— AND— 

Ten PriTat© Dining Rooms, 

The whole being built, n«t lik« a pnblio hotel 
but ae it ie named. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"The Villa" ie located at the but or north-west- 
ern gate of tbe Park. 

Epioarean Broak f eata, Dlnnera and Snppen 
prepared on tbe enorteat notloe. 

GUDIO IHANGEnBERG & CO., 



AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND 

SAIiOON. 

HO. eSS SACKJLREKNTO STREET, 

Known as the OBIOAOO BiSICB DEPOT. 

CEORCE B. AUSTIN, 

HAVING PUR0HA8EDTHE ABOVE, WILL 
be r.i-^-d to meet all old AUS'IRALTANt) 
unrl NKW Z • ALA^DKRS, tbeir inendb and cit- 
i-fa geoerail , who are ftB.orecl ef a beartr wel- 
come and cnr.icl ob«>er. HOT I.UMJII evry d y. 
FKEK AND KAHV every Safcerday Evnnintr at 8 
o'clock, r iral-cUes Pianist. ]a2-lm 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




SPECIALTY. 



DR. JOROAH'i 

REaT ANATOMICAL MUSEUR, 

And Oollec«e>f MXedlclno. 

afufin BKAUTIFTJI. AND INSTKDCrf. 
.\J\J\J Ito objaota to ba seen. Qnaa to the 
Wle DAT AND NIGHT, at ETJUEKTA HALI 
.• HoatcomaiT straet. FOR MEN ORLV- 

S5l^ ,: gva^ J asa^?p;As , 



JAN JOSE OPERA 

A. I.UOT 



MOOSE. 

J^«rae« 



HAD ia»^> its, v«n DB BBRIBUDI 1MB 

Oljtht or WMk. Vlrit-olii. t.l.nt llb.r.ll, 
.tidwlth on 100110.11011 to H. A, D.L.AOY 



PKOPR1H.TORS. 



ir-10 



I». J. GATELY, 

* Formerly of tba 

"SUNBURST SALOON," 

Is to be found at 

Hie New Sample Roams. IOIS Market 

Street; opposite Fifth. 

- Hie Old friends and tbe pnblio reosrally will 

■ ■■ ■ OKb an' 

sfl-Sm 



MILITARY COOOS 

....AND. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICAL 
TRIMMINGS, 

SIS Heationery alrtet. Roam Mo* 8. 

HI 



OO TO THE WINDSOR 

BOOT AND SHOE STORE, 

ltOS.'j Market Street, 
Near Filth. 

The Largest assortment for Gents, | 

Ladies and Children, 
at the Lowuat Prices. ja5-lm H. F. WALSH, 




CENTRAL 



NO, IIS Geary Street, beet accomudn. 
tioos for (Tmaiiies ia the Oity. Private En- 
trance for Ladies. Hair Oattimt, Sbaving and 
Shampooing. (Joitdren's Hair n*atly cut. Ladies' 
ShamDOoioK50oeott. L. OORHIVEAU, 

Proprietor. 



To the Unfortunate. 

UK. SIRBOWS DISPKIVSART. 

NO. eSS KEARNY BTRKET, OOR- 

ner ol Dommerolal, Ban Frunoinoo 
Kntrance on Oommeroial utrest. Kstab- 
llsbed to 18M, for the treatment and 
oore of all diseases of the nrlnary and 

generative o Rans, and nil physical oon- 

d<t<i'i>.ur weakness consequent upoo tbe error* 
or ignorance r.f tne sexes, fjkln disease {of ysare' 
standing) si d nlo^tod legs ancoeflsinlly treated. 
Tbe eiokand ibeoffltct>d anonld Dot fail to call 
npoa him. The Doctor bas traveled extenalvelj 
in Europe, aed inspected thoroughly the vartoue 
hoxpitals there, obtaining a great deal of vsiuuble 
information, which he is enrnpetent to impart to 
those in need of bis services. Dr. Gibbon will 
make no chirge nnluas be effects a cure. Addreat 
DR. J. Y. G1BBOW, Box 1107, Ban Franoisoo. 
nalfi»U 



POSTERS, 

Programmvs, and all kinds of Printing for 

SHOW, LU'ITJBE. CONCERT, TH* 
ATBE and CIRCUS UANA6ERI, 

AT LOW RATES, BY 
538 CLAY STREET. mbl 



LEAKY ROOFS, 

Tin, Aspiialtnm, or Bo»- 

ton Mastic 
HEFAIRBD. 

Send ordera to H. Q. FI3KE, 
809 UarlEtt Btreet. 



MANNING'S OYSTER GROTTO 

AitQ PINR S 1 ., below KEABNY. 
ftA'O For Ladies and Oeotlemeo. 

Manning Pan Roast 

U NEW »nd too Moat Delioiort, Dl.ri in the 
Oyster line. 

I *± -m •TJa.o Inventor. 

A. W. MANNING. Proprietor. 

aelO-tl 



319 BUSH STREET, 

ALHaMBRA HOUSE. 

THIS ROUSE, BEING OBNTRALLY j..^. 
looatnd, near all toe piiauipal Hotels, 'Wgf 
Keetanrant and places of Amusement, RjB 
Stracgers can Bnd gonri, comfortable, pleas- mr ** 
ntand elegant rooms at reasonable prices. 
oo'24- tf 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OR THB FINEST CANDY 
made at our Steam Candy Paotory daUy. All 
erders. especially from tbe ooantrr, are solicited 
,.« ^11 b. oronrptl, .gjodld «. ^^ 

•OAlS 1«7 MonuoM.rj rL norurSntttf 



F it E D. KA.TZ, 
BEEF AND PORKv 

BUTCHER, 

Stills »A to lOO 0> A Uarkat. 

oar Tn » molt popular Paroil, aland In the oit,, 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Either California or Eastern Oysters, 
Oooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESHORE'S 

Stalls 57,53 and 53 California Market. 
(Kntrance on Pine Street,) 
•ST FumiHes and Reatanrants supplied at short 
notice. . de!7-im 



W 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hal! 

CUAS. I. STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 4 1 7 Kearny Street, 

Between California and Pine. 
This elegant resort, hae lately been enlarged, all 
now contains A new Bevel tables. The b«st, LiqnoiC 
and Ufgare at tbe Btr. Kiv<« large finely f orniabs< 
rooms, for clnbe and private perties on tbeir owe 
terma and niloa. j"7-3m 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEANl'lURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MOflSIER SEA L OflS- 

Appetizisg Breakfasts, Luuches, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WIFE! 

BRING YOUR FAMILY I 
BRING YOUR LADY FRIENDS 

Andeniova view of tbe finest OCEAN PANO- 

RAMA IN TUR WORLD, sll ia elghtof, 

the world-reno*ned 

Golden Gate. 

With a fleet ot whfte*winged messengera enterlnjl 
from every part of the commercial world. 

■OrNew Line Busses, connecting with Street 
Cars at Lone Moantrin every 15 minutes hereafter 
for tbe Oliff Hoaae u 1-tf 



R. MEND EZ, 

. 19 Ceary street 

^LIEjaD XjXOCT, 

FBBKaNU ElSV every 

J Saturday evening at 8 o'clook.. 

' Best Wines and L-qnors. The 

'Old Sport" will nlwave be oo 

hand to meet his friends.. 

jnM 



TBEATltF, M1NNTHEL ARID HAS. 

QV£BADE REQVIREHElV'fS 

WHOLESALE. 

Tights, Pads, Harhquin, Clown and Aclma 
Dresse*, Masks, bpai glea. and G"ld and Silvan 
Trlmialnus. NA'lIlAN JObliPH A CO., 

D032 «4l Clay Street. 



J. C. COMBES, 
TEBRAPI1V r-X73VCH, 

Cor, Second and Tehama atreete. 

p-Terrapln constantly on hand, 
'Oysters in every stvle. PHIVAT2 
.SUPPER BOOMS F,1R PARTIF8, 
* dec 31 -tf 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS, OLAMS and all kinds 
of Shell Fish. Stall S8 California' 
Market. San Franoisoo. -pen Day 
and Night, families. Pub). J and Pri- 
vate Parties, Hotels, Shaping and 



^ff 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADIES' 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESIEB 

Bas Removed to 
84* WASHINGTON ST.. 
* Four doors below 8 took ton stre* 

Hatrwork of all Desorlptiona made ta orda» 
Charges moderate, jell Ini 




MINNIE WILLIAMS. 

PROFESSIONALLY KNOWN AH "I ITTLeT 
MINNIH."— ibis jovjefla a tr-si, with the> 
London Star com pane, last beard of in tbe Jfaaa 
mdiee, la implored to write to her moth*r in San> 
Francisco. 0*)'fornia. Tbeatrieal journal" are re- 
quested to make a note or this. jau-tf 



WELCH MEN AHOY. 

HRY JOSE8' SOBbI 1 1 UTK FOB TITBIOI. 



?HB JOBBHAL OP AM06EMEHT8. 

*n Wished erary Ov in the Ywi by 

jr. E>. .BOGARDXT8 

AT 

MS Merchant and &*S OTaahlarto* Sts 

Below Montftomrry. 8*n Kmncieco. 



TUESDAY JANUARY 20, 1874 



SatU factory. 

It is not verj long ago since the Fioaeo 
received a letter from the banking house 
of Hecry Clew* 4 Co., Wall street, New 
York, telling us that while no money -would 
bo pild out, deposits would still be received, 
a od requesting such marks of confidence in 
the Btabil ty of an olct established home. We 
i mmedia'ely dttsrmined that we would not 
draw a cant from that back whil: it was io 
trouble, aod now another letter dated 
January 5th, comes, wbioh commences as 
follows: 

We take pleasure in announcing that we 
•taw day reeuoie bneint ss. 

We are itdebted ti the oonaideratton , 
friendliness aod foibsaranceof oaroreditors 
for our abili'y to renew with our customers 
rela'iooB tbit were broken off by an un- 
precedented financial criBis, whioh it would 
have been ruinous for us to tests; any longer 
than we did. 

Tbcsa to whom we were the most largely 
indebted, aod who best knew bow and why 
we yielded temporarily to a combination of 
general diBieters.have been the most prompt 
and w.lliog to assist ua. 

Bay no mure about it, gentlemen. We 
are only too glad to know that you have 
weathered the storm. We wouldn't have our 
money if we coald, and if we couldn't, how 
could we. 



the Difference. 

■ "Almaviva," t'je theatrical critio of our 
London namesake, has the following: 

"Dill got value for my money?" This 
question is asked ms by a gentleman, who 
Bays he paid sixpence for a programme, 
which he incloses for my inspection. The 
programme was that of Mr. Anderson's ben- 
efit, at Drury Line, when, as may be reool- 
lected. "Macbeth'' was played. As I observe 
that, from the pliybill sant to me, the name 
of Macduff is oou tted*, as well as that of the 
performer who took the part, and made it 
the beet thing in the piece. I think there oan 
be no diffiicultv in answering "No," to my 
correspondent's eonundium. 

Bather a difference between London and 
San Francisco ! There, one has to pay six- 
pence for a mare bill of the play ; here, in 
every theatre, Fioabo, which ib considera- 
bly more than a bill of the play, is given 
free to every one entering the bouse. Oh I 
California's a bleased land. 



How We Apples Swim! 

Nic i modest little account of the Obroni- 
ele newspaper "establishment," in Sunday's 
issus. The "senior proprietor," the "junicr 
proprietor," the ''staff," etc., etc. "The 
■"senior proprietor" is Charley, the "junior 
proprietor" is Mike. Good GraoiousI How 
those boys blow! 



The Young Man from the East. 
" I'm a stranger in tbi* el'y, 
I'm latfly from the East, 
And mighty fond of oyaterj ; 
Where can I get a feast? 
I've been to all ihe restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of En-tern oysters, 
Of the old-l a.-bioaed kind.", 

*' Well, I can tell yon," eald hi« friend, 
"Exactly where to go, 
And where to get your oysters, 
Direct from where they crow. 
Just lake a stroll down PINE STREET, 
At 410. below the Market, 
You'll see a sign, 'TBE BADDLE BOCK, 
Yon can't fall to remark it. 

" Emerson Oorville beeps the place, 
The best saloon In town, 
Thers you can get yonr oysters raw, 
Or fried bo jriep and brown. 
He's the l»rg»st Oyster dealer 
On the Pacific Coast. 
And that he keeps the freshest 
Has ever been his boast. 

41 He's got nloe little private rooms, 
Where you can tit at ease. 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if yon please. 
All the jonng men of fashion go 
Wight to the SADDLE ROOK. 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish bock," 



Important to Smokers. 

Few men in Sin Frencl'co are aware that 
be enterprising firm of Katan & Haas are em* 
ploying white females labor In the manufac- 
ture of their Cigars. The very best material is 
ustd in this establishment. Call and convince 
yourself at 773 Market street, between Third & 
Fourth street. Finest brands Havana Cigars 
constantly on hand. 11-r 



Asa Li Waugaman's New Sa- 
loon, 

Corner of H»l!e-k and Lsldesdorff street-:. 
Large ana commodious saloon cor. t rally loca- 
ted, with anterooms, supplied with the best 
brands of Liquors and Ci : '.re; bounteous hot 
lunch— his gre it specialty— «ervet from 11 a, 
at. to 3 p. m , and a cold lunch alteiwar Je. Drop 
In aLd "be estHfled." 12bh 



JBCair Goods. 

The cheapest place In the city to buy Human 
and Imlt tion fcatr gooda, Toys, Dolls, Ribbons 
etc., Is the New York store 110 Second Btrett. 
Agency for hair tltk gooda, m We ol pure silk 
Mo branch stores. Goods s nt, O. D, The 
Hew York ttore has bseh e.tabllshed lor years, 
and is the leading one in the city. 



The Maanger and the Playwright 

A New York paper t*lle the following 
story: M-nsell, the whilom manager of the 
unfortunate Ljcanm in tbiB city, whoie 
fiasco in the management of that theatre 
caused such a grin io tLe tbeatrie-1 world, 
has some very original ideas about the 
stage, and what constitutes a'BUCceselul 
play. It will be remembered that when be 
arrived la*t fall, to inaugurate the season, ho 
announced bis triumphant career in the 
noisiest manner possible. Before ihedin bad 
subsided MauBell was shelved and forgotten, 
save by those into whose pocketi he had hie 
arms to the elbow, and the hapless artists 
who bad been enticed to t l jis country by his 
braggadcio. Shortly before the Lyceum 
opened ayoubg New York journalist, who 
Lad written a couple of successful pla; 8, ar- 
ranged an interview with Mansell, to submit 
a new play, and, in company with an old 
experienced actor, the yoong author, with 
bis manuscript, coiled by appointment a^ 
the theatre. The naodtst manager was eating 
his dinner in his office, to impress his visi- 
tors with his extreme occupation and mental 
etraio. After the usual courtesies were ex- 
changed, the young antbor unrolled the 
maouseript and the reading commenced. 
At the end of fifteen minutes he had read the 
first act, and Mansell bad devoured bis pate 
and was ogling one of the newly-arrived ac. 
tresses, who was present and watching the 
manager feed with unmistakable delight. 
At the end of thirtj minutes the second act 
was finished, and the over-burdened mana- 
ger had finished bis claret and was engaged 
in an animated conversation with the pretty 
actress. The author commenced to wrap up 
his play preparatory to leaving the sacred 
managerial atmosphere. Then it was that 
the great man and discriminating manager 
aroBa, and with a magnificent wave of hie 
hand thus addressed his visitors: "Arrah, 
me boy, the play's the devil's own play, as 
far as ye's read; but bidad, I den'fc lojko 
the thime at all, at all. Su:e, isn't tbe 
thame money ? The ohareckterB are mighty 
foinely drawn, and the language they uss i* 
illigint. With the patience of Saint Patrick 
I've listened to ye read tbim two aote, and 
never a woid about love have I heard, 
and fat's a play widout love? Tell me fat, 
will ye's ? Love, my boy, is the r-r-roaBt 
bif of life; it's the joint, as we say in En- 
gland. Ah, behad it is." And here Mansell 
leered lovingly at the pretty actress, who 
hung upon the manager's words like the bee 
upon tbe flower. The proper effeot having 
be:n producad by this magnificent tribute to 
love, tbe orator resumed: "Love, bit, is the 
r-r-roait bif of life." 

The author ventured to suggest that love 
was more appropriately the omelette souffle 
of life, but Mansell wouldn't have it. 
* Look at me," said he, "I have been twinty 
years a filing tbe public pulse, and by the 
black crook of Saint Patrick I know it loike 
a buk. I'm the lad fat will astonish the 
Americans. The papers'!! be full of Man- 
tell. Good-boye, my boys, and the next time 
you wroite a play fill it full of the r-r-r;ast 
bif— the joint." When tbe author and his 
actor friend escaped, and were safely outside 
the building, the old actor uttered but one 
word, and was silent for the rest of tbe 
evening. That one word was highly sug- 
gestive of the name of a personal friend of 
Philander Doesticks, which figures promi- 
nently in tbe writings of tbe latter gentle- 
man. It might not be amies to add that tbe 
play, within forty-eight hours after, was ac- 
cept id by a rival manager. 



Do Woe Safler from. Corns. 

Tbe unfortunate sufferers from OeruB, Bun. 
one, Olnb and Ingrowing Nails, can And Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. E. Cowan's Iner). 
rate, 810 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 pjl We 
p*A«k from experience, having tested the Doc- 
tor's capability. Beierenoes given ttregnired. b 

■ -■ 
Or. JL>on©a-xy 

Eta devoted his study more particularly to 
ohronlc and specific practice, and as such Is 
iow the most successful of any Physician in 
Jan Franolsoo. Office 619 Bacramento street, 
Miner of Leldesdorfl, a tew doors oelow What 
Oncer Houf** i 



Holiday Hats. 

Oert linly a new hat is about as pleasant a 
holiday gift as can be imagined. There is an 
Immense stock of Eat) to select from at "The' 
Hat St re, 6i7 Washington street (second bat 
store below E.L_.ny). The newest BtyleB a rea- 
sonable prices. 12a 
■ ■ ■» 

Be moval.— Madame Clara Antonla, the Clair- 
voyant Physician and Independent Trance 
Medium, 20 Geary tt ret t, aear Kearny. Consol- 
ations In English, French and German. Io 



McDowell, Wtiow card Writer 
Beady made and n»„'e to order. Boom 10 

<«j;. MHz in: Hu&i, iti I. Pqs* ud jIcUt£0IB6XI C 



Sam SiooL-u, 

Formerly of Buas House Carriages, can be 
lonnd in front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
abUshment, southwest corner Bush and Mont- 
gomery sta., or Dexter Btables. Carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
« night, at reduced ratea. pq 

Tho Delicacy of all Seasons- 
Is B. F. Bottkeb's Club Sausage; its fame has 
spread far and wide throughout tbe lacd. The 
only place to obttln this celebrated Sausage it 
at stalls 74 and 75 California Market. llz 

A. Really Obolce Cigar 

Oan onlv \e obtained at the Orient -.1 Cigar 
Store, 229 BnshSt.oppoBittH^rcantlle Library, 
where the very fine-.t Havana oigirs andTottac- 
00 are always o n hand. 12-d 

Dental Work. 

Fob finest quality or wons, go to T. 0. Jes- 
■iup, dentist, cor. Sutter *ud Uoatgomery, over 
Tucker's. 5-o 

Max Bachcri, erne Artist 

(Lkte of Saronv's In New York, J now with 
Bradley fe Bnlofson, Is Issuing his Elite Por- 
traits, x. 



Special to Ladles, 

For dressmaking in all its branches and the 
latest styles, call on Mrs. J. 3. Walker, at 816 
Post street. Terras reasonable. 3 Oj 



Ourbultarand cheese we bought at Chap- 
man's, 72 and 73 California Market, and pro- 
nounce it superio r to any In th e m r'.c-t. 12v 

Bemember the place to buy flrst-olass butter, 
eggs afid cheese, is So. 72 and 73 California 
Market. ' t 12v 

F.eih*nd Sweet. 

Per tr»Tett oonfeotionstr. rt to Oant» and 



Lovers of Eamb Animals. 

We know a sympathetic man. He sym- 
pitbizes principally with animals. If be 
encounters a dilapidated dog ha makes 
much of him, and goes eff to the butcher's 
'and buys bioi tenderloin steaks and lamb 
chops, and feeds b im back to health and ex- 
uberant barkiog. A cat that's been thrown 
from a sixth Bt ry window finds in btm a 
tender nurse. And even a rat that's been 
worried by a terrier arcntres tbe suscepti- 
bilities of bis nature. A abort time ago he 
discovered a severely need-up rat. He took 
it home to his room, bought it creim and 
fish, washed its wounds daily, tended it as 
carefully as a mother would ber most 
loved child, and petted and caressed it. 
When it was entirely well, it continued to 
live with him. Last week he went out, 
having a bureau drawer open. When be 
returned iu the evening he found the rat at 
work industriously. It had gnawed through 
the bosoms of all the shirt* be possessed. It 
had chewed np a box of kid gloves. It bad 
destroyed half a dozen fine pooket-band- 
kerchiefs. It bad left bis nuderclothing 
unfit for farther uee. And it had swallowed 
the picture of the adored one — the picture 
he had so often sat for hours gazing at, on 
which he bad imprinted kisses innumera- 
ble, was now being digested by a rat 1 Sud- 
denly he lost all interest in that rat. Then 
be secured a pair of tongs, took tbe rat to 
tbe window, and carefully dropped it out, 
It lit on the head of a boy and then dropped 
to the ground. The boy danced a jig on it, 
yelling all the time. "You wanted to eat 
me up, did you ? I'll show yon." Since 
tbe rat tts up that beloved portrait, our 
sympathetic friend baB, somehow, lost all 
interest in diseased animals. 



Jo oil Bill in g s. 

The Ban Jose Mercury siya : Josh Billings 
the famous humorist, is coming to Califor- 
nia. He has accepted an invitation from 
the Sacramento Library Ioetituts to open 
theBecond course of lectures in February 
Borne time eioee the Secretary of tbe San 
Jose Library Association received a httar 
from Billings' agent in regard to the early 
appearance of the great humorist in this 
city. We hope tbe arrangements will be 
made. We think Josh would draw. 



Fastidious Youngster. 

The Gold Hill News tells the following. 
Gold and silver pieces, coined at the Carson 
Mint, are frequently placed in circulation 
before they get fairly cold. The other day 
a two-year old youngster, tbe son of one of 
the attaches of thD Mint, on being presented 
with some dimes by his father, objected to 
receiving them because they were cold. The 
fastidious youth demanded freshly roasted 
coin, hot as blazes. 



Another Pchon. 

The Scientific American says that a new 
poison has been discovered. It is used for 
coloring candy, and its efftob is fcj keep 
down the population. So Science marches 
on. 

War Declared. 

S J mo people talk of Cuba, 
And Bpeak of war with Spain, 

Hoping our soldiero will go forth 
And take tbe Spanish main, 

Bat wiser men psrfer to go 
And get an oyster stt w 

At tbe Rocknway House on Market street , 
So elfgant and new. 

Here m?n oao talk their business 
TVbile beaoed in * pile 

Ofttereand different kind of fish 
Are cooked in every Etyle, 
A private door on I'diy street. 

Admits tbe ladies f v-r 
Wuile tbe saloon (or elegaaoe 

Makes everybody stare. 
For business men, and other folks 

It never oa^ ba beat. 
Tbe food is Kood, tbe prices low 

At 1004 Market street. Vl-i 

En. Keehmeb. Proprietor. 



H. Peyier, 719 M ontfiomtrr Street, 

Wishes 1 3 inform his friends and customers 
that he has removed back again o his old 
stand, haB enlarged his ttore, and has on hand 
the cheapest and finest stock of Men's, Tooth's 
and Boy's Clothing everopenecin this city; and 
also,.* fine stick of Men's and Boy's Furnishing 
Gooda. Don't forget the number. Call before 
examining elsewhere, iix 



For Photo-crayons. 

And reproduction in a superior style, go to 
Edonard & Cobb. 696 Kearny et. near Call. 
fori' la, Ttose desiring &Dy of the above for 
Christmas presents, should make application 
before the rain sets In, and so avoid disap* 
point ment, satisfaction guaranteed In all 
cases 6l 



The Old Stand-S^i Sumome Street, 

Opposite the American Exchange, where the 
pablis will find the finest brands of Wines end 
Olgara the market nff.rd?, also a first-class 
lunch served from 11 to 2. Million & Daly 
proprietors. 11m, 

Watches, Jewelry JEtc. 

Of evfy description, at tbe very Iciest prices 

H, A, CallenderVN. W. corner of Secondand 

Mission streets. Watches carefully repaired. 8s 



FEATHERS Cleaned, Oarled and Dyed, at 
SNOWS. No. 25 Post etrnAt Sz 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ALHAMBRA_ THEATRE. 

Greatest Bill of the Season 



....FOB TEE..,. 



COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT 

....TO.... 

Master THOS. MACUIRE, 

(TREASURER). 

Friday Evening, January 23d. 

A Host of Volunteers 

WILL APPEAR for the OCCASION 



ART ASSOCIATION. 

OPENING OP 

WINTER EXHIBITION. 

THE GALLERY OF THE SAW FRANCISCO 
Art Aeaoclatlon.aia PINE STREET, (e now 
open to the publiu daily, from 10 A M. to 6 P. M„ 
acd from 7 io 10 p. u. 

A splendid coleclien of 

CASTS FROM THE ANTIQUE 

la on exhibition for tbe fjr»t time, embraoiagaiaoy 
of tbe mom f imone G.-c t k Sti'nes and Parthenon 
FiUze JUlievoB. Aiko mora than 

On* Hundred Original Oil Pal^tlnge. 

Inoladlnx tbe celebrated picture bj Jacobs, of 

"HAJISOM AND BELILAU," 

Season tiokets, ad mi (tins gentleman and lady. $3. 
Slnsle admiabion. 90 cents. dlS-tf 



AT iX-. I3V. 
That Gorgeous Furniture 



....FOE TETE.... 



HOLIDAYS 

HAS ARRIVED. 

OOIVC33 and SXiZ! IT. 
CALIFOBNId. 

Furniture Manf ' g Co. 

220 to 226 BUSH ST. 

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weass&4 

fRSTPREMIUMAWARDrl 

Dr. HENLEY'S 




At the State Fair, Sept. 1873 

TBE OSL1 KELIAKLE TONIC 

AND RECUPtRATQR. DON'T BE MISLEAD BY 

LONG AN0 POMPOUS ADVERTISEMENTS, 

BU T USE THE LONG-TRIED AND ONLY 

Sore Invigorator 

KNOWN, THE UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS 

AN a IMMENSE SALE OF WHICH, FOR 

THE LAST FIVE YEARS. PROVES 

IT TO BE THE 

KING OF ALL TONICS. 

Read Phisiolana* certificate attached to each 
bottle. Ex mine a worn statement! of cores effect- 
ed, on tilt at the office. 

For talt by all Druggists and Liquor Dealers. , 

H. EPSTEIN A CO., Sole ^Proprietors, 

6 I 8 Front Street. cclT 



S. F. and -M. P. R. R. Co. 



CHANCE JDF TmAE 

ON AJTO AFTER DEO. 1, 1S73, THE STEAM 
er AftTKLOPK. connective at Donanna .Land 
ing with the San Francisco i North P^ciflo Rail- 
road Company for Oloverdale and all intermedial 
etations. will leave San Francisco daily (Snndajt 
eicpted); from Front street Wharf, at » p. at. Re- 
turning, the train will leave Oloverdale daily at 
6:00 o'etook am . connecting nt Donanne with tbe 
eteimer and arriving io San Fianoiecb atll:U0 A.V. 
The b reamers and cars make close connection* 
with stagea to anrl from all pointe. 

No more tMKV&Y EXODRSIONS until far- 
ther notice. 

tS~ 1'or ell information apply at tbe Company's 
office. 41>e MontEoraery street. 

aplS PETKR DONAHUE. President. 




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AMERICA 

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618 KEARNY ST 

COR.COMMERCIU 



Business Conducted on Fair 
and Honest Principles. 

ONE 3Er» Oct I O JE" . 




ALL GOODS WARRANTED AS 
REPRESENTED. 



New Goods. Arriving Daily. 



THE LARGEST STOCK AND LOWEST PRICES 
OF AMY HOUSE IN THE CITY. 



CLOTHING, 
COARSE and FINE ! 



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Ill e Fortunate M aa Wnu Bays his Clothing; 
at the IXL AUCTION 8T0RE. 



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WOOLEfLGOODS. 

TBE UNDERSIGNED 18 IN RECEIPT OF 
Blankets, Flannels. Hor ae-BlankeUng, eto. 
direct from the Mills, and will sell in lota to enit 
Depot, A3 New Montgomery street: 
no28-8on GEO. M. AKAIA'. Agent. 



THE OLD 

Hot sooton, 

15 Marion Street, near Kearns. 

Ail 1 X>k-1ia1£s Ten Cents 

Hot Prinks a specialty. 

de W. 8. WALDRON. Proprietor. 



TUMBLERONICON ! ! 

PROF. M. O* BEARD ON. NOWPBB- 

formlng at the California Theatre on hie 
beautiful instrument, the TUMBLERONICON, is 
prepared to famish pirties with a complete set of 
sliaies and give ioetraotionv therooo. Address 
or c*U A t California Theatre or Cosmopolitan 

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UNDERCLOTHING, ALL GRADES. 



White Shirts for the Million. '?• 



.'iXCT GOODS, W1TOOE8, 

JEWIilBY, NOTIONS, PIPES, 

PEKFCJHKS, BIATIOXKBT, 

ENGLISH OITLEBT, TJBVKK8, 

M 
11ASS. VAJLISES, TOBACCO, elc . 

A FULL LINE OF 

Rubber Clothing- 

CAI.JL AND SEE FOR TODBSIIP 
1BAT 



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ATTS NEW MUSIC HALL. 

ami C'oinpliiiiciiinry Benefit 

ADAMS ANNA BISHOP 




umday Evening. January 22d. 

OB tilt oeaaaloa ta« Optra of 

Will b» pt*dae»« *lth lb* following out: 

MA UU1I ANSA lllior 

LOIJA .'LLC ADVA KLZIR 

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OVD.Y. J.o.arr 19 o. frealO A. M u 4 1'. M. 

rt iid<r in -ntnl tl CH9 XMHULTZ 

UEJIttY BUI ILK, Ac.nl for Madim. Ados Blihbp. 



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..SIM.T ■»»JI«,) 

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HILLY »WK1I»«« 

W. r BABIK 

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Kwfwlnam, lanolin; and ■arpkj 



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jF»H=»Y IRISH COTJPLli;, 
Croat Sensntloti. by Messrs. WELCH and RICE. 



In Hor Budfot of Boue* And ChAucoa. 

Msaarr. 8WIAT 1AM at MAHMKO will intTOdac* for lb« flr-t I m. Id .Ma r|tr tfa* t nifl- I Tap rot LIFI*. 



Id hit Great Bp*cUlllei, iLtrodae bg Ml critfii *i lanp, ' I AT Hi l\«E OK DE OLl r' 

Siegrist Troupe and Their Wonderful Dogs. 



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The Performance will conclude wilb, Ibe L-uxtiablo Sietxb of TUB 



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MM. MAHLY... 

JIH HAND 

PAKMtft 



...-0ON. T. MURPHY! OIIRIS ills man 

U. RKhDl IOK KKKI) 

.. .. ,1. Mliiftl B'tATMAN . 

..GP.OHUR RIOU.ABDSl.UKS MANLY.. 



GtOR(H s KNOUT 

W. WKLOH 

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,.. .... JKNMK SHERMAN 



FRIDAY tVKHIHO, J-naary Xi, Oompiimsotsry Ben. Lit tendered »o 

Master^TKOMi^ 

HOBDAY EVENING, January 26, Flr-t Appearance at this Theatre of l be 

■WOIVDERFTJIL. OIRARDS 

BUgSELL, JTTLIAW, EUILF. In thilr S.Ua'.oriil OjmnMtlo Folly, colled LEC1.MANI • , tea 



WONDERFUL TUUBLEBONIOOH PEBF0RJ1ER. 



BUCKLEY'S m VARIETIES 
MAMMOTH PROGRAMME. 

DODBLK VARIETY COMBIKATIOH. 
nflocu Bomilirul LacIIo* 

■ • A.1A, •w4M<)«>^ Tilli M TlnMA.Xr 

■>ll-«« NETTIB W A Y N 

TltK CKAKMIKU TWALItT. 

THC4 IVIX1NU TANtTART 10 

The Tro«M> wilt 0— ■•-!» aNI t 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG UNO FM 

riftUhiar wil* UsYAfcllTY WALK ABOON*. 

OLIO. 

■*»*^ Rail. St* 

ll#.l r rt p P T-a; t T.»i)l» M«« 

■•■"••i Bf-ni» tjmtm* mi 

■*»« U-^rm^ 1'ajita.r 

"->»»< M'Hf .•!•••■• 

«i-« Bm» .... Waller rarhi 

CVnt* •• . . M-«iir *i. ruir 

■CSITSS IN THE SOUTH. 

Paala .I.ff .. .witb tori ml da era (U-f Pn«i*r 

Aa.i Aq.A ||.. rr |>., 8r 

0*«f»tr H ;*[»■» MoiKD 

Miaa MRTTIK WlTftE IJK B R at pTprTTiTa tTk» 

Trrptalrbarcaia M fl(B lr Hrrwar 

n»lla><1 I.IA/.II II A K MOM 

•••■ M4 Dmc« I, .u nixoal 

('•■Ir Anni Tmnny \Y-bai«r 

atalfh Mprriaiin,. Uaarry llrvof 

!»•»•"••■ Zaadle '/.rim. 

airohatk rr.n* lkok munuLR 

*•»■ ...Motlla. Ltrorril 

THE^DSfTT^T^S^iJp. 

P*'k» And Ditoa 

l..ai.l llli. UiiAthci- Mnrlsn 

VOlALUUfl HIS« NF.I III UATKB 

Hon* atola> l.on DtiM 

■o"l... K.«»l© Z»o 

*««■• Blasnji* Ml. Ilslr 

Iloaiblr P.dku Webster ant I M'lle Hlnncha 

COMIC SONG* L1/./IK 1IAIIMON 

t'mirj Ilnncr Mvnl' 1 Brew»r 

13a«C>ri.TinaX<0S^ 

Orcrtara- Orabattri 

To conclude with tbe Farco of 

Here She Goes and There She Goes. 

Old Dobson Vr-ck Mortlmnra 

Lacy,., bis 'Ward K>ti« /,x 

Jim 8«r*knt .l.on Dixoo 

MaiLor b»tr> an AilT ( <niurnr . lluRhoj Alorton 



JfllDKL LUDOIIIO BOl'IKI. 



Cor. orOow*m«rel*l 
AJciUadorsr sts. 



JIFIC HOUSED 

MDiP UnilCC K<«rn,nr«l,o,. 

mrlu nUuot, r.«uu«piu. 

1* R ALSTON A COTRZI.I. 



A 
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At Che I X L AUCTION STORE. No. C18 and 690 KKARNY <TRKBT, cor. Commercial 



COME ONE! COME ALL! 

TO THE OPPOSITION PHOTOGRAPH OAL- 
i.i-'ilv, flim Msrkstatr«nt. The Hn«mt lloUbad 
Rembrandt- cards, $2 our tiozvo : Oabloet, 94 per 
dozen. Give n* a o*ll snd wo are sore (op leans 
joq. W. l>. L) VKR arid O ajKCB R. WHI I K U< 
the well-knoKO and popular o^arAtors, "od J. R. 
WlLLtiUGrlBV. Proprlawr. nolSlmSp 



OES NOT, 

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lOTlOM.'" 

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.Clothing 

retort"" 



XFALFA! 

NEW CROP. 

; SALE, OHOIOP. LOT OF FINKOALT- 
rnis-irowo A If ills, to lota to suit, far cess, 
rfcet rates. Our a#»d. nnhk- I hat imported 
Uhila, it b>a sod fra* from alasUrd or otbar 
a M*d. V*g»Ubla, Plover axd Grata Baad 

m. 

SO.OOO K»mlf PlODU. 

O.OOO GumTreos 

i PlAoia.TrtM, Bolbs, aod all rtlclot id tba 
raab aod Jtocd. bu Undid n<>ck. 

V. E. MOOKK 
Iratn ted Florist, ASS WaahloRtOO street, 
rufltseo, Oa'if rnia. nS-lm 

Head fsr new 4JaUa|oarpe. 




ADELPHIA RESTAURANT 

AND OYSTER BALOON. 
Ulll.IKtHI'mM.KU, Prop. 'Cora* 

AOS Pits Street, 
■ttn Moa'vomtrr and E«aray Slrtote. 




ern or California Oysters 

1 to ararj ttjle; alto *ll kinds of Metts 
to order, tflr Priftto Silooo tor Lviivs. 
-pea till 1 A. M Families and Rattaaranrs 
4 at abort ootloa. jolJ 



A Geary Street, near Kearny. 




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SPOT OP WAY AND A KaJJUHK'S 



BREWERY BEER. 

• Ceata a Olaaa, 

CHRIS FELDMAHR.. 



R. AND DEALER IN 
atebst, Oiocks, Jewalry, SMrti 



a-ad aarkcl Nta., Bfo* 5, Hncl«:ai> 
llritel. Sam Francisco. 

ttobaa fiapairtd at the lowatt ratal, aod 
td torooa year. i«T 2s> 



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Single Outside Rooms, 

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No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Mattrasses, 

AT TBA—— 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

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DPlfty Cents per JKriRlit 
And Loss toy the Week. 



OPI3U AtiU NIGHT 
Apr-28 L. J. EWEXL, Proprietor. 




A NEW HAT STORE 

On Montgomery St. 

NORIEGA - BR9S., 
PRACTICAL 

HATTERS 

628 Montgomery St.. Near Clay, 

SAN FBaAJNCIACO. 

WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE PDBLIO 
And our mi too ron i patroriB that vie bava opened oar new 
HDd nl -Kint store od Montqomeby KTHEur. near 01 ay, wbsro 
we will oohetantly ket>p ou b»Ld tDa FIN MSP ASBORlMKNT 
of 11 ATs end OAPSerorofle«d to tbe oiuz^c.e of tha PaolBo 
Ooart, nod it prior* whiofo will defy oomp«>itioa. 

We are «1 o prepared to matte to order til tbe Latest Stitleb 
of Hals nod < '., : . P Q n xMort, t otinn. 

CLEANING -nd KKPAIRING noatlr-atid promptly exeonled. 

N. B. We nill at ill oontlooo orjr etore at tbe old etand. No. 
920 Dopoot street, wbare oan be found our mn&l Rood assort- 
ment of goods, arid com pi tent bait' rr> to attend to tbe want* 
ol onatomeradealiDR tbero. NOK1EOA IHCON. 



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THE ONLY HOUSE IN THE CITY WHERE THE ORIGINAL 
"GRAND DUKE ALEXIS TIES" CAN BE FOUND! 
Also the Largest., 

CHEAPEST AND BEST 

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Below Moute*omery. Bu 7nooUoo. 



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- \y JAJiCABT 20, 1874 



Madame Anna Bishop's Beo fi - 

Tb«b)X ibeet for (bis entertainment wjb opened 
stPlst-'a Hall yesterday, and io the coarse oltr^ 
day fife hundred teats were t ken, Tbe b?ufrfi, 
ooid-b eff od ! tnr.day. wbea tL* optra o( "Nouns 
will be p*r(;rmed. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

Skating >o tb» pavilion, < be ma-eaai. t bo picture 
gillar; , tbeconjsrritirist, and other ettfM ion. 
at ibesssardeni can bs trjijei every dv. Two 
balloons will unn by tbe Panama steamer. Theie 
will be aaceored, and bourlr ascensions will be 
mdo. 



California Tbemire. 

Tbe popularity whirl tag dramatist of tbe aiot- 
tetolb ceat-n at j us Iq San Fr&ocisoo, waa aaf- 
flciettly proved last oigbt by l-eianDecaasadieDos 
wkcb ss-embl d. on ooe of tbe m);t blustering. 
n r-ar nig .Is kot»WD btrc for nin. Every M«t 
waa occupied, aadtse atl-t were filled witb 
cbairr. Toe performance co mm' need wjtb tb» 
farce of "JoteV Baby." io which J. O. William- 
son was exc-tt'vt ly an ualcg as tbe '•pirleoi" id 
eearcb uf bis foil &jT-pr,r g. and Mra. U. It. Si na- 
dirs, W. A Me* layer. If iaa Nellie Comma;. K. J 
Bacftl>r and other* to tbe cast, played with muoli 
■pint. Tceappiauia »Bd iaaght*r proved Ibat a 
Oal.foraia aodisooe thoroughly eojojs ft good 
f,rce wtll performed. After tbie, cam* "Bocct- 
eaal'io Calif inia," a sstth written by ttaadrama- 
till to take tbe place of an introductory tosser,. 
B'^Qcies'l'. reqairee no ictrodiction b*re, as b „ j, 
wtll aware. In tbie sketeb.be Is at borne 4l lae 
Occidental Hots', attended by bi» serv» - jtt u or . 
ph> (J C. Williamson), Barton H.llet'^,, toulk 
tobim about tbe pteoea in wbiob be , a to appear, 
anddarlog the r co&versition Mn- pnj . "chips In" 
witb telling remarks. Miss V-*-- yie Moora appears 
at Mies Aarelia MiGaib. a *>ould-be debutante 
srito "ft scletdtd ■■idiwX*/' "ft Lar*e or le of 
friends," a^d ft "Sao J Jla reputation." W, A. 
^Meetsyer makes hi* •r'^taraace as Bogus Post, of 
tbe Weekly PilL Mr. Boucicault aaid many g;od 
thinge, Williamson mad* tbe bonee roar at bia in- 
terruptions. Barton Hill was himself to perfec- 
tion, Mlea Maggie Moore played ber part with 
maoh spirit, ftad W. A. MeBtayer. woaierf H» 
m. de-op (or Ona 1« G\y er (tbe antithesis of 
Boucicault, bs being the wore*, as Bjocioault si 
tbe beat, dramatist of tbe age) was extremtly 
fanny. At the O9nola*ioo of the trifle tbe author 
waa calltd eat sod added a few words wh<cb 
were ma oh applsoded. After this, one oi 
Mr: Boncicaoll'e latest productions— "Eerry"— 
was presented witb th- aatbor la tbe tittle role. 
This Is one of tbe moat obarm ng pity a ever writ- 
tea. Tbe plot ia very simple, bat It ta worked oat 
■o elaborately «r to have all tbe Interest of a fi v . 
sot drama. Kerry (Dion Boucicault )Vs the devot'd 
servant, of Gerald Desmond, (Lewis M>rriaon)a 
Lienteasatin tbe Eoxllsh navy, who Is eappo-ed 
to bs lest in tbe trenpe snip Lirerpocl. Bltnobe 
Dasmond I Mt.s Aanie Graasm .<, bis wife is nearly 
dtad w tb grief at bis ^apposed death. She is 
sostaincd in her affliction by tbe devotion of Ker- 
ry, tbs affection of her Bister Kate De mood, 
<aiiss Haggle Moore) and the atroag friendship Of 
"Ooldham" (E. J. Baokley) a brotbtr efficer of 
herbnaband. Dr. Mell ab (Walter Lsaman,) the) 
fasBily phyaioiaa witobesoTer ter tenderly, and in- 
sists that she be guarded fr-m any sadden emotl a 
oT either joy or sorrow, as sach might pro*e fatal- 
Colohsm is in Iots with Kate Desmond, and pro- 
poses to her through, ber sister who believing the 
offer made to herself is macb bait and retires 
from the room. Tbs lost basbaad wbe bss been 
rrscoed, end brought home, makes his appearance 
■ad tecde poor eld Kerry into a delirium of joy 
wbieblsB'Dgted with ftax at theeffoet tbis suddes 
hspp;aess may hare on his mistress. He sees ber sad 
wlth-Ka'e telle beraetory of bow the 'washer 
woman's son," who wte sappoied to hsv« been 
loitfttse* hfts returned, but alail the washwoman 
ia disoorered to be a single woman wboosTsrhad 
■ ssn Kerry is at his wit's end. Tbs doetor 
arriTes sad at length the truth is allow- 
ed to break apon Blanche Desmond, and 
Desmond sstao is looked np in a room 
breaks out. Bouolosvlt's impersonation of Kerry 
js ooe of the most eiquislie bits of acting tver 
■sen on say stage, and established him at onoe io 
tbe good grsoesof one of the most critical audi- 
ences before wbiob it has ever been his fortace to 
appear. Play and actor art perfect, and tbe euo- 

£ort afforded by Hies Arnle Grabun, Mi=a Maeeie 
lonre, Lewis Morrison. E.J- Buckley, and Wal- 
ter M. Lnman. ta all that oenld be desired. The 
same bill wtll b- piiyed to-nigbt, wben another 
* oTsrflowiag aadi*o.e will of course be present, 
seat' bs ngeeenred mmy days io adraace for the 
fete Qiao ta oa woich Mr. B juoioaall can appear ia 
this oity. 

Opera House. 

Tbe performance at this bonce lsit night, oem 
menoed with ths Tery amusing farce of "Lcdg^r e 
and Vodga»"ia which J. P. Burnett did eome 
•leTeraoting as Mr. Singleton Sudbury an imps) - 
unions, good-hearted gentleman, and Miss Jen- 
ale Lee as Julia Jaoiper, was extremely lively and 
fascinating. After this came tbe capital buries. 
Qae of "Kenilwortu" in wbiob Mibs Jen&ie i.es 
looks taecinatiag, sad sings charmingly as lb e 
larl of Leicest-r, and Jobn Howson rouses a per- 
fect hurricsna of applause and laughter by his 
acting as Varaey. Tbe earns bill will be played 
tbis evenug. and ehould draw ft crowded house, 
ilharabra Theatre. , 

'The new b,n presented at this honse tar nigb t 
WftS ft great success. It comprised Welch and 
Blcoia 'The B-appylrlab Couple." Ella Werner 
la a most attractive budget of character songs, 
the Gir.ffe B others— Meesrs. Swestnam and 
Manning— in taeir ternfi j lap for life, and anoth- 
er blood curdling performance, George Knigbt in 
now epeoftl.ics, iotrodnclog his original song 
"Dot House on deUllff," the Siegrnt Troupe and 
tbe ir accomplished dogt.and tbe laughable sketch 
of "The Sqaire'a Man," \a whioh Oon. T. Mnrpby, 
Geo. 8. Kaigbt.0. Reed, Miss Jeanie Sherman 
and ethers played. Tbe tame bill will be presented 
so-aigbt. 
Plait's Ball. 

This haU was crowded Iftstjiight when Miss An 
nle Higgs was the recipient of a complimentary 
benefit. The various temperance sooietles fo r 
whom tbe little tidy has so often Talanteered her 
■srviees turaed oat well, at d paid a well deserved 
oompiimeat to the yonrg California artiete. Tb f 
performanoe w i- qnite a sacoess la every way. The 
bsaaflclar* gainrd great applause for her cltTs r 
and varied performaaoei, and all the volunteers 
acquitted themselves well. 
Bella Inloo. 

"Looking for Work," "Bed Hot," "On Gnard"* 
gad "Tbs Four Old Maida" are only a few of the 
acts io which Johnny Tner*, Tommy Barton, Matt 
Kelly, Tommy Bree sad other Ethiopian comedi- 
ans at ibis honse will appear to-oigbt. Tbe falj 
prt<rramme ia published on our first page. 

■acliiey'e Varieties. 

Mits Nettie Wayne the charming vocalist. Leon 
Barnwell? . - famous acrobat, Mortimore tbe 
change ait ate, scd msny others will appear to 
night in a great bill, terminating with the scream - 
lag /arcs of "Here She Goes, aad There 6fc t 
Goes." 

A5ATOM1C.LL Ktcxtjm, — One of the most 

complete eol. -uons of the and is the Uaitad 
Eli tea. comprising hundreds of costly and bean- 
•itnl wax models, is daily on view (to gentlemsa 
■oly) at lb* Museum oa Montgomery straet. Aj» 
bear may be vrofltablv sneat nen> 



IKRGPARIBLQ. 

BT aiCHABD HEWBT SIO£>D\BD. 

Tub mniT ^' w of u * WB Q*5 • 

Wss never sucg or said, 
Though many a poet borrows 

The monxDlng cf the dead, 
And darkly buries pleasure 
In come melodious measure. 

The loss of vonth Is aadoess 

To all who tbini, ot feel— 
A wound ^ after gUdne a 

CsneTer wtolly beftl ; 
Attd ytt, bo many share it 
We leaxn at last to bear it. 

Tbe faltering and tbe failing 

Of friends is sadder s'ill ; 
For friends grown foes assailing 

Know when aad where to kill ; 
g&t souls themselves suit fining, 
Have still a friend remaining. 

The destn of those who love as; 

And these we love, is sore ; 
Bat think tt y are above ns. 

Or think they are ne more : 
We bear tbe blows that sever 
We cannot weep forever 1 

The Borrow of all sorrows 

Is deeper than all thesr, 
And all that angnlsh borrows 

Upon its bended knees -, 
No teare nor prayers relieve it, 
Nj lovlog tows deo-lve It 

It Is one day to wakeo 

And Sr.d that lovelsflowB, 
And cannot be o'erlaken, 

And we are left alone ; 
Ho word that can be epoken, 
No heart that can be broken I 

No wish for love'* reiurrins. 

Or eom toicg In its sfead : 
No ml Bain g t and y-aralng 

As for ths> dearer dead ; 
No yesterday, no morrow, 
Bat everlst ting sorrow I 

— ScTLbntr* i for January 

A Lawyer's Power. 

Daring ttn TichberDe trial, Dr. Kenca- 
ly told the following story to illustrate the 
dangerous ingenuity of ilr. Hawkins, the 
leading conuael for tbe Crown, in the art of 
cross-examination. He said: "Indeed, my 
learned friend can sometimes say what he 
pleases. Ton perhaps may remember tbe 
great bug oase, in which my learned friend 
shone with such laBtie. It was au action 
brought by a London householder to re- 
cover rent, which the defendant refused to 
pay because tbe bouse was so overrun with 
bugs that he could not live in it, Hy learned 
friend examined and cross-examined, and 
reexamined the witness till the whole court 
seemed filled witb an atmosphere of bage. 
My learned friend at last asked a witness 
'Were not the bugs in such strong nnmbers 
and so well organized that when you went 
to eatch them they turned round in the 
bed and barked at you?" This poor witness 
was so overcome by my learned friend 's 
skill and audaoity that he answered: "I be- 
lieve tbey did.'" 

Oysters. 
In strolling round the other night, 
To look at ■'Frisco by gas light, 
unr careless feet, by chance did stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of sparkling waters, made a screen 
Through which a sweet bonqmet was seen ; 
While mossy stone and pearly shell. 
O'er which the waters softly fell. 
Made that window seem to be 
Some fairy grotto of the' sea. 

cttep," said my friend, "let's go In here 
It loots so nice— and try their cheer." 
"All right," I Bald, ' 'I most agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T."' 
No sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish-" 
Bald they bad almost any dish 
That we migbt name. We found It true, 
And coohtd magmjicailly, too; 
All kinds of oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Oooked every style; Just think of that, 
And If your month don't water, than 
Yob 're different from other men. 
They'd clam sand crabs and terrapins 1 ;] 
In fact, we found they bad within 
That cosy place all kinds of game, 
fish, flesh or fowl which we oould name, 
While every dish was, I ana sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
Tiie ladles, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they have here the best Ice cream; ' 
Bo here they flock, the tittle sinners. 
To get what tbey call "such nice dinners. " 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who «oee there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster House, S37 Bubo street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and NUM. 

0HABLE8 HAAKE, Proprietor. 

The Art ox" Dancing and De- 
portment. 
Those who appreciate culture will be glad to 
learn that Professor 0. H. Lester has opened 
an Academy for the purpose of t>achiog, not 
only dancing, but those graces of deportment 
without which no one can &hlne in society. Prof. 
Lester 1b a thorough msEter of his art, one of 
the best on this side of the Rocky Mountains. 
Classes are beld at Grand Central Hall en tbe 
comer of Sixth and Maaktt ttreets on Mondays 
and Thursdays, 

Go W u ere t lie *• Woodbine " 
Twlnetn 

And partake cf the luxuries to be found 
there. The bett of seasonable hot punches 
of all kinds, "wonderful" lunoles every day 
and night. Private parlors, gentlemany treat 
ment by the proprietor of the "Woodbine." 
Geo. Collin, No. 1 Morton street, one doer 
from the great thoroughfare— Kearny street. 
Call! 12bn 

GLOVES— Cleansed and dyad by a new process, 
at SNOWS, 25 Post street. 6a 



A Crnel Libel. 

A wjmao in Fort Laramie h»3 sued a pa- 
per for taring tLat stie has murdered three 
bjsi aud', w.en tbe fact issLe hasn't mur- 
dereJbutt=o, the t v jird one gttt'mg away 
wi'h a broken rib. There ia nothing like 
being accurate when dealing witb such 

grave matters. 

♦ ■ — ■■ 

Llpman's Great Discovery 

Propibly to objeet has called forth more 
preparations than that of restoriog and bean- 
tyfylng human hair, aoa among all, J.Lp- 
man's wonder'ul restorer stands beyond 
question at the bead for efficiency and perfect 
safety. This is absolutely free from Sugar of 
Lead or Lac Sulphur, and never fills to p o- 
duce the effect d aired; reqnlre3 no other pre- 
paration; Is easily applied, and is, without 
donbt, the simplest, best and oheapest hair re- 
storative In use. Sold by all druggists. Gene- 
ral Agents, Ohas, L»nsley hi Co,, WholeEale 
Druggi t3, San Francisco, It 

a. JpXesvsazit: L-ocatlon. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings in s 
Oentral loeation, shoula visit the Albambra, 
and inspect the fine fuitea of rooms to let there 
Toe bnUding le a very fine one and is well 
lighted and ventilated. » 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



FRENCH MUTUAL PROVIDENT 

SAYINGS AJ8D LOAN SOOIBTY. 

TrV.NT>EI3HTr1 SEMIANNUAL DtVJDHP. 

A DIVIDES© OF NINB PEat CENT. PFB 
BODtjm net Oner eeot.) noon the operations 
of the FreooQ Savings aod Laan Society tor the 
8 x moatbs end ice December 3', 1573, has, Io con- 
f . m tv with tbe Report of tbe Committee of 
Verification auoo'nted by tbe members of tbe S -<- 
ci ty. b»PTj declared br the Board <A Admirjis' ra- 
tion at the =t mi-am oil meetioe bell on tbe 16th 
"'tact. 'Ibm LUv d nd will be pavabie en nd 
after tbe 59th Instant, at tbe ofBca of tbeScoietr. 
411 nam a:6B>. OUSTA.VK MaHE, 

ja20-trn Proctor of Frerch Savage Bank. 



UNION rNSURANCE COMPANY. 

DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

AT A MEETLVG OP THE-B3ABD OF DI- 
rec o so' tbB Udk-q Insurance Company, beld 
Jancry 12, >~i a dividend (No. :'4) waa declared, 
pasnble at the office of the Oomparjy no and alter 
thelSih instant. CUa L.ES D. HAVEN, 

Seoretarv. 
Ban Francisco. Jaaaary 12, 1674 ial6-2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Odd Fellows' savings Bank. 

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE ODD 
Fellows' bavincs Back have tbis day declared 
a dividend at the rate of nioaaodooe tenth (9-10) 
percent per annnm on PERMANENT DEPOS- 
ITS, BDd at tbe rate ef severx and tbree-tentbe 
(7J-:0) percent. ia-annam on SHORT DEPOS- 
iT." f^r the ef>mi-inrjaal term ending December 
31, l&ii, painble oo and after the iota isstanr. 

JAMES rE>. SON, Secre-ar*. 
S»n Franolsco.Oaonary 9, '874 jtl?-2w 



DIVIDEND N OTICE. 

Savings and Loan Society. 

619 CL4T STBBBT, 

AT A MEENING OF THK BOARD OF Di- 
rectors held Januarv 6, 1874, a dividend was 
declared, free ot Federal tax, of nine (9) o-r ce.t. 
psrannam od all d- posit*, for the six month